Residents interfaith around Canberra Islamic Centre, worked together to clean the rest of the destruction that occurred last weekend. Islamic center is located in the southern part of Canberra was marred on Sunday (13/4) last week.
Vandalism is the destruction of the weekend second in the last two weeks. Police are investigating this incident and the suspect, two destruction that occurred connected to each other.
President of the Canberra Islamic Centre, Azra Khan, said many of those who joined mutual aid can not believe that the vandalism occurred in Canberra.
"When they see themselves for the first time, there is to cry," she said, not long ago.
Azra expressed, assault last week is a form of hatred.
"This is a job destroyer, but if we reflect, this incident is a form of terrorism and I think we deserve to think so," he explained.
Members of Parliament origin Canberra, Gai Brodtmann, said Canberra residents actually have no tolerance for such events.
"We can not accept it, there is no place for such acts in society, in our community, and the citizens of Canberra today has sent an important message for this incident," he said earnestly.
Azra Khan added, the attack failed because the Muslim community there is getting close and compact and has given generous support to understand other people outside of their community.
( Read: suara anis merah )
This activity center to accommodate Muslim activities in Canberra, ranging from holding religious prayers, Islamic education, cultural events and religious gatherings among local Muslims.