Warning: This article may be upsetting for some people.
A Brisbane mosque has been defaced with offensive graffiti explicitly referencing the Christchurch terror attack.
Aya Al-Umari, whose brother was killed in the March 15 shooting, posted a photo of the Holland Park Mosque to Twitter. It shows the front wall of the mosque covered in what seems to be white spray paint.
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Alleged shooter Brenton Tarrant is referenced in the graffiti, as well as a highly offensive phrase used online as a code for 'kill Muslims'.
Al-Umari told Newshub she was sent the picture by a relative who lives in Brisbane. She says the graffiti was spotted this morning.
Her brother, Hussein Al-Umari, was killed in Christchurch's Al Noor Mosque. Police say he tried to confront the gunman and was shot while protecting others.