MADRID (Sputnik) — Members of the far-right group used smoke grenades and shouted xenophobic slogans, accusing Muslims of terrorism and ties with the Islamic State terrorist group (IS, banned in Russia), the Europa Press news agency reported on Saturday. The group was eventually dispersed by police forces.
Similarly, Seville Mosque Foundation’s center was attacked with anti-muslim graffiti.
On Thursday, a van hit pedestrians in the center of Barcelona, killing over a dozen and injuring over 130 others. Hours after the incident, another vehicle attack took place in Catalonia's southern town of Cambrils. In the attack, a police officer and six civilians were injured and at least one of them died later. The responsibility for the van attack in Barcelona was reportedly claimed by the Daesh.