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Graffiti daubed on Salvation Army Church wall in Coleraine saying “F*** ISIS”

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12899376_10153957284586145_1828031830_o (1)The graffiti was sprayed on a wall of the Salvation community church on the Ballycastle Road between Thursday evening and Sunday morning.  It is the second time in a 7th month period that the wall has been vandalised.

Councillor William McCandles commented “It is unfortunate that the Salvation Army Church in Coleraine has been targeted again with graffiti concerning Islamic terrorists. On Easter Sunday, the highlight of the Christian calendar when the theme is of sacrificial love, why write a message of hate. I would appeal for anyone who has knowledge of this attack on the Church to report it to the PSNI.”

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