The head of the Quebec City mosque where six men were killed in January supports the suggestion to establish an office of the province's deradicalization centre in the Quebec capital — a proposal the city's mayor has flatly rejected.

Mohamed Labidi says there has been a constant stream of hateful notes and packages sent to the mosque since the shooting that killed six men and injured 19 others on Jan. 29.

Most recently, a defaced Qur'an and a note suggesting the Muslim community use a hog farm as a cemetery were sent to the Islamic Cultural Centre of Quebec City.

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