Gouhora Khatun says she was shocked to find what she calls Islamophobic stickers earlier this week around her apartment building in Flemingdon Park — a neighbourhood with a large Muslim population.

"Honestly speaking, I felt extremely offended," Khatun told CBC Toronto Wednesday.

The stickers depicted the Prophet Muhammad. Beside the cartoon representation are the words: "Feminism is cancer" and "wage gap is a myth."

Depictions of the Prophet draw varied and complex reactions from many Muslims.

Toronto police are now investigating the incident.

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