A mosque in Germany's western city of Aachen was vandalized on Wednesday morning by sympathizers of the PYD/PKK terrorist organization in the latest instance of violence targeting the Muslim-Turkish community.

The assailants tried to remove the nameplate of the Aachen Mosque, smashed several windows of the building and placed stickers that included anti-Turkey slogans of the PYD/PKK.

At least seven mosques were attacked by the PYD/PKK supporters in several German cities since Jan. 20, when Turkey began a military operation against terrorist targets in northwestern Syria.

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