Sympathizers of the PYD/PKK terror organization attacked two mosques in Germany on Sunday night, sparking outrage among the country's Turkish-Muslim community.

In the small northwestern town of Minden, the assailants hurled stones and bottles filled with paint at the Green Mosque, which is run by DITIB, a moderate Muslim organization founded by Turkish migrants.

Sabahattin Cigdem, the head of the mosque association, condemned the attack and said they suspected that PKK sympathizers were behind it.

The name of PKK's Syrian offshoot "PYD" and slogans such as "Afrin" and "Revenge" were written on the walls of the mosque.

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