VIDEO - Paris mosque vandalised after the attacks

On November 13th a series of terrorist attacks blasted Paris. Gunmen shot dead 130 people between restaurants and cafés on the capital’s city centre.

Three suicide bombers detonated their explosive belts near the French national stadium, the Stade de France.

The Islamic State (ISIS) later claimed responsibility for the attacks.

The day after, November 14th, the Sahabaa mosque of Créteil, a southern Paris banlieue, has been vandalised with anti-Islamic graffiti.

Ten red crosses have been drawn all around the walls of the great mosque.

Raffaello Sillitti, a converted Muslim and son of an Italian immigrant, is the spokesperson of the mosque.

He commented the incident at the local Islamic bookshop.

The video has been shot on November 14th with an Iphone 5s and edited with Adobe Premiere.