Police are investigating dozens of pro-jihadist stickers that were found on parked cars in Repentigny on Sunday.
Dozens of cars in Repentigny were vandalized with stickers threatening Quebecers with consequences if they don't convert to Islam.
The stickers feature a picture of a man in a turban with a gun, an ISIS flag and the phrases "Quebec is Allah's land" and "Convert, or else…"
The cars were in parking lots on Brien Blvd. and Valmont St.
Repentigny police said they are investigating with Surete du Quebec and are taking this incident very seriously. Witnesses told police they saw four people leaving one of the parking lots wearing burqas.
Haroun Bouazzi, spokesperson for the Association of Muslims and Arabs for Laicite said he believes this can be the work of someone who is trying to embarrass the Muslim community. He said he sees posts on Facebook where people pretend to be conservative Muslims and say that women shouldn't have the right to work or that they are going to marry nine-year-olds and that stories like this make life hard for Muslims.