Vandals have defaced a Spanish mosque with racist graffiti amid a spate of anti-Islamic assaults following the Barcelona terror attack.
The Seville Mosque Foundation's centre was targeted with anti-Muslim slogans including one which read: 'Killers, you're going to pay' and another that used a derogatory term for North Africans.
The graffiti, which also included threats to behead Muslims with a machete, was discovered on Saturday morning.
The targeting of the Seville mosque happened just hours before right-wing radicals attacked a mosque in the Andalucian city of Granada two hours drive east. Around 12 people let off flares after appearing at the door to the mosque
Spokesman Jalid Nieto, who has reported it to police, accused the unidentified vandals of a 'hate crime.'
He added: 'They are taking advantage of Thursday's terror attack, which pains us and has left us devastated, to try to make ideological capital.
The incident in Granada was blamed on a right-wing organisation called Hogar Social Granada
'People should understand that Muslims, just like any other person, can be victims of the injustice of the individuals behind Thursday's attacks.
'No-one should take advantage of the