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Mosque attackers videoed themselves in action

An attack on the Jamia Mosque in Totterdown in Bristol was videoed by the attackers themselves.

In the film you can see bacon sandwiches they threw at the building and a St George's Flag with the words "No Mosque" being tied to the railing.

You also hear them being challenged about why they were there. They reply "Because we don't want no mosques here".

Four people have admitted their part in the race attack and will be sentenced at a later date.

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More people charged after alleged Bristol mosque attack

Three more people have been charged in connection with an alleged attack at a mosque in Bristol Credit: ITV News

Three more people have been charged in connection with an alleged attack at a mosque in Bristol.

It happened at the Jamia Mosque in Totterdown on Sunday (Jan 17).

Alison Bennett, 46, and Mark Bennett, 48, both of Spruce Way, Patchway, Bristol, and Angelina Margaret Swales, 31, of West Town Avenue, Brislington, Bristol, have all been charged with a racially aggravated public order offence.

A total of four people have now been charged. They've been released on bail on condition they don't go within a hundred metres of any mosque.

Second arrest over mosque attack

Police have arrested a second man in connection with an alleged hate crime at a Bristol mosque.

A 48-year-old man, of Patchway, Bristol, has been arrested on suspicion of a racially aggravated public order offence and is currently in police custody.

The arrest relates to an incident at the Bristol Jamia Mosque in Green Street, Totterdown on Sunday.

Bristol Jamia Mosque Credit: ITV West Country

Man charged over mosque attack

Police have charged a 34-year-old man in connection with an alleged hate crime at a Bristol mosque.

Kevin Shaun Crehan, of Springleaze. Knowle, Bristol, has been charged with a racially aggravated public order offence following the incident outside the Jamia Mosque in Green Street, Totterdown on Sunday.

He was remanded in custody and is due to appear at Bristol Magistrates’ Court later today.

Bristol Jamia Mosque Credit: Bristol Jamia Mosque

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Bristol's Muslims meet for largest ever Eid celebration

Muslims from different communities in Bristol have come together to pray Credit: ITV News

Thousands of Muslims have come together to take part in Bristol's largest ever Eid celebration.

Worshippers from mosques across the city united in one venue for morning prayers on what is the most important festival in the Islamic calendar.

Eid-al-Adha is the Festival of Sacrifice. Where Muslims start the day with prayer before spending time with their family.

About 2,000 Muslims gathered together to pray in this warehouse in Bristol Credit: ITV News

The use of the warehouse was donated by a local Hindu man, Rajendra Rajani - in a display of how a community can work together.

Arif Khan, who is the chair of the Council of Bristol Mosques says he is overjoyed that this is a united Eid that has brought all the different communities in the city together.