Six people were killed and at least eight others wounded when gunmen opened fire on a mosque in Quebec City, Canada during evening prayers on Sunday.
This comes only days after Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau welcomed Syrian refugees with open arms following US President Donald Trump’s ban on Muslims.
Trudeau is calling the attack a “terrorist attack on Muslims.”
According to HuffPost, two suspects were under arrest after the shooting, police said on Monday, and a source said one was French-Canadian and the other was of Moroccan heritage.
One suspect was identified as Alexandre Bissonnette, a French-Canadian, the other as Mohamed Khadir, who is of Moroccan heritage although his nationality was not immediately known, according to the source.