Ajaccio (AFP) - Muslim prayer room ransacked, burned Korans in part, xenophobic slogans: several hundred people took to Friday in the evening a popular city of Ajaccio where two firefighters and one police officer were injured last night in clashes.
Outside a kebab restaurant located near the city was also damaged in these incidents ended around 9:00 p.m., in the evening of a Christmas under very close surveillance throughout France after the bloody attacks of November 13 to Paris.
Among them, some have decided to go to the "gardens of the Emperor", the city located on the heights of the city where the clashes took place. In total about 600 people, said Mr. Lalanne AFP, gathered in this city, who knows, in the sub-prefect "for several years however, repeated incidents of modest size (stone throwing, departures voluntary fire mainly). "
Some chanting "Arabi Fora (the Arabs out)!" or "We're home!", according to an AFP correspondent, they have, in a tense atmosphere and framed by the police deployed to try to keep calm, trying to identify and find the perpetrators of the aggression the day before, in the city, where all the inhabitants remained cloistered at home, and where glass doors, mailboxes and car windows were damaged.
The journalist reported no arrests among the rioters, apparently the police were just there to observe the jerk of the mosque.