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Neo-Nazi graffiti 'inspired by Katie Hopkins' found at site of Islamophobic attack

The graffiti read: 'Pakis out. We need a final solution #Machester' [Huddersfield Examiner]

Date of publication: 26 June, 2017

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Attackers who left a man concussed after entering his home, defaced his property with a Katie Hopkins' 'Nazi inspired' tweet.

The home of a British Muslim man who was attacked and left unconscious was spray painted with racist tweets written by columnist Katie Hopkins.

The 42-year-old from the nothern British county of Yorkshire was struck on the head with an instrument after his attackers entered his home through a back door.

The man, who wishes to remain anonymous, suffered a mild concussion from the attack.

"My back was turned and I didn’t hear a single thing," the victim told the Huddersfield Examiner.

"A couple of minutes later I woke up with a sore head and I felt a bump on the back of it. Then the adrenaline kicked in".

"I knew someone must have hit me so I dialled 999. I wasn't sure if they were still here because I hadn’t even checked downstairs yet... The police and ambulance were on their way so I made my way outside – that's when I saw the graffiti on the walls above the staircase".

According to the man, the graffiti read: "Pakis out. We need a final solution #Machester (sic)."

The words chillingly echoed those tweeted by MailOnline columnist Katie Hopkins, who called for a "final solution" following a terror attack by a Muslim extremist in Manchester that killed 22 people.

Hopkins lost her job after using the phrase, which was also used by Nazis during the Second World War.

Local police say they are "taking the matter extremely seriously" and will be increasing patrols around the area while also carrying out investigations to identify the attackers.

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