Ottawa: Unknown persons opened fire on 2 Jewish schools in Canada late at night, but there were no casualties as no one was present in the school at that time.
According to the World News Agency, in two schools in the city of Montreal, Canada, when students and teachers arrived at the school in the early morning, the main entrance was riddled with bullets. There were also bullet marks on the walls.
Police say that the shooting happened between Thursday and Friday night. Evidence suggests that the same type of weapon and method were used in both school shootings.
Police told the media that no arrests have been made yet as the attackers have not been identified. The school was empty at the time of the shooting, so no casualties were reported.
It should be noted that since the Israeli attack in Gaza, there was a fight between Palestinian and Israeli students at a Canadian university, while a synagogue was also set on fire on Monday.