For the past three months, Masjid Toronto has been dealing with a slew of attacks that have been deemed a "hate crime" by the Muslim Association of Canada (MAC). MAC said on Tuesday, August 17 announcing that a sixth attack on a Toronto mosque attack has been reported. Premier Doug Ford says he's "horrified" by the incidents, which have happened over the last three months.\nAccording to the MAC, there have been six attacks since June and they've included broken windows, racist graffiti on walls and windows, and a number of break-in attempts.\nEditor's Choice: Here's How Much You Need To Make To Afford A Basic Life In Ontario's Cities\nThe latest attack involved windows being broken yet again at the Adelaide Street location. CP24 reports some of the six incidents have also happened at Masjid's Dundas Street mosque.\n"These incidents are now occurring at a frightening rate and we cannot accept to wait any longer for police action. MAC condemns these acts of hate that threaten the safety of our community," says MAC.\nAlthough the perpetrator of the fifth incident has been caught and the Toronto Police have determined it as "mischief," the association is "concerned" that there's more to it, noting the first four attacks have not yet been resolved.\nPremier Doug Ford took to Twitter this morning to condemn the "disgusting" actions of the perpetrators and insisting they will find who is responsible.\nI was horrified to learn of another attack on Masjid Toronto. This is the 6th incident in 3 months - it must end. There’s no place for these disgusting actions and behaviour. We will find who’s responsible and get justice for all those affected.We stand with your community.— Doug Ford (@fordnation) August 18, 2020\nMAC released an urgent statement dated July 30 calling on Toronto Police Services to provide the organization with protection.\nMasjid Toronto is one of the most visited mosques in the GTA and MAC is concerned that such attacks are an attempt to intimidate the Muslim community.\nDespite MAC calling them hate crimes, Toronto Police told CP24 they have no reason to believe any of these incidents are hate-motivated.\nMasjid Toronto has been subject to a sixth attack in 3 months. We call on Interim @jamesramertps and @TPSOperations to address these attacks and further investigate these hate incidents and Islamophobic acts towards our community.https://t.co/fLV1Vr5Jsr pic.twitter.com/u453hcxQwB— Muslim Association of Canada (MAC) (@MACNational) August 17, 2020\nHowever, Toronto Councillor Kristyn Wong-Tam also released a statement saying she's "angered and saddened to hear that yesterday there was a reported sixth incident at Masjid Toronto."\nAnd Wong-Tam address the incidents as "hate crimes," despite Toronto Police stating differently.\n"I stand in solidarity with the Muslim community and condemn these Islamophobic acts against Masjid Toronto. We must stand together against all forms of racism and bigotry," she says.\nPlease see my statement on the ongoing hate crimes at Masjid Toronto pic.twitter.com/4wZj3UdPSE— Kristyn Wong-Tam (@kristynwongtam) August 17, 2020\nThe Muslim Association of Canada is asking anyone who may have information on the attacks to contact them at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (905) 822-2626 x 233.