A synagogue and Jewish community center in Montreal, Canada were firebombed early this morning (Tuesday). The attack occurred at Congregation Beth Tikvah in Dollard-Des Ormeaux.

Police spokesperson Sabrina Gauthier stated that "during the night, an incendiary object was thrown through the front door" of the synagogue. "There is minor damage. The investigation is ongoing."

No arrests have yet been made in the case.

B’nai Brith Canada announced that it was "outraged and concerned" at the incident.

“This morning, we were shocked to find the remnants of what appears to be a Molotov Cocktail thrown at the front door,” said Henry Topas, B’nai Brith Canada’s Quebec Regional Director, who also serves as Cantor at Congregation Beth Tikvah. "This is outrageous and appalling."

"We urge the authorities to investigate and arrest those responsible for this violent act targeting our community," he said.

The firebombing of the synagogue is part of a wave of antisemitic incidents around the world since the Hamas massacre of over 1,400 Israelis one month ago.

On Monday, an elderly Jewish man in Los Angeles was killed when he was confronted by an anti-Israel demonstrator who struck him on the head with a megaphone.