Chief Executive Carrie Lam meets leaders of the local Muslim community at the Kowloon Mosque on October 21, after a police water cannon sprayed the mosque entrance the previous day. Photo: Information Services DepartmentChief Executive Carrie Lam meets leaders of the local Muslim community at the Kowloon Mosque on October 21, after a police water cannon sprayed the mosque entrance the previous day. Photo: Information Services Department
Chief Executive Carrie Lam meets leaders of the local Muslim community at the Kowloon Mosque on October 21, after a police water cannon sprayed the mosque entrance the previous day. Photo: Information Services Department

Letters | Hong Kong police let down ethnic minorities with water cannon action on Kowloon Mosque

Topic |   Hong Kong protests
Chief Executive Carrie Lam meets leaders of the local Muslim community at the Kowloon Mosque on October 21, after a police water cannon sprayed the mosque entrance the previous day. Photo: Information Services DepartmentChief Executive Carrie Lam meets leaders of the local Muslim community at the Kowloon Mosque on October 21, after a police water cannon sprayed the mosque entrance the previous day. Photo: Information Services Department
Chief Executive Carrie Lam meets leaders of the local Muslim community at the Kowloon Mosque on October 21, after a police water cannon sprayed the mosque entrance the previous day. Photo: Information Services Department
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