Reports are coming in that a fire in the historic St. Peter and St. Paul Cathedral in Nantes, France was deliberately set. The cathedral was built in the 15th Century and three fires were started in the cathedral some time on Saturday, July 18, 2020.
The Gateway Pundit writes:
UPDATE: Law enforcement suspects that this was an arson as there were multiple fires set in the building.
“The damage is concentrated on the organ, which seems to be completely destroyed. It’s platform is very unstable and could collapse,” regional fire chief General Laurent Ferlay told reporters after the fire was contained. He explained that there were three fires started in the church and it is being investigated as a criminal act.
Note: The Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris, France was devastated with a fire last year on April 15, 2019.
Breitbart reports that over 3,000 churches/Christian sites were vandalized across Europe in 2019. READ: Report: Record 3,000 Christian Sites in Europe Vandalized in 2019