A Jewish school in Montreal was fired on Sunday for the second time this week as tensions remain high in Canada over the Israel-Hamas war, police said.
Police spokeswoman Veronique Dubuc said no one was in Yeshiva Gedola when shots were heard around 5:00 a.m., and there were no reported injuries.
Officers discovered bullet damage to the building's facade and found cartridges on the ground, Dubuc said.
The incident took place only two days after that school and another Jewish school in Montreal, Canada's second-largest city, were fired upon, also without casualties.
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