The mosque’s officials said in a statement that the attack took place on Sunday, Al-Quds al-Arabi website reported.
They said a number of unknown individuals drew swastikas and wrote anti-Islam slogans on the mosque walls.
The officials regretted the Islamophobic incident and said it has caused concerns among the city’s Muslims.
Local media reported later that a 44-year-old man has been arrested by the police over the incident.
Back in November, a mosque in the city of Zaandam in northwestern Netherlands suffered an Islamophobic attack.