This map shows how many mosques have been targeted just this year

Since the original post, this map has been updated to reflect additional attacks.

A mosque in Ypsilanti, Michigan, is burned to the ground. Another in Roseville, California, is spray-painted with anti-Muslim epithets. Yet another -- in Tucson, Arizona -- is broken into and its copies of the Quran ripped up. We mapped 35 incidents from January 1 to March 27, 2017, where mosques were targets of threats, vandalism or arson. The incidents, tallied by the Council on American-Islamic Relations, span 19 states from Florida to Hawaii. (By comparison: During the same time period in 2016, CAIR counted just 19 incidents.)

Alabama:
Huntsville
Hoover
Arizona:
Tucson
California:
Davis
Roseville
Colorado:
Denver
Fort Collins
Florida:
New Tampa
Georgia:
Atlanta
Hawaii:
Honolulu
Illinois:
Des Plaines
Peoria
Kentucky:
Lexington
Louisiana:
Bossier City
Maryland:
Gaithersburg
Silver Spring
Michigan:
Kentwood
Ypsilanti
Montana:
Bozeman
New Jersey:
Bayonne
Jersey City
New York:
Brooklyn
Bronx
Ohio:
Columbus
West Chester Township
Texas:
Victoria
Virginia:
Falls Church
Washington:
Bellevue