A 30-year-old man from Bletchley has been jailed for four years after he started a fire at the mosque on Manor Road, Bletchley.
Richard Bevington, of North Street, Bletchley, admitted arson with intent to danger life and a racially and religiously-aggravated public order offence following the fire on March 8 2014.
No one was hurt in the attack on The Water Eaton Mosque.
Bevington was sentenced at Aylesbury Crown Court.
See also BBC News, 2 May 2014