by Daniel Greenfield
If you hate the Islamic State, why take in Muslim refugees to
repeat its crimes on European soil? Taking in Muslim refugees only
perpetuates the Muslim persecution of Christians. Muslim migrants have
already drowned Christians seeking asylum. They are persecuting Christian refugees who have made it to Europe.
Said went across Turkey on foot. He never thought that his problems would only be starting once he made it to Germany.
"In Iran, the Revolutionary Guards have arrested my brother in a
house church. I fled the Iranian secret police, because I thought in
Germany I can finally freely live by my religion," says Said. "But in
the home for asylum seekers, I can't even openly admit that I am a
Mainly Syrian refugees, mostly devout Sunni
Muslims, live in the home. "They wake me before dawn during Ramadan and
say that I should eat before the sun comes up. If I refuse, they say,
I'm a, kuffar ', an unbeliever. They spit at me," says Said. "They treat
me like an animal. And threaten to kill me."
Said says he has called the Security Service which not interested in his problems. "They are also all Muslims."
In the community room of the Evangelical Lutheran Church Trinity in
Berlin-Steglitz pastor Gottfried Martens sits with a stack of papers...
Around 600 Afghans and Iranians belong to his church. Most of them he
himself baptized. "Almost all have big problems in their homes," says
"Devout Muslims teach there the view: Where we are, there is the Sharia, there is our law."
In the kitchen, Christians can not prepare their own food. Those who
do not pray five times a day toward Mecca, are being bullied. "Above
all, Christians who have converted from Islam have to suffer as a
minority," says Martens. "And they ask the question: Will we have to
hide ourselves as Christians in the future in this country?"...
In Hemer, Algerian asylum seekers attacked an Eritrean and his
pregnant wife. Both wore their baptismal cross around their necks. One
struck the Eritreans with a glass bottle.
A young Syrian in
Giessen reported threats. He is concerned that among the refugees fare
ollowers of the terrorist group Islamic State of (IS) are. "They shout
Quranic verses. These are words that shouts the IS before they cut off
people's heads. I can not stay here. I am a Christian," he says.
Especially dramatic is the case of a Christian family from Iraq,
which was housed in a refugee camp in the Bavarian Freising. The father
told a TV crew of the Bayerischer Rundfunk of beatings and threats by
Syrian Islamists. "They yelled at my wife and beat my child. They say..
"We will kill you and drink your blood" The family lived in the rooms of
the home as prisoners - until they no longer stand it and returned to
"One would have to protect the family," says Simon
Jacob of the Central Council of the Eastern Christians. Stories like
these no longer surprise him. "I know of a lot of reports of Christian
refugees who are under attack. But that's just the tip of the iceberg,"
says Jacob. "The number of unreported cases is high."...
"Often the aggressors are Afghans or Pakistanis who are often more
Islamist than many Syrians and Iraqis," says Max Klingberg of the
International Society for Human Rights, who has been active in refugee
aid for fifteen years. He assumes that the violence in the refugee
centers will continue to increase. "We must rid ourselves of the
illusion that all those who arrive here, are human rights activists.
Among the new arrivals is a not small number at least as intense as the
This must stop. The crimes of Islam must stop at the European border.
There is no sense of taking in members of the oppressor group with
members of the oppressed group. Muslim migration to Europe must end.