When a visitor is invited into one's house, they do not have the right to make demands of one's hospitality and persecute those who live there. This is exactly what the Muslim asylum seekers have been doing to their host country Germany.
Those living in the refugee houses have been given a new life, shelter, food and yet most of the Muslims will not live peacefully with their Christian counter parts. The persecution that Christian migrants are facing at the hands of Muslims in their refugee shelters is devastating.
For the Muslim, a Christian is unclean, a dog, and deserving of death. It is no wonder the persucution in these close quarters is so intense.
Bundestag member Erika Steinbach and Iranian-born pastor Mahin Mousapour called for much stronger sanctions for Muslims who abuse Christians in Germany at a press conference on Monday.
Highlighting the fact Christians suffer violence, harassment, and death threats in migrant lodgings, Ms. Mousapour criticized Germany for granting Islam “too much respect”. Declaring anti-Christian hate attacks an affront to German values, politician Erika Steinbach advocated the government deport migrants who insult or attack Christians.
“Toys of Christian children are being destroyed, Christian asylum seekers are told not only to wash their dishes after eating but also that they must clean the entire kitchen as it would otherwise be ‘unclean’. Many Muslim asylum seekers call all Christians unclean. Church services are held in secret, bibles and crucifixes have to be hidden,” she explained.
The government is not doing much to protect the Christian migrants and many left-leaning politicians have closed their minds to the idea that they are responsible for this persecution. The catering to the Muslims has become apparent in various walks of life.
Joaquim Reinig, the “prominent” architect believes that building mosques will send a message to migrants that they’re welcome to build a life in Germany. He believes that mosques are a sign of integration. I’m sure that’s what Europeans thought when Ottomans began their conquest hundreds of years ago, back when new mosques usually meant that somebody got conquered.
The idea that destroying the culture and religion of Germans for the sake of those who are visiting at best is unthinkable. Another example of collective caving to the Muslim migrants was demonstrated during Ramadan.
During the Islamic month of fasting, migrant shelters in Germany catered to Muslim eating schedules, with Christians receiving only leftovers. The timing saw Christians disturbed by Muslims eating and reciting surahs before sunrise and then staying up very late for dinner.
Ms. Steinbach called for the system to be overhauled for next year. She suggested migrant housing serve “”breakfast, lunch and dinner as usual”, and that people who want to fast can save their meal to eat later on.
Ms. Mousapour commented: “We are here in Germany, in a Christian country! We must not allow others to change that.”
As long as their if a government unable to see their grave mistake that the open borders have caused and that those migrants who hold deeply to their Muslim culture will not assimilate, German culture and freedom with be eroded.