German refugee centres are not offering adequate protection for members of minority faiths, especially converts from Islam to Christianity, according to study published Monday by the Christian organization Open Doors Germany.
A report from the international mission, which was set up to support persecuted Christians around the world, said half of the 231 Christian refugees questioned in its survey reported being disadvantaged or bullied by Muslim migrants or guards.
Most of the migrants taking part in the survey came from Afghanistan or Iran.
A Protestant minister from Berlin said Christian refugees had been threatened after they refused to take part in an Islamic prayer organized by other migrants.
The Christian organization proposed that German authorities keep Christians, Yezidis and other non-Muslims together in larger groups in specially designated centres…
Posted by Women Against Shariah on Thursday, May 12, 2016