Christian Children Being Bullied And Assaulted By Muslim Migrants

From Express:
CHRISTIAN migrants who have travelled to Germany from Syria, Afghanistan or Iraq are being bullied and viciously assaulted by Muslim migrants of the same age, according to a priest.

Andreas Knapp said the situation is getting increasingly worse in Leipzig, a city in the federal state of Saxony, Germany, where children were reportedly beaten up for eating gummy bears.

The 58-year-old priest said: "The horror continues in the everyday life even for the children.

"They are severely bullied by their Muslim classmates."

Mr Knapp lives in a block of flats in Gruenau, on the outskirts of Leipzig, where migrants are regularly housed when they arrive in Germany, and said there are regular reports of incidents on the estate.

He said: "I know several cases where Christians have been offended, humiliated and frightened."

The priest told the story of a 12-year-old boy, who was bullied by the Muslim children to remove his cross necklace.

Mr Knapp said: "They have insulted him, calling him impure, until he got scared and cried. His parents are totally desperate about the situation.

"They have escaped for the safety of their children and now this."

In another case, two siblings, an 11-year-old boy and a nine-year-old girl were reportedly beaten up and threatened that they should never try and play outside again after the Muslim children saw them eating gummy bears which contain pork gelatine.

The priest added: "The Muslim children cannot be reproached. Due to the ongoing propaganda in their homeland in the last years, there is a strongly tainted atmosphere between the Christians and the Muslims.

"Hate is preached twenty-four-seven. But it has to finish here.

"We must explain to all the migrants that we do not suffer so much intolerance. Integration is a long journey, which needs time."

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