40,000 Christians Persecuted By Muslims…In Germany

Source: 40,000 Christians Persecuted By Muslims In Germany

A new study shows that potentially thousands of Christians have been attacked and harassed in German migrant homes by Muslim guards and fellow migrants.

Multiple human rights organizations are warning the German government of the conditions that Christians in asylum homes are being subjected to. One organization in particular has chronicled 231 specific cases of the harassment of Christians by Muslim migrants and Muslim security guards in asylum homes.

Open Doors is a humanitarian relief organization that specializes in helping Christians who are persecuted worldwide. Markus Rode, a member of the group, said that the study is only “the tip of the iceberg” and called for more action to address the problem Frankfurter Allgemeine reports.

The report from Open Doors chronicles varying types of abuse. Christians in the study came mostly from Iraq, Syria and Afghanistan and were recent converts to the faith.

Breitbart London has reported many times of the challenges of migrants who have chosen to forgo Islam and convert to Christianity. Many converts wished to do so in their homelands, but in places like Iran and Afghanistan the penalty for leaving the Islamic religion can be death and so they fled to Europe. Now in European asylum homes they are finding more and more that they are in as much danger from radical Muslims in Europe as they were in their home countries.

The most prevalent form of abuse was verbal insults with 96 people saying that had received abuse or threats. Eighty-six said they had been physically assaulted and 73 said they had been subjected to death threats against themselves and family members. Three quarters of the migrants also said they had been victims of multiple attacks.

The perpetrators of most of the attacks were fellow migrants who look down on converts and believe them to be apostates. Perhaps, more interestingly was the prevalence of Muslim security guards who participated in the attacks. Almost half of those surveyed said they had received abuse from security guards and in the German capital of Berlin the figure rose to two-thirds. Many of the security guards hired to keep order and protect migrants regularly come from migrant backgrounds themselves and even more often have no qualifications.

Volker Baumann of Action for Persecuted Christians (AVC) says the situation is far bigger than 231 migrants, claiming that up to 40,000 Christians are persecuted for their faith in Germany according to the group’s research.

Baumann joined Rode and several others who represent Christian charities at a press conference where they recommended the German government house Christians in separate homes, increase the number of non-Muslim security guards, and reach out to Christian migrants who may not report incidents of abuse for fear of reprisal from Muslims in their asylum homes.

Germany: “Allahu akbar” shouting man stabs 4 at train station, killing 1

 

via Munich knife attack: One dead as man shouting ‘Allahu Akbar’ attacks four at train station in Grafing, Germany

The attack appears to have begun inside a train while it was standing at the station.

The first victim was a 50-year-old passenger on the train, who has since died of his wounds in hospital.

The attacker then ran out of the train onto the platform.

“I’ll stab you all,” he shouted, according to eyewitnesses, as well as “You infidels!” and “Allahu akbar!”

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One witness told Sueddeutchse Zeitung newspaper the train driver intervened at one point, and tried to beat the man off with a fire extinguisher.

Prosecutors say they have “no concrete information” that the man had any connections to Islamic extremists, and there is no evidence of any link to Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (Isil).

One of the injured is still in critical condition, according to the Bavarian authorities.

This is Germany’s third knife attack with an apparent Islamist motivation since September.

In February a 15-year-old girl identified as Safia S. stabbed a policeman in the neck with a kitchen knife in what prosecutors later said was an Isil-inspired attack.

She attacked the officer during a routine check at Hanover train station in the country’s north before being overpowered by another police officer.

Federal prosecutors later said the teenager had “embraced the radical jihadist ideology of the foreign terrorist group Islamic State of Iraq and Syria” and was in contact with an Isil fighter in Syria.

Last September a 41-year-old Iraqi man identified as Rafik Y. stabbed and seriously wounded a policewoman in Berlin before another officer shot him dead.

The man had previously spent time in jail for membership of a banned Islamist group and had been convicted in 2008 of planning an attack in Berlin against former Iraqi prime minister Iyad Allawi.

Elsewhere in Europe today, Italian police have arrested two Afghan men on suspicion of planning to carry out terrorist attacks in Britain and Italy, including targets in London and the Colosseum in Rome.

The two men, named as Hakim Nasiri, 23, and Gulistan Ahmadzai, 29, were arrested in the southern city of Bari, on the Adriatic coast, writes Nick Squires in Rome.

Nasiri was arrested on terrorism charges while Ahmadzai was detained on charges of aiding illegal immigration.

Police are searching for three other suspects involved in the same alleged plot.

Meanwhile, Justin Huggler in Berlin writes:

Police in neighbouring Czechia (Chezch Republic) have evacuated several schools, town halls and railway stations across the country after receiving an anonymous tip-off that they were to be targetted in coordinated bomb attacks.

The main train station and municipal buildings in the capital Prague were affected, along with the train station and city hall in the western city of Pilsen.

A total of 14 different locations around the country were involved. The evacuations began at around 10am local time (am BST) after the authorities received detailed tip-offs including the timings bombs would go off at the various locations.

In the central city of Pardubice, which was also affected, staff at the city hall said they had received a tip-off in a phone call.

“At about 8.30am we received an anonymous phone call saying that a bomb would go off in the city hall at 12pm. We immediately contacted the police,” Radim Jelinek, a spokesman for the municpality said.

The anonynpus tipster apaprently made no attempt to hide their telephone number.

“We handed over the phone number of the anonymous caller, because it showed up in the caller ID, “Mr Jelinek said.

Muslim invasion, rapefugees force Munich Oktoberfest’s first-ever entrance checks

Source: Munich Oktoberfest to get first-ever entrance checks – The Local

Revellers hoping to join in the carousing at Munich Oktoberfest will have to pass through a check before entering the festival grounds this year, Munich authorities have said.

People hoping to enter the Theresienwiese – the large open space where Oktoberfest is held each year – will have to pass through security checks, including bag checks, at all the entrances, the Süddeutsche Zeitung (SZ) reported on Thursday.

And as well as bringing in more security guards this year, city managers say that they won’t hesitate to block off the entire festival grounds with fences if things get too crowded.

Last but not least, the huge beer-hall tents run by Munich breweries that attract thousands of drinkers will open an hour later than usual at 10am.

‘Changed global context’

Oktoberfest – which Bavarians hail as the world’s largest folk festival (Volksfest) celebrated since 1810 – is being organized this year in the shadow of troubling events.

Munich authorities believe they must boost security after the sexual assaults in Cologne on New Year’s Eve, as well as the danger of terrorist attacks like those which hit Paris and Brussels in November and March.

The Bavarian capital’s main train station was itself on lockdown on New Year’s Eve after police said they had received credible intelligence of a terrorist bomb threat.

Oktoberfest also became the target of a bombing by a far-right terrorist in 1980 which killed 13 people including the bomber.

But in recent years the city has also had to deal with ever-increasing numbers of visitors from across Germany, Europe and the globe to its world-famous two-week-long revels.

Overcrowding and drunken misbehaviour and crime have also long been a cause of annoyance to Müncheners faced with the annual influx of booze-happy guests.

“No-one should be afraid to go to the Wiesn [Theresienwiese],” deputy Munich mayor Josef Schmid told the SZ earlier in April.

“There is no concrete danger. But of course we’re adjusting ourselves to the changed global context.”


The global context of Muslim jihad and mass sexual assaults?

Germany to ban sexy women in ads after Muslim rape jihad

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Source: First it was sausages..now Germany ‘BANS’ sexy women in adverts after Cologne sex assaults | Daily Express

German Justice Minister Heiko Maas said the move to ban ads which “reduce women or men to sexual objects” is an attempt to create a “modern gender image”.

The proposal, if introduced later this year, would see courts decide on what qualifies as sexist.

The plan has been called political correctness gone mad by its critics, who said it was the first step towards a “nanny state”.

It comes following a controversy over claims made by a senior politician that some schools and canteens in Germany are ‘banning’ the serving of pork to avoid offending Muslim migrants.Free Democratic Party (FPD) leader Christian Lindner said: “His plans to ban nudity and sexual advertising are completely narrow-minded.

“To demand the veiling of women or taming of men, is something known among radical Islamic religious leaders, but not from the German minister of justice.”The move comes a day after the first case related to a string of sexual assaults and muggings against women across on New Year’s Eve went to trial.

The defendant, identified only as Toufik M, is accused of being part of a group of 15 to 20 men who surrounded a woman and groped her.Thousands of women were sexually assaulted, attacked and mugged across Germany during New Year’s Eve celebrations.

The attacks were blamed largely on migrant men, fuelling a tense debate on Germany’s immigration policy.Germany’s Association of Communications Agencies (GWA) described Maas’ proposal as “completely absurd”, arguing that the discussion about rules on advertising would be reduced to a “matter of taste”.A draft amendment of the law relating to advertising is due to be discussed by the German government shortly.

The German government also released a series of posters telling migrant men how to respect women in response to the Cologne sexual assaults.Cologne authorities received more than 1,500 criminal complaints about incidents on New Year’s Eve – with a third alleging sexual crimes.


That’s the rape jihad that European Elites Conspired to Lie About.

Videos: Muslims in Germany: “With Allah’s help, we shall conquer You”

Published on Mar 29, 2016

On Saturday hundreds of Turkish Nationalists in Germany rallied in Duisburg against the Kurdish Worker’s Party (PKK) and for Turkish national sovereignty and security. They were seen using the “Grey Wolves” Salute, the Turkish equivalent of a National Socialist Salute commonly used as what is classified as a “neo-fascist” or “ulltra-nationalist” organization.

Their intention is creating a “Pan-Turkish empire”, unifying all members of the Turkish people under one banner and purging all enemy forces.

Their enemies include Kurds, Jews, Zionists, Christians, Armenians, Greeks, Homosexuals, Persians, Liberals and Communists, who are, ideally, to be eradicated.

The German branch of the Grey Wolves is the “Turkish Federation” who is a member of the “European Federation of Turkish Democratic Idealist Organizations”. They are also members of the “Union of Turkish Cultural Organizations in Europe” (ATB), operating legally and being classified as “Idealists”.

Under German law, any hints at fascism or ultra-nationalism and any organization perpetuating such ideologies is monitored by the “Federal Office for the Protection of the Constitution” and outlawed.

What seems contradictory to many is that nationalism is only allowed for immigrants, as their influence is seen as overall positive, no matter their motives. This explains the complete lack of media outrage.

During the protest they can be heard chanting “Allah is great” and, according to reports, “We rebuilt Germany” and “With God’s help we shall conquer”.

Many of them were members of the “Turan e.V.” club, an organization that leans on “Rocker” culture, as demonstrated in one of my previous uploads.

WATCH: “We’re taking over this Country”: ‘Ottoman Germania’ Subculture threatens Germany in music video

Although there were small counter-protests by Kurds, the Antifa declared it to be too dangerous to counter them.


No one is countering Turkey’s $100 million dollar mega-mosque in Maryland that it will use as ground zero for their infiltration of the U.S. either.

Germany: University Closes “Quiet Room” After Islamic Supremacists Convert to Mosque

Source: Islamic Supremacists to University: Equality of Faiths Be Damned | Frontpage Mag

While Western civilization often caves in nowadays to demonstrations of Islamic supremacy one small, appeasing step at a time, a European academic institution firmly stood its ground recently and upheld Western values against one such Islamist test probe.

The Technical University of Dortmund (TUD) in Dortmund, Germany, finally had enough of Muslim students bullying others, especially women, after the former had taken over for a prayer room an area the university had set aside as a quiet space for all students. Located in the physics building, TUD recently closed the facility.

“We set up the “Quiet Room” in 2012,” said university spokeswoman Eva Prost in an interview with Der Spiegel magazine. “A few months after that, there were already endeavours to make a Muslim prayer room out of it.”

The university had originally intended the room to be a “religion and world-view neutral” space to accommodate students of different faiths attending TUD from around the world. Until 2012, it was reported Catholic and Protestant institutions near the university had provided such students with rooms for this purpose.

“Our “Quiet Room” was rather an offer to everyone who was looking for peace and a place to rest in the often stressful, daily life of a university,” said Prost, adding that it was permitted to say a prayer there “if it did not disturb others or exclude anyone from use of the room.”

But instead of relieving stress, the TUD’s well-intentioned idea was rather to cause a lot of it.

University officials may have been unfamiliar with the doctrine of Islamic supremacy, which claims the superiority of Islam over all other religions, when they made the decision to open such a facility. Along with the equality-of-faiths-be-damned attitude, inherent in Islamic supremacism is also a condemnation of a fundamental, underlying value of Western civilization, that of tolerance.

In America, Omar Ahad, a co-founder of the Council of American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), probably summed up best the Islamic supremacist doctrine. When making a speech in California, he stated: “Islam isn’t in America to be equal to any other faith, but to become dominant. The Koran, the Muslim book of scripture, should be the highest authority in America, and Islam the only accepted religion on earth.”

But if the TUD administration was familiar with the Islamic supremacy doctrine, one must then ask why it would even proceed with this experiment in the first place without safeguards in place? There would obviously be problems with fundamentalist Muslim students possessing supremacist notions. They would definitely not miss an opportunity like this to demonstrate their belief in their religion’s superiority and launch a test of strength.

As Prost indicated, it wasn’t long before they did so, storing their prayer rugs there and violating the university’s usage rules for the space. Probably hoping to avoid confrontation, the administration naively reacted to the Muslim students’ aggressive actions by placing a couch and a bookshelf in the room.

“A couch and a bookshelf should have signalled that this is no prayer room here,” said Prost.

But in dealing with Islamic supremacists, such feeble measures are doomed to failure. In fact, it was possibly because of the university’s weak, initial reaction to their power probe that, according to the newspaper Die Welt, the supremacists just got “obviously more radical.”

Visitors complained that Muslim students blocked off more than half the room and had used a large picture hanging on the wall to do so. This, apparently, was done to segregate the sexes. The noise from the Muslim students’ praying also kept the “Quiet Room” from being quiet. Besides prayer rugs, Korans were also stored there with one left out in the open. Besides the Koran, “flyers in Arabic and instructional pamphlets in German” were displayed. Calling the rearrangement of the room “highhanded,” Prost said “foot washing possibilities” were also present.

But it was the Muslim students’ actions towards women that appears to have been the final straw in the university’s decision to close the facility.

“In flyers, women were instructed to wear headscarves, but we don’t know whether this was in fact carried out,” said Prost.

Besides the headscarf directive, women were also told they could not wear perfume in the room. And female visitors were “repeatedly intercepted” at the door by male Muslims who told them they could only use the room’s smaller part.

“The room was also divided by curtains into a bright area for men and a dark one for women,” Die Welt reported, the smaller, darker area perhaps unwittingly symbolising the Islamist attitude towards women.

Prost said that what was happening was a violation of the law regarding the equal treatment of men and women.

“Students complained to us and indeed were completely right to do so,” she said. “We have to proceed against gender discrimination, since, as a government institution, we are committed to the constitution.”

The expected Muslim student reaction to the university’s decision was not long in coming. More than four hundred signed a petition, demanding the room’s re-opening, protesting its “rigorous and unarranged” closing, indicating they should have been consulted first. They also regarded “these forms of disrespect as discrimination.” Which should surprise no one. When Islamists fail to get their way, accusations of Islamophobia and anti-Muslim racism are almost sure to follow.

But to its credit, TUD’s administration did not wring its hands in anxiety over the charge of discrimination, and then cave in to the petition’s demand, as other Western universities would have done. Instead, its office of the chancellor shot back with a “detailed” letter of its own, telling the Muslim students the room was closed because they were breaking the rules in their use of it. Moreover, in Germany they would have to abide by German law regarding equality.

“We gladly take up your notes regarding the meaning of integration and allow ourselves to add that this includes a knowledge and acceptance of the valid laws in the Federal Republic of Germany, to which we are all bound,” the letter read. The missive also quoted for the Muslim students’ benefit Article 3 of the German Constitution that stipulates equality, especially “equal rights for men and women.” These rights, the administration made clear, “are a sacrosanct, core area in it.”

So far, no answer has been received to the university’s response.

Prost admitted that other universities have had similar problems with Muslim students. She believes, though, the “Quiet Room” incident at DTU attracted more public attention than usual and was so “heatedly argued” because of events two months earlier on New Year’s Eve at Cologne’s train station where several hundred women were sexually assaulted by Muslim men, many of them migrants. Nevertheless, Prost said the university regards “the experiment of a faith-neutral room as a failure.” It will now be re-opened as a retreat for students with children.

As for the Islamic supremacists, the room’s closing represents only a partial failure. While they could not appropriate the room for their own purposes, the supremacists could still be viewed, in some respects, as victorious. By causing the room’s closure, they still determined its use, or non-use, in this case. If it couldn’t be a Muslim prayer room under Muslim control and rules, then the supremacists are probably satisfied with the fact that they have prevented any other faith from using and enjoying it. In this respect, their dominance behaviour was successfully established. Which is really what Islamic supremacy is all about.

Germany: Muslim youth try to enforce sharia, attack Kurdish kiosk owner for selling alcohol

Suicide by Islamic invasion. It’s why Americans must stand up and resist the importation of Muslims to the U.S. via: Germany: Gang of youths punishes Kiosk owner for selling alcohol – Vlad Tepes

From this German language news site

Three men in a Neukölln Kiosk were attacked by thirty children and youths. The dispute was over the selling of alcohol.

The Gropiusstadt area in Neukölln is a social hot spot in Berlin south. The Kurdish owner of a snack bar and kiosk, had to experience that last Sunday evening. Not for the first time, he says.

“Everytime during school vacation, the kids come gather here every evening and commit mischief on the plaza in front of the train station”, the 53 year old said on Monday. The night before, the so called mischief escalated.

“First about 10 to 15 children ages 9 to 12 or maybe 13, popped up. They very specifically were provoking us, and they knocked at the backdoor as well as the front door of my establishment and they tried to block the exit”, the owner says. The children threw stones and did damage to the side of the building.

The 53-year old called the police at about 19:30, but when police arrived, the children were gone already. But not for long.

One hour later, around 20:30, they returned, with reinforcements. “Suddenly in front of us there weren’t only children, but a group of youths ages 14 to 21”, the owner’s son says. The group hurled insults and they attacked, under the pretense that because alcohol was sold here, and therefore “they had to be punished”. According to the Kiosk owner they were all muslim youths.

Blow to the back of the head

The attacks escalated to hands-on fights, in which the son of the owner received quite a few contusions. His friend, trying to help, was hurt above the eye. The owner received a blow to the back of the head and went down. By the time he got back up, the mob had disappeared.

Now the police are investigating for breach of the peace, assault/bodily harm, and property damage. If the motive for the attack really was about selling alcohol, this couldn’t be confirmed by the police.

Additionally, the police could also not confirm if these attacks increase during school vacations. But it couldn’t be excluded. As a speaker for the Morgenpost said, the attack on Sunday night wasn’t the first of its kind.

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