The charity Open Doors has warned that violence against Christians in refugee homes in Germany is being played down or ignored. It says Germany cannot allow attacks on freedom of religion . . .
“When the people here found out I am a Christian, they started creating problems for me,” said Ramin. He says Muslims refused to come to German lessons because they didn’t want to sit at the same table with an “impure” person. Some of his food and personal belongings were also stolen. He says some of the refugees tried to start fights or make noise to keep him from sleeping . . .
The group used its own limited networks and talked to volunteers to identify the number of Christians affected by violence in refugee homes nationwide. They got replies from 231 refugees, mainly converts from Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan. They complained of physical and mental abuse, insults, and even death threats.