[H]uman rights groups said they interviewed at least 231 Christian migrants, who had mostly arrived from Iraq, Syria and Afghanistan. Of them, at least 88 percent said they were harassed by Muslim migrants due to their religion.
Also, nearly 50 percent of those interviewed said they had been discriminated against and harassed by guards in refugee centers. The majority of guards in these centers are Muslim, according to German media.
Additional surveys of the 231 Christian migrants showed that 42 percent of them experienced insults, 37 percent claimed to have received physical injuries, and 32 percent even had death threats.
Their Muslim persecutors from Syria are sometimes in the migrant camps in Germany:
Women, who have been rescued from Islamic State slavery in the Syrian city of Rakka, say “they are still unprotected” and even meet their tormentors again in the refugee camps, Karl Hafen, from the International Society for Human Rights based in Frankfurt, said.
“I’ve seen [Christian] families who returned [home] voluntarily because of threats,” Paulus Kurt from the Center for Oriental Christians in Germany (ZOCD) said.
Christian refugee Fadi S. from Syria, who took part in the conference, said when he arrived in a German refugees camp, he was “shocked” to encounter Muslim fundamentalists from whom he had actually fled.
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