"...including an attempt to burn Ktifan’s feet in the middle of the night."
Germany's Merkel insists that Europeans have to take in Muslim migrants playing refugee for the sake of European values. Here's what these European values look like.
Christian refugees are already being terrorized by the Muslim migrants in Germany.
Mainly Syrian refugees, mostly devout Sunni Muslims, live in the home. "They wake me before dawn during Ramadan and say that I should eat before the sun comes up. If I refuse, they say, I'm a, kuffar ', an unbeliever. They spit at me," says Said. "They treat me like an animal. And threaten to kill me."
Especially dramatic is the case of a Christian family from Iraq, which was housed in a refugee camp in the Bavarian Freising. The father told a TV crew of the Bayerischer Rundfunk of beatings and threats by Syrian Islamists. "They yelled at my wife and beat my child. They say.. "We will kill you and drink your blood" The family lived in the rooms of the home as prisoners - until they no longer stand it and returned to Iraq."
The news isn't any better for the gays.
Rami Ktifan made a snap decision to come out. A fellow Syrian had spotted a rainbow flag lying near the 23-year-old university student’s belongings inside a packed refugee center. The curious man, Ktifan recalled, picked it up before casually asking, “What is this?”
“I decided to tell the truth, that it is the flag for gay people like me,” Ktifan said. “I thought, I am in Europe now. In Germany, I should not have to hide anymore.”
What followed over the next several weeks, though, was abuse — both verbal and physical — from other refugees, including an attempt to burn Ktifan’s feet in the middle of the night.
European values 2.0: The Muslim Edition.
There are no official figures. But the Lesbian and Gay Federation of Berlin and Brandenburg, for instance, says it is receiving three to six cases a week in which gay asylum seekers have been victims of physical abuse, including sexual assault. Earlier this month, a 21-year-old gay Arab asylum seeker in Berlin was hospitalized after he was insulted and assaulted at the refugee center where he was staying. In the city of Dresden, an eastern German metropolis of 525,000, at least seven gay asylum seekers have been removed from shelters this year for their own safety.
Sensing a growing threat, officials in Berlin are seeking to open the city’s first refugee center exclusively for gays and lesbians.
Are they going to open separate cities for them? Because that's what it will take. You can have gay rights or Muslims, but not both. Not for very long.
“You must forget what you learned at home about what is right or wrong,” commentator Harald Martenstein recently wrote in the Berlin daily Der Tagesspiegel, addressing refugees. “You do not have to give up your culture, not that. But you must accept the equality of women. You must learn that homosexuals and Jews are just like everyone else. You must bear mocking and satire, even when it concerns your religion. . . . If you don’t accept these rules, you have no future here.”
If you accept millions of Muslims, who have a fertility rate several times your own, you're the one who has no future.
And the equality of women, gay rights and freedom of speech will be just another lost cause.