If they’re using Mom&Pop rallies by patriotic citizens refusing sharia/islamization and destructive multiculturalism, well then, judge the rest of the story under that rubric.
Refugees from war-torn Syria claim racism in Germany is so extreme they want to GO HOME as growing unrest and anti-Muslim feeling sees attacks on foreigners soar
Refugees line up to apply for asylum in front of the reception center for refugees in Berlin, Germany
- Germany has been gripped by a spate of anti-Muslim rallies and violence
- Nation has seen record numbers of asylum seekers this year fleeing Syria
- One refugee said racist attacks left him so scared he plans to return home
Refugees from war-torn Syria claim racism in Germany has become so extreme they want to go home as a growing anti-Muslim movement sees soaring attacks on foreigners.
The nation has been gripped by a spate of anti-foreigners rallies, violence and arson attacks against refugee homes or would-be shelters as hundreds of thousands seek refuge in the country.
This year has already seen about 200 arson and other attacks against refugee housing while support for anti-Muslim movement, Patriotic Europeans Against the Islamization of the West (PEGIDA), has been growing.
A mother with two children walk inside a temporary tent camp in Dresden, Germany where there were protests by right-wing supporters that resulted in scuffles with both refugee-supporters and police
Two children sleep on the ground near their belongings in front of the reception center for refugees in Berlin, Germany as officials estimate half a million migrants will seek asylum this year
Support for anti-Muslim movement, Patriotic Europeans Against the Islamization of the West (PEGIDA), has been growing.
The growing tensions between citizens and refugees mean some asylum seekers are so scared of attacks they are considering going home.
Taher arrived in Germany a month ago, risking his life to fleeing the atrocities of war-torn Syria and making the long, difficult journey across the Mediterranean.