Also the refugee camps that they were staying at before heading on to Europe in search of better economic conditions, are still safe as well.
Germany is trying to curb the number of Syrian migrants coming into the country
The Higher Administrative Court in Schleswig, northern Germany, has agreed with the Federal Office for Migrants and Refugees that only minor protections will be granted to people who have fled the Syrian conflict – which has now raged for more than five years.
Uta Strzyz, who was involved in ruling said: “There is no reason to believe that in the Syrian state everyone is under general suspicion of being a member of the opposition.”
The court ruled that not all Syrians could expect to be persecuted for their political beliefs and risked being arrested or tortured.