Muslim Gangs in Germany Targeting Christians

"In Berlin, three youths attacked a 39 year-old for wearing a pendant with a cross on it."

The Muslim gangs that once targeted Germany’s tiny Jewish population are now taking aim at the country’s majority Christian population as well, writes Vijeta Uniyal for Legal Insurrection.

The German newspaper Die Welt reported yesterday that "In Berlin, three youths attacked a 39-year-old for wearing a pendant with a cross on it. He was beaten and abused as 'gay swine.' The police told Die Welt that the man was asked by the attackers in broken German, 'What is this?' — referring to the two wooden crosses on his neck."

Uniyal, who also writes for the indispensable Gatestone Institute, notes that the newspaper described the attackers as being between 12 and 14 years of age and of "North African" origin.

The paper went on to list a few other Muslim attacks on Christians in recent months, but noted that the German government does not keep a "systematic record” of anti-Christian crimes.

Uniyal writes:

Despite recurring deadly terrorist attacks across the country and the mass-sexual assaults in Cologne and other German cities, Chancellor Merkel and Germany’s political class still refuse to face the undeniable reality. Just this week, Chancellor Merkel refused to “limit the number of refugees entering Germany,” as German broadcaster Deutsche Welle puts it. “As far as an upper limit is concerned, my position is clear: I will not accept it,” Merkel said in a TV interview.

Uniyal points out that Merkel’s popularity is disconcertingly high, and that her re-election "would be nothing short of an endorsement of her open doors policy for illegal migrants from Arab and Muslim countries."

"By deciding to vote for Merkel and her allies," Uniyal concludes, "German voters may well be sealing the fate of the Christian Europe."