Arabic Translator at German Refugee Camps Says Muslim Refugees Have 'Pure Hatred' Towards Christians

A woman wearing an Islamic headdress window shops with her child in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany.Reuters

A 39-year-old Eritrean woman wanted to offer her services as an Arabic translator in German refugee camps, but when she arrived there, she was shocked by the "pure hatred" these migrants have against Christians.

The woman, who chose to remain anonymous, told the Catholic website Kath.net that Muslim migrants want Germany to become Islamised, adding that they plan to do that by having more children to gain the numbers enough to "destroy Christians."

She said she arrived in Germany back in 1991 as a refugee herself. She decided to volunteer in asylum centres for five years to "give something back" to the community.

However, the woman was shocked by the hostility shown by Muslim migrants to Christians. Their distaste for Christians is so palpable that they forbid their children to play with Christians. "It's very similar in asylum housing, where Muslim boys refuse to play with Christians," she shared.

The woman said she has worked in several refugee camps all across Germany, going undercover to discover this truth.

The woman also revealed that fellow translators were stoking Muslims' hatred against Christians. Whenever Christian missionaries are out of the vicinity, Muslim migrants would "show their true colours" and reveal their hatred towards those with different faith.

"They want Germany to be Islamised. They despise our country and our values," she said. "Pure hatred against non-believers is preached, and children are brought from an early age here in Germany."

Some women even told her, "We will multiply our numbers. We must have more children than the Christians because it's the only way we can destroy them here."

The woman made an effort to defend Christians, but she was told that doing so is a sin.

After German Chancellor Angela Merkel imposed an open-door immigration policy in Germany this year, the European country has been rocked by several terror attacks.

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