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Excellent point. Everything seems upside today doesn't it? - I mean, when Syrian Christians refugees

Posted: Mar 10th, 2018 - 2:10 am In Reply to: If I thought he was "Hitler" - I'd hang on to my gun(s)

go back to Syria from Austria (Hitler was born in Austria) where it's safer, something is upside down.

A young Christian from Syria fled to Austria to escape persecution. When he arrived in Europe, he found himself forced into the company of “refugees” who supported the Islamic State and Jabhat al-Nusra. He had to keep his Christian faith a secret, or risk being killed. Eventually he returned to Syria, where he felt he was more likely to be safe.

Anton, who translated the German video report below for subtitling, includes this introduction:

A Christian Syrian refugee, Spiro Haddad, recalls his illegal journey to Austria.

On the way, he is met by people who openly confide their allegiance to ISIS and Al-Nusra. He doesn’t feel safe in Europe, so he returns to Syria.

The ISIS and Al-Nusra followers remain and want to Islamize Europe, and convert the churches into mosques.



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