Several countries are accepting only Christian families. Xenophobia and Islamophobia appear to go hand in hand in parts of present-day Europe.
Those Europeans who really carry the democratic Europe in their heart, should be willing to open their nation for all who are looking for stability and peace, no matter which religion or no religion they may have, as long as they also are willing to accept the principle of freedom of thought and freedom of speech.
Those who call themselves Christian should take on the attitude of the master rabbi Jeshua, better known as Jesus Christ, who was a Jew who showed no partiality and was open for everybody, even gave his life for believers and non believers in God. Christians should remember his teachings and parables like the Samaritan. Jesus preached brotherly love and that is what we all should share.
- know all too well what it is like to flee your home in order to survive > hopes + dreams for yourself and your children > put on hold
- started to base value of a human life strictly on what religion that human follows
- Christians > get refuge. > if not then => denied access + assaulted
- The worth of a person is not their religion===> just like you = merely trying to survive.
- Still Hope though Power generating long train of abuses
- Daring to speak in multicultural environment
- Refugees At The Border- A Blessing Or Burden?
- Poster: Please Help The Refugees
- The World Wide Refugee and Migrant Crisis and a possible solution for it
- Social media and asylum seekers
- Israeli leaders delight in Europe’s cruelty toward refugees
- My two cents on the refugee crisis
- Blow to legitimacy of the capitalist system
- Propaganda war and ISIS
- Meeting to focus on humanitarian issues for Syria
- Chemical warsite and Pushing king of the South
- UK forces EU to lift embargo on Syria rebel arms
- Russia supplying weapons to Syrian President Bashar Assad’s regime
- Speciesism and racism
Digging through the trash of middle-class Germans for toys or clothes for your child is hardly the idea of escaping for a better life. This was the reality for my parents in the mid 90s. I remember sometimes watching my dad look for things for me. I remember going with my parents when they would knock on doors asking if someone could give something they won’t need. We would get things like dishes or a toy. I vaguely remember our first refugee housing in Germany. It was an old school with families in what used to be classrooms
Another home was a building with about three or four floors. Each floor had a bathroom on its left and right sides. About four or five families would share each bathroom. Each family lived in a one-room apartment. For me, my life in Germany was a happy one. For my parents, it was…
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