Iraqi Christians flee Islamic terror. Get rejected by German-Muslim immigration employee

German broadcaster Welt24 reports that a few days ago, German politician Wolfgang Bosbach met a Christian Iraqi family in Nordrhein-Westphalia, his constituency, who had recently applied for asylum in Germany.

Bosbach heard them tell how they had fled their country for fear of Jihadist violence. Eventually, they reached the part of their story, in which they filled in they asylum application, in one of the foreign offices of the German Federal Office for Migration and Refugees (BAMF). There, they faced a BAMF employee with a headscarf, who was going to decide whether or not they, Christians, would get protected status.

  • simus1

    Classic German bureaucratic playbook at work.
    They are the best.
    “Papers? No papers? Come wiz me !
    Oh you are muslim? Why didn’t you say so? Have a nice day.”

  • BillyHW


  • What is the German word for “horsesh–“?

    The system that lets an Islamist decide if Christians are persecuted or not is rotten.