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Germany Became Anti Migrant Country


On Friday, the Interior minister Karl-Heinz Schroeter told that stopping new immigrants from entering in Germany is a temporary action which will be implied for a few months.

Germany Became Anti Migrant Country

Near Berlin, in the city Cottbus some aggressive immigrants and conservatives have been fighting since the beginning of the year.

In the beginning of this week a German boy was wounded with knife in the face by two Syrians boys who were later arrested by the Brandenburg police as suspected alleged.

Near a trolley station a teenager had a threatening affray which begins among the Syrian and German school students.

Three refugees from Syria who aged 14, 15 and 17 years assaulted a couple in front of a mall. Then 15 years boy with is father is deported with “negative residency permit”.

A university center Cottbus has given the shelter to 3,000 refugees since 2015, when German Chancellor Angela Merkel opened German border for Syrian refugees to save them from different crisis.

Slow economy and increased high inflammation rate increased common people fury for asylum seekers. Cottbus belongs to the 145 right-winged (the people who support political, social or economic conservatives) radicals, counted by the authorities last year.

According to a local media report a neo Nazis group attacked militants on New Years’ morning.

Last week about 100 disguised neo Nazis group marched in the centre of city which is a prohibited act in Germany.

Schroeter added that for security purpose police in uniform and plain clothes will be deployed in down town square. Moreover, in all local schools 10 new social worker employments will be added.

Like Cottbus city in Germany, many town Salzgitter, Delmenhorst and Wilhelmshaven in the northern state of Lower Saxony banned refugees.

According to local authorities presently Germany cannot meet the needs of new immigrants.