According to religious groups, Christians are regarded as “unclean” and “more impure than dogs” by some Muslim extremists.
Outbreaks of violence and death threats across the country are rife as Germany’s politicians try and step into rehouse the 1.1million people that have gone there on the invitation of chancellor Angela Merkel.
Now Christian campaigners are warning the situation is spiralling out of control with reports of death threats and of Christians having their bibles ripped up.
Around 14 Iranian Christian men were recently removed from a camp near the city of Schloß Holte-Stukenbrock after they were threatened by Islamic fundamentalists.
The men who were living in a camp in Bielefeld, a town which also hosts a British Forces base, were threatened with death should they not renounce Christianity, according to reports.
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Christians have been hiding their bibles
And Christians were also forced to eat leftover food during Ramadan after the meal times were changed in order that the Muslim population could follow their fast which requires that they don’t eat during daylight hours.
Pastor Mahin Mousapour of the Persian Father House community in Frankfurt converted to Christianity more than 25 years ago, and said many Muslims regard their Chirstian hosts “unclean” and “more impure than dogs.
The 57-year-old, who lives in Frankfurt, and is from Iran is extremely worried about the minority Christian groups living in the camps who have fled from their own homes.
She said: “I love Muslims.
“But many Muslim refugees say that all Christians are unclean.
“During the period of Ramadan, it was particularly disastrous.
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Christians have been receiving death threats
“The victims are afraid of revenge or of losing their asylum status if they complain.
“It can not be that someone seeks shelter with us because of his faith and we then don’t protect him here.”
Frankfurt MP Erika Steinbach has also demanded that the camps are forced to clamp down on the Muslim take-over in Germany which is a Christian country.
She said: “Next year has to be different.
“Breakfast, lunch and dinner as usual.
“And those who want to fast take their food with them and eats it later.”
Pastor Mousapour also says that Muslims converting to Christianity are hiding their faith.
And that people are forced to hide their bibles and crosses.
She also claims that the issue is spreading out into the wider community and that she has also been threatened on the street with a knife.
She added: “When they come to us to church on Sundays, they often pretend to be visiting friends.”