Christian restaurant owners in a Swedish city have been given an ultimatum by Islamic graffiti vandals, “convert or die.”
As Europe continues to welcome refugees under the guise of “multiculturalism” they are learning that the idea of a melting pot of religions and ideas does not go both ways for everyone.
An Assyrian Christian family, who fled the region because they were persecuted for their faith, found some of the graffiti on their Gothenburg pizzeria, the Goteborgs-Posten reported Wednesday.
“Imagine yourself having fled from persecution in a country and then to find yourself staying next door to ISIS sympathizers here in Sweden. It is everyday life for many people,” the Assyrian district of Gothenburg president Joseph Garis told the paper.
Other graffiti on local establishments includes the words “the Caliphate is here” and the letter “N” which signifies the people inside are Christians and should be persecuted.
“It feels extremely uncomfortable that this has come to Gothenburg, Sweden. There is no doubt that it is directed at me as a Christian and Assyrian,” pizzeria owner Yusuf Asmar said. “It feels like persecution of Jews in the 30s when Jews in Germany had Stars of David painted on its doors. Now it happens here.”
It’s something to think about when President Obama, Secretary of State John Kerry and a plethora of other politicians tell the American citizens that we “need” to take in more refugees.
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