“Multi-Kulti” failure in EU: In Austria Muslim men attacking Christians in public for just being Christians!?


Danielle doesn’t leave her home anymore alone, she is now always accompanied by her boyfriend, or other friends. This young Christian woman now lives in a fear of new unprovoked attacks- her life is shattered. Her “guilt” as a child in the former (war torn) country Yugoslavia, was- “being a Serb”. Her guilt in the new country Austria appears to be- “being a Christian”. So much for European “Multi-Kulti” project…

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“Multi-Kulti” failure in EU: In Austria Muslim men attacking Christians in public for just being Christians!?

By Editor, SERBian FBReporter, May 6th, 2015

Young Serbian woman, wearing the necklace  with the orthodox cross, was subjected to savage physical and psychological intimidation on the Austrian public transit, by three Muslim men. She was saved from a serious physical injuries only due to the courageous intervention by the bus driver…

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According to Austrian newspaper “Die Monatliche”, published monthly in the city of Wels, the attackers attempted to rip off the necklace with the cross from the neck of this young Serbian woman, but they were chased off by the bus driver. Young woman Danielle has boarded the bus in early morning hours as a part of her daily routine, traveling to work. She was wearing around the neck a visible Christian cross. The only passengers on the bus were- her and three long bearded men dressed in a traditional Muslim clothing; Which means that they were displaying their Islamic religion openly in the public!?

She never met them before this incident, yet one of them approached her grabbing the necklace with the Christian symbol yelling: “Get it off your neck- you must convert to Islam”. The Muslim man held on the cross pulling her neck until the bus driver got involved, saving young woman from further humiliation and possibly serious physical injuries, or worse…

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Danielle said to the Austrian journalists that before this incident she had a great respect for all religions, but her opinion about Islam now has changed drastically. She moved to Austria long time ago (as a child refugee) with her parents from the war torn Yugoslavia. One of the main reasons her family fled to Austria was to avoid such religious or ethnic “prosecution”, by the extremists in their homeland!?

This young woman has a lot of sympathy for the plight of asylum seekers from Syria and some other Middle East countries- but she couldn’t not to notice a lots of problems these people are bringing with them into Europe. Muslims-Demonstrating-in-Europe“Many of these refuges coming from the Islamic countries are bringing (and “spreading”) their culture and religion to Austria. We have to be cautious not to allow to be outnumbered by these Islamic extremists”- Danielle stated for Austrian media. After her traumatic experience in this, until recently, “traditional Christian country”, Danielle’ opinion about some immigrants in her town (Wels), has changed since the incident significantly.

Danielle doesn’t leave her home anymore alone, she is now always accompanied by her boyfriend, or other friends. This young Christian woman now lives in a fear of new unprovoked attacks- her life is shattered… Her “guilt” as a child in the former (war torn) country Yugoslavia, was- “being a Serb”. Her guilt in the new country Austria appears to be- “being a Christian”… …So much for European “Multi-Kulti” project.

By M. Novakovic

  Source: Austrian and Serbian media

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