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Greece: Have Muslim migrants terrorized a Christian congregation in Cyprus?

Some Greek Websites say yes. The congregation of the Faneromeni Church had a “multicultural experience” when a group of about 20 Muslim migrants harassed them on Wednesday night in the Cypriot capital of Nicosia, according to SigmaLive.

The congregation was inside the church when the Muslims entered the courtyard. They started shouting and swearing as the congregation came out of the building and entered the yard.

According to media reports, one Muslim threatened several Christians with an axe, even chasing them. Another man, who was holding a plastic skeleton, also threatened several churchgoers.

When police arrived on the scene, the men ran away and managed to elude capture.

Some think that this was a harbinger of things to come throughout urban Greece. It was a clear attempt to terrorize Greek Orthodox believers who were practicing their faith. Daily attacks from either atheists or Islamists are common, and they all have the same goal: the admission of migrants into Europe, as Orthodoxy is considered an obstacle to globalization.

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