Syrian refugee camps like this one have popped up in Jordan and Lebanon.

Syrian refugee camps like this one have popped up in Jordan and Lebanon.

Raping of female refugees has become epidemic at the Muslim-dominated refugee centers in Germany, according to a new document released in that country.

According to this document posted in German by Pamela Geller on her website, women are “assigned a subordinate role” and unaccompanied females are treated as “fair game.” Many of these women, according to the document, are fleeing “forced marriage” and/or “female genital mutilation.”

The consequences are numerous rapes and sexual assaults. Even prostitution.

A report by France24, confirms the same tragic situation in Calais, France, where 3,000 migrants from the Middle East and Africa are crowded into a tent city awaiting passage to Britain.

“I’m surrounded by men,” the 22-year-old Syrian woman, Milad, told France24. “I don’t know anything about most of them. I don’t speak their language, I don’t know where they’re from and what they’ve lived through. So I have to be on my guard.”

She made the trip with her uncle Yasser, and they are trying to reach his brother, a physician living in London.

Milad said she wonders how some women accomplish this journey on their own.

“They must be very brave,” she told France24.

They’ve pitched their tent alongside the camp’s minority community of Syrians – most of the other residents are from African nations such as Eritrea and Sudan.

When Yasser leaves to buy food from one of the makeshift shops, he says, “The Syrian guys look after her while I’m gone. She can’t come with me.”

“All I can think about is keeping her safe,” he says.

At night, they take turns staying awake in case someone attacks them.

These are not isolated cases, the German document reports: “Women report that they, as well as children, have been raped or sexually assaulted and are exposed.”

“These are the people who are going to be released into society after they’ve traumatized their fellow refugees,” Geller commented. “These are savages. Imagine what they’ll do to non-Muslim women in Germany, France, U.K., etc.”

Germany expects to take in nearly 1 million Muslim migrants this year.

“Remember,” says Geller, “these are the same ‘refugees’ who threw the Christians off the boats to their deaths during the Mediterranean journey a few months back.”

Faustine Douillard, a social worker for the NGO France, Land of Asylum, visits the camp at Calais every day to advise those claiming asylum in France.

“I have to go through the men to speak to the women,” she says. “They don’t know their rights, and that makes them very vulnerable.”

Some, she says, are forced to take on male “protectors,” who demand sexual favors in return.

This is also the reason why so few Christians are going to the refugee camps. These camps are not safe for Christians, said Lord George Carey, the former archbishop of Canterbury, in a statement last week, confirming earlier reports by WND that Christians are targeted for brutality in the refugee camps. As a result, persecuted Christians in Syria and Iraq who have been forced out of their homes by ISIS and other jihadist groups are hiding in churches and in the homes of other Christians.

McCaul calls Obama plan ‘reckless’

House Homeland Security Committee Chairman Michael McCaul calls the migrant crisis in Europe “tragic” but said he can’t support Obama’s plan to allow 10,000 Syrians into the U.S.

Rep. McCaul, R-Texas, called the plan “reckless and dangerous.”

He had previously called it a potential “jihadist pipeline” into the U.S. from one of the Middle East’s most notorious jihadist battle fronts.

Mexico considers taking Syrian refugees

At the same time, Mexico is considering its own open-arms policy toward Syrian refugees, with several high-level officials urging Mexico’s president to take in 10,000 from the war-torn country and jihadist hotbed.

Other nations south of the porous U.S.-Mexico border have already opened their doors for people fleeing the Middle East. For instance, Venezuela announced last week it will take 22,000 Syrian refugees, a huge number for a country of its size.

Hungary completes razor-wire fence, arresting migrants

Tensions were rising at the Hungary-Serbia border Tuesday where migrants were congregating and finding a new razor-wire fence preventing them from crossing into Hungary.

CNN reported that migrants eager to cross into Hungary now face not only the razor-wire fence, but authorities ready to incarcerate them.

The Hungarian government has now “plugged the final hole” in its fence at the Serbian border, the news agency reported. And beginning Tuesday, anyone caught climbing the razor-wire fence faces up to three years in jail.

“We call this as a temporary fence. Obviously it is … a must decision (rather) than a nice decision,” Hungarian government spokesman Zoltan Kovacs said.

Hundreds of refugees pushed up against the fence on Tuesday, chanting “open, open, open,” Time reported. Hungarian police officers stood ready as the crowd in the no-man’s-land between Hungary and Serbia became increasingly angry.

Police deal with hundreds of immigrants at Hungary's doorsteps.

Police deal with hundreds of immigrants at Hungary’s doorsteps.

The closing of Hungary’s border has put pressure on Serbia to the south, where migrants are now holed up unable to cross into Hungary on their way to Germany and other wealthy welfare states.

“The Hungarians never told us that they will close the border,” Serbian Social Affairs Minister Aleksandar Vulin told the Associated Press as he toured the border area Tuesday. Serbia is insisting the border, and entry to the European Union, stay open.

Hungary has said it will process asylum claims for those who present themselves at official checkpoints but so far none have been accepted, according to Kovacs, a spokesman for Hungary’s Prime Minister Viktor Orban. Orban has been clear that he believes most of these people are migrants, not war refugees, and has openly said he expects few claimants to be allowed through.

Time reported that along the road from the border crossing, clothes, blankets and backpacks lay discarded in the tall grass and ditches. “For months this has been a thoroughfare for refugees who made it across the border from Serbia undetected by Hungarian police. Most headed directly for western Europe,” the magazine reported.

Now that won’t be possible.

“We don’t like building fences, but up until we are able to reinstate border control on the natural border/green borders of the country, we have no other choice.”

Registration and entry to Hungary will now be possible only at two assigned entry points, he said.

Hungary also planned to build a fence along its border with Romania, Norbert Domotor, spokesman for the Hungarian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, told CNN on Tuesday, although he said construction had yet to begin.

Only 26% of Americans want more Syrians

refugees pie chartA new poll found few Americans want to accept more Syrian refugees into the country.

YouGov’s latest research shows that, in principle, few Americans (21 percent) disagree with the idea the United States should provide refuge to people fleeing war or oppression in their home countries. Fifty-two percent say the U.S. should provide refuge, though Democrats (65 percent) are much more likely than Republicans (39 percent) to say the U.S. should shelter people fleeing war or oppression.

When it comes to Syrian refugees, however, few Americans feel the U.S. should take in more of them.

Only 26 percent of the public believe that the United States should take in more than the current 1,500 refugees, while 30 percent think the U.S. should take in fewer and 19 percent are happy with the current levels of refugee admission. Nearly half of Republicans (48 percent) think that the U.S. should take in fewer Syrian refugees, and even Democrats are divided between the 39 percent who think more Syrians should be sheltered and the 38 percent who believe that current levels are either acceptable (17 percent) or too high (21 percent).

Serbian camps empty out

Authorities captured a record 9,380 migrants crossing from Serbia into Hungary on Monday, according to Hungarian police. That’s nearly double the previous record of 5,809 migrants set a day earlier.

Yet throngs of refugees, carrying everything they had on their backs, kept walking along the fence Tuesday, trying to find a way through.

Lebanon refugee camps infested with 20K jihadists

At least 20,000 jihadists have infiltrated Syrian refugee camps in Lebanon and are plotting to enter Europe, a senior official warned Monday night, according to the British newspaper the Mirror.

Lebanese Education Minister Elias Bou Saab said he fears Islamic State radicals make up at least 2 percent of the 1.1 million Syrians living in camps across his country.

And he warned of a covert jihadist “operation” to get across the Mediterranean and into Europe. His warning came as David Cameron made a whistle-stop tour of refugee camps in Lebanon and Jordan yesterday to try to win back public support on the Syria crisis, the Mirror reported.

“My gut feeling is they (ISIS) are facilitating such an operation. To go to Europe and other places… From Turkey to Greece,” Bou Saab said.

“You may have, let’s say, 2 percent that could be radicals. That is more than enough. We have had that also with our camps here – you find 2 to 3 percent of them.”

The stark warning comes as Britain prepares to take 20,000 of the Syrians from the very same camps, following huge public demand for action.

It will pile more pressure on ministers to ensure the people helped by the aid program are properly vetted before they arrive.

Lebanon is one of the key areas for British aid programs after being overwhelmed with more than a million Syrian refugees since the bloody civil war began.

Bou Saab is closely involved in education programs for the Syrian kids living in the sprawling tented camps.

The minister even revealed militants have already launched raids on Lebanese soldiers from inside the refugee camps.

“When the Lebanese army were kidnapped in Lebanon, the people who kidnapped them came out of the camps,” he said.

“We had them in camps in Lebanon and we were taking care – and all of a sudden they came out of the camps.

“They went against the army, they kidnapped the soldiers and they took them to the mountains.”

Bou Saab also had words of warning for David Cameron over his desire to oust brutal dictator Bashar al-Assad from Syria.

The Lebanese minister said booting out Assad could leave a dangerous vacuum and plunge the whole region – and potentially the whole of Europe – into further chaos.

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