(WASHINGTON TIMES) A defaced statue of Jesus in Germany’s Münster region adds to a list of dozens of Christian symbols that have been targeted in the country over the past two years.
German state broadcaster WDR, Bild, and other outlets have chronicled a spate of anti-Christian vandalism that has taken place since 2014. The website Lokalzeit Münsterland added to the list on Dec. 8 by covering investigations into the latest crime.
“Based on the intensity of the acts of the perpetrator, one can already conclude that this act has a religious background,” said Mirko Stein of the Münster police, conservative news site Heat Street translated Thursday.
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