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I CARE - - German teachers union warns girls to stay away from refugee men

10.11.15

I CARE - - News - Internet Centre Anti Racism Europe: As a record number of people seeking asylum come to Germany, many escaping violence in their homelands, Saxony-Anhalt's education minister, Stephan Dorgerloh, took exception to the union's implication that the safety of female students was threatened by the refugee crisis. Speaking to the "Mitteldeutsche Zeitung," Dorgerloh accused the group of "amplifying rumors, spreading half-truths and exploiting its value as a union." "The content [of the article] is completely base, it serves prejudice and the far-right fringe" of the political spectrum, state leader of the Green party Claudia Dalbert told the newspaper. As Germany grapples with the unprecedented wave of human movement through its borders, sentiment towards the newcomers has largely been one of welcoming - though many incidents of arson and destruction to planned refugee homes have been recorded, particularly in the former East German states, including Saxony-Anhalt.


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