Jewish group in Germany urges limit to refugee influx

Germany has opened its doors to asylum seekers fleeing conflict in Syria, and arrivals from the war-torn country and other trouble spots are expected to reach one million this yearChancellor Angela Merkel’s government has opened the doors to asylum seekers fleeing conflict in Syria, and arrivals from the war-torn country and other trouble spots are expected to reach one million this year. “Sooner or later we won’t have a choice but to set an upper limit,” the council’s president Josef Schuster told Die Welt daily. “Many of the refugees are fleeing the terror of the Islamic State and want to live in peace and freedom, but at the same time they come from cultures where hatred of Jews and intolerance are an integral part.

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