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Germans are 'strangers in their own country' due to 'Muslim infiltration', study reveals
by Alix Culbertson
A third of Germans feel they are strangers in their own country due to an "infiltration by Muslims", a new study has revealed.
An increase in violence, polarisation and a strong mistrust in democracy is taking over Germany, the Friedrich Elbert Foundation's right-wing extremist attitudes researcher Mitte-study found.
A new survey found 34.7 per cent of Germans completely or slightly agree with the view "because of the many Muslims, I sometimes feel like a stranger in my own country".
The same numbers says there are "too many foreigners in Germany".
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