Christians told to be quiet so as not to offend Muslims
It's also not the first time Christian churches have given in entirely to a Muslim agenda that puts all other faiths and their members in second class. Previously the Archbishop of Canterbury told members of churches in England they should not evangelize Muslims.
In the latest manifestation of the dominance handed to Muslims, members of the Christian church of St. Anthony in Ventimiglia in Italy were told by volunteers from Caritas, a Catholic organization working for migrants, to pray in silence or go somewhere else.
Earlier, Pastor Gerhard Scholte of the Reformed Keizersgracht Church, a leader in the migrant movement in the Netherlands, told the Daily Beast that his church does not promote conversions of non-Christians.
Another report revealed Father Joachim Deterding, parish priest of the evangelical Königshardt-Schmachtendorf church in Oberhausen, Germany, agreed to house migrants in the building, and said in additional to taking the pulpit and pews out for beds, "the church is also clearing out Christian symbols."