A gay Serbian couple was reportedly almost beaten to death earlier this week by the residents of an asylum home they were staying at in Germany.

As Breitbart reports, Javid Nabiyev, a gay rights campaigner, posted a video on his Facebook page in which he claimed that two Serbian men who fled their country and sought asylum in Germany were nearly beaten to death at the asylum home they were staying in, resulting both of them being admitted to hospital.

Although Serbia is considered a safe country to many, Nabiyev said the couple who was attacked fled from their homeland due to violent threats from their family.

Homophobic attack in refugee camp

Javid Nabiyev talking about the homophobic attack, which gay couple from #Serbia faced in #Germany, in one of the refugee camps.

تم نشره بواسطة ‏‎Queer Refugees for Pride‎‏ في 12 يوليو، 2017

Nabiyev went on to say that the couple tried to hide their sexuality, and were encouraged to do so by social workers.

The hospitalized couple contacted reportedly Nabiyev months before the attack as they felt uncomfortable with their asylum home.

Although Nabiyev attempted to transfer the couple to another residence, he was unable to do so as authorities did not deem the couple to be in any danger.

“They don’t want to believe you about your situation when you are complaining in a verbal way,” Nabiyev said in his video. “How many people should face this kind of attack, to make all of you believe, to convince you, our situation is urgent?”

“How many people should face this kind of attack, to make all of you believe, to convince you, our situation is urgent?” he said while addressing the authorities.

The attacker, who was not named, was reportedly arrested and questioned by police but was released afterward, right back into the same asylum home in which he allegedly beat the Serbian couple.

Source:
Breitbart
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  • Daniel Sundkvist

    Still, we can not blame this on Germany. The problem lies with their home countries.

    • Dre Konrad

      Its the result of the German inferiority complex, and the guilt over the past.

  • Jean Collier

    This article is poorly written. Don’t you proofread?

    • Typical

      Well, most of it is quotes, so….

    • Fønixfjerden

      We ain’t all native speaker 😉

  • Julian C

    So Germany and Uberfuhrer Merkel invite muslims to enter en masse and bring their barbaric, murderous ‘culture; with them; muslime in refugee camp attacks two gay men nearly killing them. Germany refuses to put gay men in a place where will be safe from attack, and lets muslim who tried to kill them, go free and return to same camp the men will be sent back to. Cultural enrichment.

    • Fønixfjerden

      If it should sound German, it should be “Oberführer” 😉

      • Danlantic

        How about Akbarfűhrer?

  • daz2002

    The destruction of Europe is in full swing. It is a war and our leaders are complicit.

  • I_h8_disqus

    That activist sure is lslamophobic. He needs to be more culturally sensitive.

  • Mustafa Curtess

    Aren’t Serbians Christian? I thought Christians didn’t do such things. Oh wait — there was that genocide thing —–(very confusing).

    • Fønixfjerden

      It is so sad that some Christians don’t follow the Holy Bible. Attacking homosexuals is illegal in Christianity.

      • Mustafa Curtess

        The here is no difference between the “best” and the “worst” Christians. They do any thing they please – knowing that it will be “Forgiven In Jesus’ Holy Name”. “Illegal” equals “sinful” and all sin can be forgiven.
        Even so: It is NOT “illegal” to suppress, oppress, and withhold equal human rights from homosexuals. (It is even unacceptable for them to express their love in marriage.) Christianity is the greatest tyranny the human species has ever known – and no horror is too terrible to commit in its name.

        • DaisyToo

          You reveal yourself as someone suffering insanity.

    • DJ

      I mean, you clearly have issues with reading comprehension. The attacker was not named in this article. The people who ARE Serbian were the VICTIMS, the gay couple who were beaten for their sexuality in an Asylum Home for refugees, which probably house several other refugees that are probably the culprits of the attack. Does that help clear things up? You know, if you dislike living in a country that IS a Christian majority, I suggest you move to a different country that lacks said majority. Though, I can promise you that no country that is successful in today’s world is not drowning in blood from past atrocities.

      • Mustafa Curtess

        I read it again and it remains unclear. (Another reader commented that it is very poorly written.) It is clear that the victims are gay – and there is no reason to preclude that they were attacked by other Serbian “Christians”, only because they ARE gay. (There is some reason why the attackers were not identified in the article – altho the victims AND the asylum certainly must know who they were (especially since they were released back INTO the asylum).
        ( There’s nothing wrong with my reading comprehension – mine just may happen to be more critical and demanding than yours is.)
        Did you perchance notice the effort made by the author to imply that Muslims were involved – even in the (admitted) absence of identification? (Had Muslims been responsible – rest assured that the author would have emphasized it loud and clear from the first sentence.)
        (For personal reasons – all my empathy is with the victims.)
        Your “suggestion” that I dislike my country merely because I see some of its flaws and would like them to be corrected – is inappropriate.
        Rather: If YOU dislike living among citizens who are free to voice their opinions – I suggest that YOU move to a different country where that is not possible. (And there ARE many such choices available to you.)
        I appreciate your awareness that no “successful” nation has not committed its share of atrocities.

        • DJ

          That is all well and good, yet no one mentioned that they were, in fact, Christians. Not the couple, not the attackers, unless you could find it in an article where I could not, but then you would probably have been able to find the identity of the assailants in the first place. The inference of the attacker being Muslim is just simply because most refugees in Germany are, in fact, Muslim.

          Again, Christianity was not mentioned once in this article, but you go out of your way to attack Christianity. In fact, you mention Serbia has a high Christian population, inferring that the couple are probably Christian and now you say you empathize with the couple, but go to attack and demean their beliefs.

          There are few mass acts of terrorism that are done in the name of Christianity (sadly, there are still a handful of nut jobs), but try to focus on it as a whole in this country. An act of terrorism in the name of Christianity has to be expressly NAMED such. A shooting by a mentally deranged person who just went crazy does not count, even if the person had professed to being Christian, unless they state something like “FOR JESUS CHRIST!” then you will have a case.

          But, of course, you would be hard pressed to find any group that does not have such blood on their hands. Even Atheism (Russia slaughtered Christians during its Soviet days and Chairman Mao did not have any religion he believed in). And why do you randomly attack Christians in here? If you have a problem with religion in general, why not mention the Muslim massacres that happen on a daily basis?

          Also, I’m quite happy with people being able to voice their opinions, though I made the recommendation merely because, to me, you were the one who seems dissatisfied living among “Christians” and seem almost paranoid on a large scale of Christians, so I was merely recommending that you might feel more comfortable in a place away from such people.