SWITZERLAND: Christian student bullied out of school for refusing to convert to Islam

Peter is a sixth grade pupil who always enjoyed school until a Muslim classmate began making his life miserable. Ali (name changed) has been badgering him to give up his religion and accept Islam. The teacher’s attempts to intervene have failed.

Islam vs Europe  In Peter’s class, 14 of the 19 school pupils are Muslim. Ali, whose father is a Muslim imam, volunteered to give Peter religious instruction. Only if he were a Muslim, could they be friends.

Ali made fun of Christianity. How is it possible that Jesus is the son of God, asked Ali maliciously. As the class visited a mosque during religious instruction, Ali demanded that Peter pray to Allah. One day Ali gave his classmates a religious pamphlet of the German convert and hate preacher Pierre Vogel, who is banned from Switzerland. 

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Peter had the courage to tell the whole class that he wasn’t going to let himself be converted to Islam. Ali’s answer: “You are possessed by the devil”. Afterwards other Muslim classmates also turned away from Peter. The conflict climaxed in two classmates holding Peter while Ali threw ping pong balls at him, continually shouting: “Die!”

Peter suffered ever more often from headaches and stomach pains and developed anxiety disorders. For that reason his mother took him out of the school and began home schooling him. 

For several months now, Peter has been receiving therapeutic treatment. His psychiatrist confirms that the psychosomatic symptoms were caused by “fear of classmates”. “Because of the adaptation disorder with anxiety and depressive reactions, Peter is currently seriously impaired in his personal and educational development,” writes the doctor in an expert opinion. “In the last three years similar reactions to school attendance were seen based on conflicts that were mostly caused by the sociocultural differences in Peter’s class.” 

In a similar case, a Muslim school pupil, whose female classmates wore short skirts and close-fitting T-shirts, delivered an ultimatum to them to dress more modestly.

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