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Submitted by myth (Germany), Aug 13, 2018 at 13:35

dhimmi no more, the newly arrived migrants where I live and me share the same closest supermarket. Judging from my vague supermarket poll you are right. The majority of migrants these days come from Africa (not North Africa). In similar fashion I count people who buy either pork or beer in the supermarket as non-Muslim. The new Africans tend to be beer drinkers.

The earlier immigration of actual Syrians is quite visible, or rather audible. Most times I spent a warm summer evening on a lake there were Syrian Arabic speakers doing just the same.

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