Dutch Christian relief organizations report that Muslim immigrants who convert to Christianity are regularly threatened or bullied, with some saying they get death threats “every single day.”
In an article published this week by Crux, a U.S.-based online Catholic news outlet, three former Muslims living in the Netherlands relate the hostility they suffer for their decision to convert to Christianity.
One man, an Iraqi national named Faradoun Fouad, said he converted in 1999 and soon after began receiving death threats.
“Directly after my conversion to Christianity I received the first threats. People who I thought were my friends, became my enemies,” he said.