Over 300 German cities want more migrants despite crisis in housing and schools

Many of the migrants who entered Germany during the 2015/16 migrant crisis would be eligible for permanent residency under a new scheme from Germany’s far left government. (AP Photo/Darko Bandic, file)

Over 1.2 million migrants have arrived in Germany this year, effectively eclipsing the number of migrants who arrived during the height of the crisis in 2015 and 2016, but there are still over 300 German cities, counties and municipalities calling themselves “safe havens” for more migrants.

According to these 314 locations in Germany, they “welcome refugees and are ready to take in more people.” Together, they describe themselves as “a strong voice against the European policy of isolation.”

Berlin is one of the hardest hit cities in terms of Germany’s migrant crisis, but despite being forced to build a new migrant tent city to house the massive numbers, it also says it wants more migrants.

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