Chris Menahan

Christian refugee Spiro Haddad, 25, told German TV he fled Austria because he feared for his life after seeing how many fellow refugees “openly pledged to Al-Nusra and ISIS.”

Haddad spent €3,000 on smugglers to get into Austria but quickly realized he wasn’t safe revealing he was a Christian.

“They would soon make mosques out of the churches,” Haddad said. “I had to speak as they spoke, I could not contradict them.”

Haddad warned Europeans, saying “it’s not good that Europe is open to all.”

“ISIS and Al-Nusra want to destroy everything, even with you,” he said. “If you do not understand that, I’m pessimistic for the future of Europe.”