via BREAKING911: A school in Lubek, Germany, has included practical work experience at a local asylum center into a week activities. The plan has sparked outrage with parents that opposed the idea of their children changing bed sheets, helping to cook food and sorting clothes for refugees.
An snippet from a letter that was posted on Facebook by a mother who obtained it from a friend whose son was handed it at school. At first the text sparked a mixture of disbelief on social media, but a local newspaper confirmed the document was legitimate.
“I am definitely not a hater, I am super tolerant, but this is taking the matter a bit too far. Is there a new discipline at school which is called servitude?” the post reads.
The post gained a lot of attention on social media, with over 2,000 shares and more than 600 comments.
The Ministry of Education has made it clear that starting this week, 13-14-year-old eighth-graders from one school in the city of Lübeck have been putting fresh linen on refugees’ beds, helping out in the kitchen of the asylum seekers’ center and sorting clothes collected for the migrants. The chores last from 8:30am till 1:30pm.
Reports have recently emerged with Germans expressive their discontent with the Syrian refugees living nearby or making threats towards asylum-seekers on social media could could be labeled radical and xenophobic, which eventually could cost them their jobs and children.