BERLIN: A hotline service has been founded in Germany that will save people from religious extremism and provide them with help in such cases.
This hotline provides people with the guidelines on how they could keep themselves and their families away from extremist tendencies.
Although the hotline had been established in 2012, despite a lapse of six years, Germany’s Federal Office for Immigration and Immigrants faces shortage of people who could interpret the Islamic beliefs and provide advice.
According to supervisor of this headline, around 80 people are providing such facilities while the manpower was being increased in all the provinces.
Last year, around 800 people called on this helpline to ask for assistance.