The Danish Red Cross is at odds with a recent survey which says that refugees who convert to Christianity are harassed in asylum centres.
Some 40 percent of refugees who are recent converts report being harassed, according to a survey published in Kristeligt Dagblad. The survey received a response from 14 of the 41 priests who received it. According to those responses, 103 of 228 converts had been made a target due to their decision to leave Islam.
However, a study done by the Danish Red Cross in January seemed to contradict the recent survey, according to Carsten Isaksen, a manager at the Danish Red Cross.