The German military is becoming increasingly multicultural, but the Bundeswehr reportedly has yet to provide chaplains for its growing ranks of Muslims and Jews.

Of the more than 254,000 troops, an estimated 1,000 are Muslim, and 200 are Jews, but they have no religious counsel, daily Die Welt reported on Tuesday.

"I have never had a bad experience," 31-year-old Muslim soldier Arif Ünal told the paper.

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