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A new report on Monday found that Muslims living in Germany were about twice as likely to say they had helped refugees than Christians.

The poll by the Bertelsmann Stiftung showed that, with 44 percent of Muslim reporting that they had worked to help refugees, followers of Islam were more socially engaged than any other religious group.

About one in five Christians (21 percent) also said that they had helped refugees within the past year. And 17 percent of religiously unaffiliated respondents said they had volunteered their time or efforts.


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