German Roman Catholic Archbishop Ludwig Schick has condemned the violence of Islamic extremist migrants toward Christians and Christian converts, saying that the "highest alertness" is required.

Archbishop Schick made his remarks after a new report released by the German government showed that 100 Christians including a convert who was murdered were victims of religiously-motived violence last year, Die Welt reports.

The Archbishop made explicit reference to newly arrived Muslim migrants, saying some asylum seekers "do not understand or accept the liberal order of our country, even some of those who arrived are not refugees but terrorists. That's a fact we have to respond to."

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