A terrorism expert says recent troubling events in Germany suggest that native Europeans are growing tired of the massive number of Muslims flowing into their countries.
David Rubin, an author and former mayor of the Israeli city of Shiloh, predicts that unrest is coming to Germany and other European countries.
That prediction comes after two-thirds of Germans said in a January poll that they doubt their government can handle the country's migrant problem.
The poll was conducted by German public broadcaster ZDF, which surveyed 1,203 respondents. That number is up 20 points from December, coming after Muslim migrants rampaged on New Year's Eve, surrounding and assaulting German women in public.
Approximately 1.1 million Muslims arrived in Germany throughout 2015, seeking asylum in one of the continent's most prosperous countries.
In a November immigration story, OneNewsNow reported that a German politician predicted the country is sliding toward civil war due to the flow of immigrants.
Yet another story noted that Europeans are buying up firearms if they can get them and other weapons, such as pepper spray, if they can't.
It remains unknown for now, Rubin says, if any attacks on Muslims would come from native Germans, since the "specter" of Nazi Germany still hangs over the country and Muslims will claim they are victims.
"We know that that's not true," Rubin argues. "Any comparisons to World War Two and the Holocaust are obscene, because the Jews just wanted to be loyal citizens of Germany and the other countries that they lived in in Europe."
Muslims flooding into Europe, he says, aren't looking to be "loyal citizens" but want to take over the continent for Islam.