LESBOS, Greece (RNS) — When Muslim refugees arrive on this Greek island, it is more common for them to take selfies than to drop to their knees and pray, say refugee camp volunteers.

And recently, at Lesbos Solidarity-Pikpa, one of the three main camps on the island, a few talked about the suspicions they’ve encountered about their religious motivations — suspicions they say are unfounded.

A Syrian man, who gave his name as Murad, said: “Everybody says refugees are terrorists. Believe me, the terrorists stayed in their countries. They are fighting now, they are making business, they are living. But

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