Europeans have opened their hearts once again to Muslim refugees by bringing ten tons of Christmas gifts to the Calais refugee camp known as “The Jungle.” As winter sets in, the PETA Organization has donated real fur coats and leather shoes to the refugees worth half a million pounds. PETA director Mimi Mekhechi said, “Cold refugees are the only people with any excuse to wear fur and will stay warm this winter.” Not everyone is in agreement with Mimi Mekhechi. According to one citizen in the UK, there are over 90,000 homeless people living on their streets who could also use fur coats from PETA but for some reason they are not eligible. He said, We are a kind and caring people, but not to our own. Another citizen questioned why PETA was still in possession of these fur coats when he was led to believe the coats would be destroyed. Some French citizens insist that those who are building heated cabins and sending provisions for the refugees are encouraging them to not comply with the registration, job searches and legal entry into their country. They do not understand why the immigrants are refusing to go through the proper channels in order to enter France. News sources have reported that the refugees are waiting to go to Britain where there are greater benefits. If they cannot go to Britain they say they will remain in Calais indefinitely. Calais has become like a city with mosques, several restaurants, a book shop and a dome shaped structure that is also used as an art gallery and a nightclub serving beer. There are plenty of games and entertainments for the children including playground facilities. There are tables that have been set up as recharging stations for iPhones and other electronic gadgetry. Jaimie Oliver's staff is serving Christmas dinner to the campers in Calais while hundreds of British citizens have traveled there to deliver 10 tons of Christmas presents to the refugees. These British citizens have given up Christmas holiday with their own families in order to give to those they feel are less fortunate. Many Christian churches and charities have joined them in this charity drive to provide warm clothing, toys, food and other necessities. The British people have truly demonstrated great compassion towards the Muslim immigrants this Christmas season. It was a surprise to learn that David Cameron came under fire for speaking about the Christian values of Britain in a Christmas message he delivered. He stated that Christian values have been key in making his country a successful home to people of all faiths and none. A Spokesman for the National Secular Society voiced his displeasure over David Cameron stating that Britain is a Christian nation. Yet looking at the evidence one must conclude that David Cameron is right. It is the love of God that has moved the hearts of the British people to set aside their own families at Christmas to reach out to others. Let us hope that the Muslim refugees of Calais will remember the unselfish acts of the European people to help them in their time of need. Perhaps one day they will have the opportunity to do some act of kindness for the good people of Europe and express their gratitude for showing them the incomparable love of Jesus Christ who is Lord and God over all. Merry Christmas, Calais.