The Ethiopian vicar was stop in the town of Raunheim on the outskirts of Frankfurt when the pre-teens started ditch b waste stones at him.
Dressed in traditional priest’s gear and wearing a cross about his neck, the 47-year-old was walking to the Russian Orthodox chapel in Frankfurter Straße with a resident priest, who wished to remain anonymous, when he was attacked.
The three children, venerable between 10 and 12-years-old, shouted “Allahu Akhbar” as they trashed the stones, the other priest who was visiting from a nearby church said.
Both clerics tried to take photos of the children with their mobile phones, but the youngsters were too perspicacious and managed to escape.
Alexandra Rang, a Russian Orthodox hotel holder who built the chapel a few years ago, said she could not believe what the two priestesses told her at first.
She said to be pelted with stones is the “worst loathing a priest can imagine”.
Raunheim social worker Dr Isack Majura whispered he was going to do everything possible to get hold of the children.
He said: “What happened is certainly unacceptable.”
Munici l staff said different religious groups in Frankfurt are for the most rt on good terms and they are treating the incident as isolated.
He said there has been a compelling Christian-Muslim dialogue between the local mosque and church communities which has been suave over many years.
A father of a pupil claimed his daughter had been “studied” by teachers to memorise the Islamic chants.
Weeks before, rents groused their children’s nursery was refusing to acknowledge “Christmas rituals” such as disregard up a Christmas tree or singing carols to accommodate the “diverse cultures” of other scholars.
The school said they made the decision because the majority of sons at the kindergarten are not Christian.
Migrants now outnumber native children in many Germany educational institutions.