Germany's largest selling newspaper has issued a 50-point manifesto for migrants living in the country amid rising tensions.
Bild published the declaration calling upon migrants to "respect the values, democracy, and constitution" of Germany.
It comes after more than 11,000 people took to the streets of Kreuzberg in a mostly peaceful protest against the conflict in Gaza.
In the controversial piece titled "Germany: We have a problem", the newspaper said: “Our world is in chaos” and “Germany must now say NO! To anti-Semitism, to misanthropy, and to all those who say “no to us.”
Bild published the declaration calling upon migrants to 'respect the values, democracy, and constitution' of Germany
The statement goes on to suggest the “chaos” follows the arrival of “more than three million refugees, many of them from the Arab world” into Germany since 2015.
It adds: “We do not want to change our way of life just because we have guests.”
The controversial Bild 'manifesto' for migrants
The publication, which has a circulation of 1.3 million, also discusses "the importance" of learning the German language, respecting religious freedom, and not using social welfare benefits as a primary income source.
Other points include: “We don’t wear masks or veils; we look each other in the face,” “Many Germans eat pork,” and “Women who have affairs are not ostracised, let alone beaten or stoned!”
While point 9 of the manifesto reads: “We say please and thank you.” and point 19 states: "Women wear bikinis or bathing suits in the swimming pool. And if someone wants to swim naked in the Baltic Sea – that's okay too!"
The manifesto has since caused uproar online with many critics suggesting the publisher is pushing "exclusionary policies".
Writing on social media, one user wrote: "A summary of German racism to come in one badly written text.
"This is terrifying for any migrant in Germany and should be equally terrifying for any white person who has learned anything from the history of fascism."
It comes after more than 11,000 people took to the streets of Kreuzberg in a mostly peaceful protest against the conflict in Gaza
Another added: "By the way, the entire manifesto runs under the motto 'Never again is now.' So that's where we arrived: lessons from history mean dominant culture.
"And if things don't go well with democracy and the monopoly on violence, the migrants have to be blamed. Shameful."
A third said: "This is one of the more disturbing things I’ve read since this all started which is truly saying something."
However, others online argued the manifesto is reasonable.
One person wrote: "Brilliant Manifesto of the newspaper Bild! I subscribe to every word. When politicians fear for their votes, journalists show an example of civic maturity and courage."
Another added: "I don't see anything debatable in the manifesto they wrote.
"Anyone who has a problem with one or more of these is a radical. He should reconsider his decision to live here."