February 1, 2010, - 2:40 pm
First, the Israeli Davis Cup Tennis Team couldn’t play tennis in public in Malmo, Sweden because savage Muslims would endanger their lives and probably rip them to shreds and the Swedish simply didn’t believe they could control the rioting crowd.
Malmo, Sweden: Sophisticated, Modern European Judenrein City . . .
That Was Then . . .
This Is Now . . .
Now, Jews have to leave Malmo altogether as Krystallnacht [The Night of the Broken Glass, the unofficial beginning of the full-blown Holocaust] echoes in the heavy Malmo air. In the same country, late last year Mohamed Omar, one of the most prominent “moderate” Muslims announced he’s forming an anti-Zionist (read: anti-Jewish) political party. As longtime readers know, we’ve covered the disturbing takeover of Malmo by Muslim immigrants, who’ve made it no longer possible for Jews to live there. Reader Carl, a gentile Malmo expatriate, now living in the U.S. lamented what Islam did to his city.
When Muslims continue to multiply in the U.S. and also swell their ranks through legal and illegal immigration and terrorist anchor babies, where will the Jews go 100 years from now? There will be no place left. Unfortunately, the self-appointed, unrepresentative, inept, pandering Jewish “leadership” in America continue to pander to these extremist Muslims, helping push for their immigration, and eating falafel sandwiches with them, as if this will make the impending problem go away. It won’t.
Just ask the Jews, soon-to-be-formerly, of Malmo. The Judenrein never ended. It merely took a brief pause so that Nazis could be replaced with far more venomous Muslims.
Threats and harassment are becoming increasingly commonplace for Jewish residents in Malmö in southern Sweden, leading many Jews to leave the city out of fear for their safety.
“Threats against Jews have increased steadily in Malmö in recent years and many young Jewish families are choosing to leave the city,” Fredrik Sieradzki of the Jewish Community of Malmö (Judiska Församlingen i Malmö) told The Local. . . .
Last year there were 79 crimes against Jewish residents reported to the police in Malmö, roughly double the number reported in 2008, according to the Skånska Dagbladet newspaper.
That’s a very high number because there are only 700 Jews in Malmo, meaning that there’s an 11% hate crime rate against Jews, and that one in every nine Jews there will be attacked, with the number growing and doubling.
“That probably doesn’t tell the whole story because not everyone chose to make a report. Perhaps they fear they will add to an already infected situation,” Susanne Gosenius, a hate crimes coordinator with the Skåne police, told the newspaper, which has published series of articles about the growing anti-Semitism in Malmö.
In addition, Jewish cemeteries and synagogues have repeatedly been defaced with anti-Semitic graffiti, and a chapel at another Jewish burial site in Malmö was firebombed in January of last year.
There are currently an estimated 3,000 Jews living in the south of Sweden, with most residing in Malmö, Helsingborg, and Lund.
About 700 currently belong to the Jewish Community of Malmö, but the group’s membership rolls have been dropping steadily in recent years.
“It’s sort of a downward spiral,” Sieradzki told The Local.
“People want to maintain their Jewish traditions, but when they see others leave after being threatened, they begin to question whether or not they want to stay here.”
Skånska Dagbladet highlighted the case of Marcus Eilenberg, a 32-year-old father of two who has decided to move to Israel.
“My children aren’t safe here. It’s going to get worse,” he told the newspaper
Eilenberg’s family on his mother’s side has roots in Malmö that date back to the 1800s, while his father’s parents came to Sweden in 1945 after surviving Auschwitz.
He describes for the newspaper how people call him “damn Jew” (‘jävla jude’) when he walks to synagogue and that his friends are frequently harassed and threatened.
“Imagine that my family can’t feel safe in fantastic Sweden. It’s really terrible,” Eilenberg told Skånskan.
Yeah, “fantastic” Sweden. Clearly, it ain’t so fantastic. And all the IKEAs in the world aren’t gonna change that.
He blamed part of the problem on passive local politicians who he believes have failed to openly distance themselves from anti-Semitism and refuse to act when members of the Jewish community find themselves under constant threat.
Sieradzki agrees that the attitudes of Malmö politicians, especially Social Democrat city council chair Ilmar Reepalu, have allowed anti-Semitism to fester. . . .
“It’s the far-left that commonly use Jews as a punching bag for their disdain toward the policies of Israel, even if Jews in Malmö have nothing to do with Israeli politics. . . .
In addition to the far-left, Sieradzki said that a “very small segment” of the city’s growing population of Muslim immigrants from Arab countries in the Middle East are also responsible for growing anti-Semitism.
“This is a small group of extremists who have decided to go after Jews wherever they are in the world and regardless of their relationship to Israel,” he said. . . .
“If you read between the lines, he [Reepalu] seems to be suggesting that the violence directed toward us is our own fault simply because we didn’t speak out against Israel,” Sieradzki explained.
“We’re a non-political, cultural and religious organization, and there are all kinds of Jews in Malmö.
Sieradzki admitted he is currently “pessimistic” about the future of the Jewish community in Malmö, saying that there needs to be a “complete change in attitude” among the city’s politicians if the situation is going to improve.
“These issues need to be taken seriously,” he said, arguing that there needs to be a dialogue involving politicians, Islamic groups, and the Jewish community.
“But right now many Jews in Malmö are really concerned about the situation here and don’t believe they have a future here.”
No, they don’t. But, where do they have a future? Where do Westerners and Christians have a future?
Not in any country that continues to allow Muslims into its borders and, once inside, to metastasize the cancer by having a gazillion Muslim offspring. And that means, us, America.
What are we doing to stop this from becoming America’s future? Nothing. And, now, it may already be too late.
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