December 9, 2011, - 2:47 pm
Europe marches ever fast toward realizing the Muslim version of Hitler’s vision. But, hey, Muslim girls would never ever repeatedly beat a Jewish girl because–don’cha know?!–it’s the “Religion of Peace.” This is going on in Belgium, where, not too long ago, Jews were rounded up and deported to places like Auschwitz, Bergen Belsen, and Mathausen. And, ironically, in today’s Belgium, while Jews are beaten senseless by Muslims, the country was looking to pass a bill granting amnesty for Nazi war crimes. Oh, and the Belgian police told this girl to remain silent about the anti-Semitic torture her Muslim schoolmates inflicted on her. Check out who runs the Brussels public schools, too.
That Was Then . . .
This Is Now . . .
Her blue eyes still look empty, her blond hair hides the heavy strokes she received. For 10 days, 13-year-old Oceane Sluijzer didn’t leave her house, terrified, afraid to go out.
The fear to walk on the street on her own still paralyzes her, ever since that Friday, about two weeks ago, when five girls of Muslim descent, her schoolmates, humiliated her in public and assaulted her.
“Dirty Jew – go to your country,” they told her, grabbing her hair and slamming her head against their knees. Then they just left her there, at the sports center, not far from the school, while those who witnessed the incident quickly ran away.
Oceane is not alone. Camilla, 16, studies in the European school, considered the most prestigious in Brussels, where children of European representatives are sent to. She recently decided to leave the educational institution and move to the Jewish school after being harassed over her opinions and support for Israel.
But it seems that in Belgium of 2011, the law authorities, government and educational system have already given up. Complete disregard is apparently the way Belgians respond to anti-Semitic attacks these days.
“The police suggested that I keep quiet about the incident. They asked me, ‘Don’t say that it’s anti-Semitism,’” Oceane reveals. “They even suggested that I avoid going to the hospital.”
According to her father, Dan, “The police said they would collect the five girls’ testimonies and settle for that. If they attack her again in the future, they promised to act differently. The police wanted to bury this affair as soon as possible.”
The educational system’s response was similar. Oceane returned home that day and didn’t leave her house for the next 10 days, but no one at the school even bothered to check on her. Her schoolmates disappeared too.
“A week later, the principal called and asked me to visit his office with Oceane’s mother,” the father says. “He said he had decided to suspend the girls’ leader. I informed him that my daughter would not be returning to a school which is incapable of protecting her. As far as he was concerned, it was enough. It was the ideal solution.” . . .
Her father says his daughter has changed. “Suddenly I can’t touch her,” he notes. “A pat on the shoulder and she flinches. I’m very concerned.” . . .
She says the abuse was nothing new. The girls of Moroccan descent used to regularly address her with exclamations of contempt. . . .
“They followed me and began assaulting me. The attack lasted five minutes, which seemed eternal. A friend of mine of Indian descent was the only one who intervened. She tried to protect me. She prevented a disaster. Their hatred would have left me bleeding on the grass without anyone there to help me.”It turns out that the girls only found out about Oceane’s Jewish roots about a year ago.
“We’re Arab. We don’t want you to be part of our group,” they used to tell her. “The Muslim girls created a balance of fear threatening everyone. I got used to not having the Belgian girls defend me, because I knew they were scared too.”
Tensions mounted at the school every day. “I got used to being called a dirty Jew. It wasn’t unusual . . . .”
While the Moroccan girl has appealed the decision to suspend her and may return to the educational institution, Oceane must now look for a new school. . . .
“Until now I was never afraid to say that I’m Jewish, but it’s different now,” she says.
Oh, and look who’s running the Brussels educational system? Isn’t this special? . . .
The principal refused to talk to me although he was informed that an Israeli journalist was waiting for him.He sent me to Madame Fauzia Harisha, the Muslim woman in charge of the education portfolio at the Brussels City Hall. . . .
An unexpected attack came from US Ambassador to Belgium Howard Gutman, who suggested that the root cause of anti-Jewish hatred in Europe was the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Root causes, my butt. This guy is a schmuck and an Obama parrot. The root cause is Islam and Jew-hatred, plain and simple. Israel had nothing to do with it in 1939, and it has nothing to do with it now.
2011 Europe or 1941 Europe? It’s hard to tell, other than the fact that the Nazis in today’s Belgium are comprised of many Mohammeds, Hamidas, and Ahmeds.
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