Gaza in MalmoTwo weeks ago, I reported on a confrontation in Malmo, Sweden between pro-Israeli and pro-terror demonstrators. On Sunday, there was another pro-Israel demonstration in Malmo, and this time the pro-terror demonstrators fired a rocket (no, I'm not kidding) on the pro-Israel demonstrators. You'll find lots about this story (including video) at the Infidel Bloggers Alliance and at Gates of Vienna.
The pro-Israel demonstrators had been isolated in a central city square to 'protect' them. Blogger Ted Ekeroth, who was present at the scene, makes an excellent point (quote from Gates of Vienna).
According to the commander of the police operation, the organizers of the manifestation wanted to seal the square off for security reasons. I, however, think that the point of the manifestation was lost when no “outsiders” could see or hear what we had to say. When you show support for something in public, you do that for a reason — for others to see and hear. This was not possible due to that the area was completely sealed of and the only ones that could hear us were the police and the hateful Arab mob. The point of a public manifestation was lost…Danish blogger Snaphanen was also there (link in Danish, but there's a Google translate button on the side) and took several pictures, including the one at the top of this post.
Make sure to check out the links above. The Arabs apparently think that by bringing Gaza into living rooms all over Europe (and the US will be next), they will be able to convince the West to force Israel to give up. But our clenched fists show that we won't give up. No one is going to force us to commit suicide for the Muslims. And the Europeans will eventually come to understand - hopefully not too late - that we are the canary in the coal mine. The Muslims are after Europe as well.