Malmo, Sweden: A dangerous place for JewsMalmo, Sweden is a dangerous place to be a Jew these days. Tundra Tabloid reports that the rabbi of Malmo, Schneur Kesselman, notes that he hears 'Heil Hitler' and 'F***ing Jew' all the time now in Malmo. And that's the least of it.
Forget about the mythical unicorn of "Islamophobia", with more Muslims wanting to pour into Europe than ever before, the Organization of the Islamic Conference's habitual "cry of wolf", is falling on deaf ears. Jewish communities are being pressured in every quarter of Europe, save Finland, with Jews heading for greener pastures elsewhere as politicians choose to be more attentive to their larger Muslim constituency, at the expense of their smaller Jewish communities. That's the reality of it.TT then quotes the following from the Sweden, Israel and the Jews blog.
Read the whole thing.One of those exposed to anti-Semitic hate crime is Rabbi Shneur Kesselman of the Malmö Jewish community. He states in an interview with Expressen on March 5th that “ever since I came here people have been shouting ‘f***ing Jew’ and ‘heil Hitler’ at me.”What is worth noting about Rabbi Kesselman’s statement in Expressen is that out of the 65 incidents in 2009, according to the Skåne police, three of these incidents were directed at Kesselman. Yet according to Kesselman, 15 separate reports were filed concerning anti-Semitic hate crimes aimed towards him. The worst incident involved someone trying to run him over with a car. Apparently, the authorities have a different method for calculating these figures, as the full number of incidents does not appear in the Skåne police statistics.
...The most common anti-Semitic hate crimes have been graffiti or engraved swastikas or Stars of David on buildings or cars but there have also been several arson attacks on Jewish sites in Helsingborg as well as Malmö Jewish community.According to Expressen, some of the most serious anti-Semitic hate crimes occurred in Northwest Skåne where a family from Helsingborg was threatened with death and a man later tried to run their car off the road. In another northern Skåne town a man is suspected of etching a swastika into the hand of another person with sulphuric acid.
Hey folks - it's time to come home.