Sweden: Jews hiding their identity as violent Islamic antisemitism increases

Thursday, December 5, 2019
By Paul Martin

DEC 5, 2019

“Jews in Sweden say that they are finding it harder to be openly Jewish as statistics show antisemitic attacks are rising across the country.” This is the inevitable fallout from vast Muslim migration; the same thing is happening in France and in Germany also.

It is particularly difficult for Jews in Malmö, Sweden: “the Jewish congregation of the southern Swedish city of Malmö has warned that rising antisemitism is turning the city into a no-go zone for Jews.” Bomb blasts are a part of life now in Malmo; the national bomb squad was called out to 30 blasts within two months.

Only a few years ago, Sweden was a peaceful and successful society, but like many other EU countries, its leaders flung open the doors to mass Muslim migration, which resulted in chaos. Sweden has now undergone a radical change. The violence there was even dubbed “the Arab Street” in a Bloomberg article that addressed the spread of anti-Jewish violence. A disturbing example: after Trump recognized Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, a “Malmö chant was reported as: ‘We have declared an intifada from Malmö. We want our freedom back. And we will shoot the Jews.’”

But Sweden is only one country that has been turned upside down as a result of vast Muslim migration. The same maladies of violence, intolerance, antisemitism, jihad and Islamic supremacy seen daily in many Islamic countries have now entered Western countries via mass migration from the Middle East and Africa. Why wouldn’t they?

“Antisemitic Attacks on the Rise Across Sweden,” by Chris Tomlinson, Breitbart, December 3, 2019:

Jews in Sweden say that they are finding it harder to be openly Jewish as statistics show antisemitic attacks are rising across the country.

According to statistics published by the Swedish Crime Prevention Council (Brå), the number of antisemitic attacks has increased from 182 in 2016 to 278 in 2018, a 52 per cent increase, Swedish broadcaster Sveriges Radio reports.

The broadcaster spoke to a Jewish mother who sends her children to the Hillel Jewish school in Stockholm but declined to give her name. “It is very, very sad that it is so. And it is, perhaps, something that makes us sometimes think about moving to another country where it would be easier to fully be who we are.”

Shari Tingman, Acting Group Chief and Preliminary Investigation Leader at Stockholm Police’s Democracy and Hate Crime Group, said police need to do more to understand Jewish culture. Tingman stated: “If the police department cannot understand the culture, how should we be able to work with what is happening out there?”

Several weeks ago, on the anniversary of the Nazi Kristallnacht, the Hillel school was vandalised when an individual drew a Star of David on the front door along with the word “Jew”.

The actual figures for antisemitic attacks could be much higher as many Jews do not report them to the police according to Isak Reichel, secretary-general of the Jewish Central Council.

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