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I say a little prayer on an open thread

“This new hatred comes from Muslim immigrants. The Jewish people are afraid now.”

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And as overwhelmed as Europe is with a hostile invading army — the Euro-Med project is slated to flood Europe with an overwhelming jihad army. Under the Euro-Med partnership, Islamic countries will have full freedom of movement and be able to send millions of Muslims, without papers, into Europe. This is why America saved Europe? All the blood and treasure to deliver Europe into the jaws of the Muslim horde.

In dense Muslim communities in the US we are witnessing the same ugly trend.

Armaros correctly declares,

"The REICH is on the march, Jews are violated, intimidated and attacked while the gentiles are denied study of the holocaust by Muslim hordes who are now involved in a Europe wide campaign to remove holocaust education from societies and who now are calling the shots in the political world. They multiply like rats, infesting city after city bringing their Mufti Inspired hatred back into Europe to lay the ground for a new holocaust.

Ilan Halimi, Malmo, the London Marches, the Mancherster banning of Israeli speakers are all previews of the Gazafication of Europe city by city, town by town. All part of the plan to re-ignite antisemitism once more and to change Europe into a Islamo- socialist superstate.

Europe is importing their new Nazi occupiers. At least back in the day they had to come in tanks. Now they are brought in via multiculturalist fanatics who want to destroy their own societies in the service of Islam. Islam the new socialism, the new hatred and the new reality.

What gain can these savage hordes bring to a Western Country????

Do they create jobs? No. Do they work? No. Do they enrich the culture with their JIhad, misogyny, genital mutilation and honor killings?

Do they bring any positive value to anybody? None. They are scum. They are like the orcs in Lord of the Rings, destroy, consume and infect everything in their path.
What advantage can they provide aside from votes to discredited leftist politicians who used to champion the USSR and would champion any force no matter how evil and depraved for their own deluded totalitarian goals.

Here is more on the Jews fleeing Europe (Sweden and Paris, for example) that I have been covering. Israel is essential. And I pray dearly that in the ungodly event that Tehran or its jihadi proxies (Hez'ballah, Hamas etc) target Israel with a nuke, that she retaliate with everything she has at Tehran, Mecca, and Medina……………

Not to mention Europe. They  exterminated all their Jews, but that wasn't enough. Those monsters then went on to import the next generation of Jew
killers.

Jews
leave Swedish city after sharp rise in anti-Semitic hate crimes

Telegraph

Judy sweden

 Judith Popinski pictured next to the White Bus at the Red Cross museum in Malmo,
Sweden Photo: SCANPIX

When she first arrived in Sweden after her rescue from a Nazi concentration
camp, Judith Popinski was treated with great kindness.

She raised a family in the city of Malmo, and for the next six decades lived
happily in her adopted homeland – until last year.

In 2009, a chapel serving the city's 700-strong Jewish community was set
ablaze. Jewish cemeteries were repeatedly desecrated, worshippers were abused on
their way home from prayer, and "Hitler" was mockingly chanted in the streets by
masked men.

"I never thought I would see this hatred again in my lifetime, not in Sweden
anyway," Mrs Popinski told The Sunday Telegraph.

"This new hatred comes from Muslim immigrants. The Jewish people are
afraid now."

Malmo's Jews, however, do not just point the finger at bigoted Muslims and
their fellow racists in the country's Neo-Nazi fringe. They also accuse Ilmar
Reepalu, the Left-wing mayor who has been in power for 15 years, of failing to
protect them.

Mr Reepalu, who is blamed for lax policing, is at the centre of a growing
controversy for saying that what the Jews perceive as naked anti-Semitism is in
fact just a sad, but understandable consequence of Israeli policy in the Middle
East.

While his views are far from unusual on the European liberal-left, which
is often accused of a pro-Palestinian bias, his Jewish critics say they
encourage young Muslim hotheads to abuse and harass them.

The future looks so bleak that by one estimate, around 30 Jewish families
have already left for Stockholm, England or Israel, and more are preparing to
go.

With its young people planning new lives elsewhere, the remaining Jewish
households, many of whom are made up of Holocaust survivors and their
descendants, fear they will soon be gone altogether. Mrs Popinski, an
86-year-old widow, said she has even encountered hostility when invited to talk
about the Holocaust in schools.

"Muslim schoolchildren often ignore me now when I talk about my
experiences in the camps," she said. "It is because of what their parents tell
them about Jews. The hatreds of the Middle East have come to Malmo. Schools in
Muslim areas of the city simply won't invite Holocaust survivors to speak any
more."

Notice how similar this is to
the UK. Where also Muslims are leading a concerted effort to remove holocaust
study from schools using threats and blackmail of teachers and
educators.

Hate crimes, mainly directed against Jews, doubled last year with Malmo's
police recording 79 incidents and admitting that far more probably went
unreported. As of yet, no direct attacks on people have been recorded but many
Jews believe it is only a matter of time in the current climate.

The city's synagogue has guards and rocket-proof glass
in the windows, while the Jewish kindergarten can only be reached through
thick steel security doors.

It is a far cry from the city Mrs Popinski arrived in 65 years ago, half-dead
from starvation and typhus.

At Auschwitz she had been separated from her Polish family, all of whom were
murdered. She escaped the gas chambers after being sent as a slave labourer.
Then she was moved to a womens' concentration camp, Ravensbrück, from where she
was then evacuated in a release deal negotiated between the Swedish Red Cross
and senior Nazis, who were by then trying to save their own lives.

After the war, just as liberal Sweden took in Jews who survived the Holocaust
as a humanitarian act, it also took in new waves of refugees from tyranny and
conflicts in the Middle East. Muslims are now estimated to make up about a fifth
of Malmo's population of nearly 300,000.

"This new hatred from a group 40,000-strong is focused on a small group of
Jews," Mrs Popinski said, speaking in a sitting room filled with paintings and
Persian carpets.

"Some Swedish politicians are letting them do it, including the mayor. Of
course the Muslims have more votes than the Jews."

The worst incident was last year during Israel's brief war in Gaza, when a
small demonstration in favour of Israel was attacked by a screaming mob of Arabs
and Swedish leftists, who threw bottles and firecrackers as the police looked
on.

"I haven't seen hatred like that for decades," Mrs Popinski said. "It
reminded me of what I saw in my youth. Jews feel vulnerable here now."

The problem is becoming an embarrassment for the Social Democrats, the
mayor's party.

Their national leader Mona Sahlin – the woman who is likely to become the
next prime minister after an election later this year – last week travelled to
Malmo to meet Jewish leaders, which they took to be a sign that at last
politicians are waking to their plight. After the meeting, the mayor, Mr
Reepalu, also promised to meet them.

A former architect, he has been credited with revitalising Malmo from a
half-derelict shipbuilding centre into a vibrant, prosperous city with
successful IT and biotech sectors.

His city was – until recently at least – a shining multicultural success
story, and has taken in proportionally more refugees than anywhere else in
Sweden, a record of which it is proud.

Sweden has had a long record of offering a safe haven to Jews, the first of
whom arrived from the east in the mid-nineteenth century. Today the Jewish
population is about 18,000 nationally, with around 3000 in southern Sweden.

The mayor insisted to The Sunday Telegraph that he was opposed to
anti-Semitism, but added: "I believe these are anti-Israel attacks, connected to
the war in Gaza.

"We want Malmo to be cosmopolitan and safe for everybody and we have taken
action. I have started a dialogue forum. There haven't been any attacks on
Jewish people, and if Jews from the city want to move to Israel that is not a
matter for Malmo."

Sweden has had a long record of offering a safe haven to Jews, the first of
whom arrived from the east in the mid-nineteenth century. Today the Jewish
population is about 18,000 nationally, with around 3000 in southern Sweden.

“Jews came to Sweden to get away from persecution, and now they find it is no
longer a safe haven,” said Rabbi Shneur Kesselman, 31. “That is a horrible
feeling.”

One who has had enough is Marcus Eilenberg, a 32-year-old Malmo-born lawyer,
who is moving to Israel in April with his young family.

"Malmo has really changed in the past year," he said. "I am optimistic by
nature, but I have no faith in a future here for my children. There is
definitely a threat.

"It started during the Gaza war when Jewish demonstrators were attacked. It
was a horrible feeling, being attacked in your own city. Just as bad was the
realisation that we were not being protected by our own leaders."

Mr Eilenberg said he and his wife considered moving to Stockholm where Jews
feel safer than in Malmo. "But we decided not to because in five years time I
think it will be just as bad there," he said.

"This is happening all over Europe. I have cousins who are leaving their
homes in Amsterdam and France for the same reason as me."

Malmo's Jews are not the only ones to suffer hate crimes.

At the city's Islamic Centre, the director Bejzat Becirov pointed out a
bullet hole in the window behind the main reception desk.

Mr Becirov, who arrived in 1962 from the former Yugoslavia, said that windows
were regularly smashed, pig's heads had been left outside the mosque, and
outbuildings burnt down – probably the acts of Neo-Nazis who have also baited
Jews in the past.

He said that the harassment of Jews by some young Muslims was "embarrassing"
to his community. Many of them are unemployed and confined to life on bleak
estates where the Scandinavian dream of prosperity and equality seemed far away.

For many of Malmo's white Swedish population, meanwhile, the racial problems
are bewildering after years of liberal immigration policies.

"I first encountered race hatred when I was an au pair in England and I was
shocked," said Mrs Popinski's friend Ulla-Lena Cavling, 72, a retired teacher.

"I thought 'this couldn't happen in Sweden'. Now I know otherwise."

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