It’s the young and Muslim.
Islamic Jew hatred — it’s in the quran. It’s time that Jews start talking about it and stop attacking me for talking about it. There’s no one left to blame. There’s no ‘Operation Cast Lead’ or ‘Operation Protective Edge’ or some other Israel scapegoat excuse for Muslim Jew-hatred.
The jihad against the Jews is as old as Muhammad.
It’s not just France, it’s everywhere large Muslim populations have immigrated — UK, Denmark, Sweden, Germany — it’s all across Europe, and it’s here in America as well.
“Not all of the approximately 20 shops in the Hyper Cacher supermarket chain have such tight police protection. Yet following the attack in January, the French government assigned a total of 10,412 soldiers and policemen to guard hundreds of Jewish schools, synagogues and other Jewish institutions. Hundreds of additional uniformed and plainclothes personnel patrol what they consider high-risk areas — in other words, areas where many Jews live.” (source)
“Anti-Semitic attacks in France up 84% in early 2015,” By JTA, July 13, 2015
Record-breaking 508 anti-Jewish attacks — including Paris grocery store murders — registered between January and May
The number of anti-Semitic attacks recorded in France during the first quarter of 2015 increased by 84 percent over the corresponding period last year, a watchdog group said.
The SPCJ security service (Service de Protection de la Communauté Juive) of France’s Jewish communities released the figures Monday in a quarterly report that counted 508 anti-Semitic acts recorded between January and May.
In the first four months of 2014, SPCJ recorded 276 incidents between January and May out of a total of 851 that year, making 2014 second only to the 974 incidents recorded in 2004 by the service. In all of 2013, SPCJ documented 423 incidents.
The worst of the attacks this year occurred on January 9, when an Islamist terrorist killed four Jewish shoppers at a kosher supermarket.
Of the anti-Semitic incidents recorded in the first quarter this year, 121, or 23 percent, were classified by SPCJ as violent. The proportion of violent attacks was slightly higher in the first quarter of 2014, with 27 percent of the total, or 76 attacks.
Death threats accounted for 387 incidents out of the total in the first four months of 2015, slightly more than three-quarters of the incidents.
In 2012, the slaying of three children and a rabbi at a Jewish school in Toulouse by a jihadist spurred a spike in anti-Semitic incidents throughout France.
PJC reported that the time that the spike may have been driven by those inspired by the attack to target Jews.
SPCJ documented more than 90 anti-Semitic incidents in the 10 days that followed the shooting.
However, an ADL poll released last month showed that anti-Jewishs entiment in France, Belgium and Germany actually dipped after attacks.
Officials are expecting record number of French Jews to immigrate to Israel this year amid fears of rising anti-Semitism.
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