Who are they hiding from? Muslims. But telling such truths is indictable in an increasingly Islamized West. Jews in the Netherlands and elsewhere in Europe have stopped wearing kippot and other visible signs of their Jewish identity, because if they do, they will be attacked by Muslim migrants. What everyone knows but refuses to speak about is the vicious and violent Jew-hatred endemic in the Muslim world. It is a central tenet of Islam, and anywhere Muslims immigrate, Jew-hatred and jihad follow. Mass Muslim immigration is finishing the job that Hitler began, and destroying European Jewry. Years of Muslim immigration have made life impossible for European Jews. Cities that had vibrant Jewish communities have been decimated. Jewish schools have become fortresses. Synagogues have become empty. In 2018, Jews are not able to walk the streets without being verbally or physically assaulted.
“Poll: 43% of Dutch Jews hide their identity,” World Israel News, November 27, 2018 (thanks to Mark):
Many Jews in the Netherlands fear exposing themselves as Jews, according to a survey conducted by Dutch current affairs program EenVandaag in consultation with the Central Jewish Board of the Netherlands and JMW, a Jewish social services group.
The survey included 557 Jews in the Netherlands with nearly half (47%) saying they didn’t feel free to be openly Jewish in the country, according to EenVandaag….
According to the EenVandaag poll, 43 percent of Dutch Jews change their appearance or clothing so they won’t be identified as Jews, i.e. hiding their yarmulke under a cap. Forty-eight percent sometimes avoid situations for fear of anti-Jewish remarks, the poll found.
Most of those who experienced anti-Jewish sentiment said it centered around remarks about the Israel-Arab conflict (89%)….
Several participants said that they are personally held accountable for Israel’s actions, according to EenVandaag. Israel is portrayed as the guilty party. “Then people personally speak to me about the actions of Israel by saying that ‘you’ have acted wrongly,” one participant wrote.
Not everything is linked to Israel. Three-quarters (74%) reported hearing stereotypes, occasionally jokes, about Jews, usually in connection with money. Fifty-one percent heard remarks connected to the Second World War. “The neighbor said that I only live here because they forgot to gas my family,” one wrote in the survey.
One in 10 Dutch Jews (11%) said they experienced violence. “I was threatened with a knife at the door, and finally ‘luckily’ he only scratched the car with a swastika,” one wrote.
“The word Jew has become an abuse in itself,” said another, according to EenVandaag.
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