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27
Feb

ScandinaviaMuslims bring crime, rape, welfare abuse, and violence against Jews to Sweden.

Once staunch supporters of the Pro-Immigration Left in Malmo, Sweden, local Jews now say they are moving out to escape Muslim violence.

According to an English language Swedish news site, Malmo’s local Jewish community is rapidly declining. This is a trend all across Europe. Most notably in Paris where tens of thousands of Jews have already fled to the US, Canada, and Israel as the local Muslim population grows.

Often European news sites report violence against Jews and censor the perpetrators. The vast majority of political/religious/ethnic motivated violence towards Jews is committed by Muslims. The violence that is committed by white Europeans is done by members of far-left “anarchist” groups that have declared Israel to be the new “Apartheid State.” Many European media outlets have been hiding all this from the public. The times that the media has found instances of “right-wing” violence against Jews in Europe it always turned out to be a hoax.

Sweden’s “The Local” states at the end of its article that the violence is committed by “the left” and the “Muslim immigrant community.” The article states that there is “no concrete threat of violence” from “neo-nazis.” The paper even criticizes Malmo’s mayor, who is a member of a far-left party, for falsely blaming “extreme right-wingers” for violence against Jews. Most articles like these we have seen censor the real perpetrators and try to deliberately lead the reader to falsely assume that “neo-nazis” are the ones committing crimes against Jews.

Since the article was published, Malmo’s Muslim pandering left-wing mayor now says he was ignorant of the violence against Jews.

Ironically European Jews have consistently been among the strongest supporters of open borders. The very policy that has led to large numbers of Jews being attacked by Muslims across Europe.

From TheLocal.se

Threats and harassment are becoming increasingly commonplace for Jewish residents in Malmö in southern Sweden, leading many Jews to leave the city out of fear for their safety.

“Threats against Jews have increased steadily in Malmö in recent years and many young Jewish families are choosing to leave the city,” Fredrik Sieradzki of the Jewish Community of Malmö (Judiska Församlingen i Malmö) told The Local.

“Many feel that the community and local politicians have shown a lack of understanding for how the city’s Jewish residents have been marginalized.”

Last year there were 79 crimes against Jewish residents reported to the police in Malmö, roughly double the number reported in 2008, according to the Skånska Dagbladet newspaper.

“That probably doesn’t tell the whole story because not everyone chose to make a report. Perhaps they fear they will add to an already infected situation,” Susanne Gosenius, a hate crimes coordinator with the Skåne police, told the newspaper, which has published series of articles about the growing anti-Semitism in Malmö.

In addition, Jewish cemeteries and synagogues have repeatedly been defaced with anti-Semitic graffiti, and a chapel at another Jewish burial site in Malmö was firebombed in January of last year.

There are currently an estimated 3,000 Jews living in the south of Sweden, with most residing in Malmö, Helsingborg, and Lund.

About 700 currently belong to the Jewish Community of Malmö, but the group’s membership rolls have been dropping steadily in recent years.

“Threats against Jews have increased steadily in Malmö in recent years and many young Jewish families are choosing to leave the city,” Fredrik Sieradzki of the Jewish Community of Malmö (Judiska Församlingen i Malmö) told The Local.

“Many feel that the community and local politicians have shown a lack of understanding for how the city’s Jewish residents have been marginalized.”

Last year there were 79 crimes against Jewish residents reported to the police in Malmö, roughly double the number reported in 2008, according to the Skånska Dagbladet newspaper.

“That probably doesn’t tell the whole story becausenot everyone chose to make a report. Perhaps they fear they will add to an already infected situation,” Susanne Gosenius, a hate crimes coordinator with the Skåne police, told the newspaper, which has published series of articles about the growing anti-Semitism in Malmö.

In addition, Jewish cemeteries and synagogues have repeatedly been defaced with anti-Semitic graffiti, and a chapel at another Jewish burial site in Malmö was firebombed in January of last year.

There are currently an estimated 3,000 Jews living in the south of Sweden, with most residing in Malmö, Helsingborg, and Lund.

About 700 currently belong to the Jewish Community of Malmö, but the group’s membership rolls have been dropping steadily in recent years.