Skip to comments.Jewish burial chapel attacked in Malmö
Posted on 01/13/2009 8:00:58 PM PST by Bushwacker777
"Fire-fighters quickly bought the fire under control and little damage is reported to have been inflicted on the chapel.
"The fire was extinguished at 5.37am," an operator at SOS Alarm said to Sydsvenska Dagbladet.
Malmö police confirm that this is the third time in recent weeks that the chapel has been the target of attacks.
Jews living in Sweden have come under increasing threat recently following a rise in anti-Semitic attacks around the country in the wake of Israel's campaign against Gaza-based Hamas militants.
The Israeli embassy in Stockholm has been targeted with offensive graffiti, and a Jewish centre in Helsingborg has been the subject of repeated arson attacks, as tensions rise, and the bombing of Gaza continues."
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Time for Jews to leave Europe.
Thank you for the thread. I already know about it. My maternal grandparents are buried there. We actually just unveiled the stone for their grave in November. I would really hate to think that the graveyard has been desecrated as it has in the past. A few years ago, someone tried to burn down the chapel.Sadly, Sweden is importing antisemites in a suicidal immigration policy. Swedes may not care about Jews, but they should worry about the gangs of "youths" that target scantly clad women for rape. And they should worry that their welfare system has become virtual Jizya, for the hordes, who are still not about individual Razzias.
But moving them is not a question. My grandfather used to clean up antisemitic graffiti. I asked him why he did it. He explained that he fled the shtetl as a young man with 4 brothers. His parents, grandparents, were all liquidated along with the shtetl. Their farm is gone, with surviving livestock taken by gentile neighbors. Despite running he buried 2 brothers killed by the Nazis while fleeing. Another brother died in a gulag, while his youngest died soon after going to Palestine, from a cancer developed mining in a Soviet Gulag. You cant escape it, only to stop antisemitism where it starts.
Learning of the increasing accidents and fires at Jewish shops in Malmo broke his heart, as he was dying, but he would not leave. And I wouldnt dishonor his memory by moving him and my grandmother. I still have family and dear family friends in Malmo. I fear for their safety.
I don't care if someone calls me a racist or "Islamophobe". There is nothing irrational about fearing the Eurabian conquest, as Europe integrates wit the Mediterranean and debates letting in Turkey!
The treasonous political class in Sweden is hiding the full extent of the situation.
Islam is not very much of a religion. It's actually a scheme of conquest - to a large extent one by the sword.
If I'm wrong, I wonder why so many followers of the Jain tradition (Jainism is a true pacifist religion most people probably would agree), just as a matter of example, fled Lahore at the time of the partition of India in the late 1940s.
I can't recall having heard a Muslim condemn an atrocity committed by a non-Muslim toward another non-Muslim. Is my memory really that bad?
I feel pity for innocent children in Gaza having been born into the hell that presently surround them, but as long as their parents and adult relatives continue to vote for Hamas their own family must be viewed as their worst of enemies.
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