Leaving Malmo - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Xena
    • 11.07.10 | 21:25 (IDT)

    There are many interesting points in this article. (1) the Muslim population has not managed to integrate into Swedish society; (2) a majority of Muslim aged 18-34 don’t speak Swedish and therefore cannot find jobs; (3) anti-Israel propaganda is fed via satellite by Arab TV channels; (4) local and national government is powerless. It is obvious that the grand social welfare and open immigration policies have failed completely and totally with the Muslims who have settled in Sweden. This is reflected in other European countries. Good citizenship requires that you adapt yourself to your host country. If you can’t do this (surely a minimum requirement should be to learn the language of your new country), then you really have no place in that country. The tragedy is that the Muslims are consciously separating themselves from their host countries (whining and complaining as usual that they are being discriminated against). Much worse, is the new partnerships between radical Muslims and the European Left, the violence and the renewed and virulent anti-Semitism directed at Jews and Israel (very disingenuous of them to say ‘but I am not anti-Semitic only anti-Zionist’). I doubt very much that “dialogue forums” can repair the damage, especially if "Swedes (and their Muslim citizens) don’t understand why swastikas are bad and how they offend Jews.” According to Gosenius, 30% of the hate crimes in the Malmo region are anti-Semitic”. The Jews of Malmo (as well as other European cities) are not safe and the people of Melmo are right to be frightened – because it will get worse.

    from the article: Jews reluctantly abandon Swedish city amid growing anti-Semitism
    First published 16:36 11.07.10 | Last updated 16:36 11.07.10
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