Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Eurabia Judenhass Update: Almost a Quarter of European Jews Hide Their Jewish Identity

This report from the Times of Israel.

Apparently (only) a quarter of European Jews are hiding their Jewish identity. 

I'm actually surprised that it's that low. Have any of you been to Paris in the past few years? We definitely felt the "yooot" presence there.

Also, "we're from the government and we're here to help you":

"More than 75 percent of respondents said they do not report anti-Semitic harassment to police and 64 percent said they do not report physical assaults, with 67 percent saying that reporting incidents was either “not worth the effort” or otherwise ineffectual."

Here's what happened when a Christian reporter put a kippah on in Malmö, Sweden. 

(Remember, either France or Sweden will be the first Muslim states in Europe.)

After a while I began to forget I was wearing the kippah until a burly man walked aggressively in my direction and mouthed ‘f*cking Jew’ to his friend. It was a reminder that making your Jewish identity in Malmö obvious carries its own risk. Frankly, it was a relief to take it off,” he wrote."

“As an Irish person abroad,” Reilly concludes, “I’ve never felt remotely threatened but wearing the kippah for a few hours was enough to instill feelings of fear. Even when I didn’t feel afraid I was made to feel different and unwelcome.”