Monday, June 29, 2015

"Jewish Europeans Seek Safe Haven in Montreal" UPDATED!

French Jews are choosing to leave with suitcases, rather than in coffins.

"I get at least two or three calls a week from French clients asking me to help their friends and family who are planning to leave France soon,” said Brittney Rozenblat, real estate broker with Rozenblat Realty Group. “I know Jewish organizations here have also seen a significant increase in inquiries from French Jews wanting to immigrate and establish a new life in Montreal.”

"Rozenblat started noticing this trend in 2012 after the attack on a Jewish school in Toulouse that killed four people, including three children, but says it has definitely increased following the Charlie Hebdo killings and the hostage-taking and shootings in a Jewish neighbourhood in Paris in January."

“Many young families that are coming from France do not want to expose their children to the anti-Semitism they have faced there,” she added.

“They definitely fear for the safety of their children.”

It's Canada or Israel. 

Montreal  in particular and Canada in general is relatively safe for Jews for now.

However, Canada's stupidly generous immigration and refugee policy vis a vis countries that are governed by sharia and not exactly Jew-friendly (thanks "Conservative" majority government!!) do not really bode well for the future.

"Just this week, my 10-year-old daughter asked me if the soldiers guarding her Jewish school were necessary," Gabay, a former head of the Jewish community in Grenoble, said."

"I told her yes. And what happened Friday confirmed this."

Unfortunately, French perfidy remains at full strength:

"France is still coming to terms with attacks by Islamist gunmen who killed 17 people in January at a satirical weekly newspaper and a Jewish food store."

"The latest attack occurred on the same day that a gunman killed at least 37 people at a Tunisian beachside hotel and an Islamic State suicide bomber killed two dozen and wounded more than 200 at a mosque in Kuwait."

"There is no other link other than to say that terrorism is our common enemy," said President Fran├žois Hollande, returning to Paris from an EU summit in Brussels.


There is no common link except for craven, supine dhimmitude and cowardice in the face of existential threats from the jihad.