New York’s oldest Jewish daily, Forward, published an article by Donald Snyder, under the title “For Jews, Swedish City is ‘place to move away from’, on July 7, 2010. In the article the writer says that with the increase of Muslim population (local converts and immigrants), the cases of ‘anti-Semitism’ is on the rise in Sweden and the rest of European countries.
Before, answering this Zionist propaganda crap – I would like to cite some past events in the European history.
1. Jews were not allowed to reside in Sweden until after 1782 CE. Until then there was no Muslim community in Sweden. The first Muslim community in Sweden was reportedly established in 1950s.
2. The expulsion of Jewish communities took place almost in every European country in the past. For example, Albrecht forced V forced Jewish communities to leave Austria in 1420; in Bavaria Jews were banned in 1551; in 1370 Jews were expunged in Belgium; in 1290 King Edward expelled Jews from England and they were allowed to return in 1655; in 1588, Queen of Hungary, Maria Theresa banned Jews, In 1492, 100,000 Jews were expelled from Sicily. Jews were exscinded from Sardinia and Naples in 1540; from Venice and Genoa in 1550. In 1553 Rome, any copies of the Talmud were burned. In 1569, and again in 1593, Jews were expelled from Italy. From 1846-1878, in the Vatican State, Pope Pius IX enforced former restrictions against the Jews. Similar expulsions were carried out in Germany (1012), France (1182), Lithuania (1495), Netherlands (1444), Norway (until 1814), Poland (1453), Potugal (1498), Russia (1510), Slovakia (1380) and the list goes on. Most of these European countries had no Muslim population at the time of Jewish expulsion.
The Jewish expulsion from the Christian world was not solely based on religious hatred but Jewish elites involvement in anti-social activities, such as White slavery, racism and ursury.
3. Jewish genocides were carried out Christians in Spain (1492-99) and Germany (1940s). Jews, on the other hand killed 1.7 million German Christians after the D-Day and over 60-100 million Christians in Russia and Ukraine under Lenin and Stalin dictatorships.
4. Jewish Bible (OT), Christian Bible (NT) and Talmud contain more anti-Semitic verses than Holy Qur’an.
5. Any reader of Zionist literature cannot help but conclude that the Zionist Jews hated their fellow Jews more than the non-Jews. One has to study Theodor Herzl, Chaim Weizmann (Israel’s first president), Israel Joshua Singer, Klatzkin, Pinsker, Yehezkel Kaufman, Frishman, Berdichevsky, Lenni Brenner, A.D. Gordon, Schawadron and Chaim Kaplan to name a few. Herzl declared that “the anti-Semitism will be our most dependable friends, the anti-Semite countries, our allies”. Chaim Kaplan, who kept a diary during the Warsaw ghetto uprising, wrote: “Every nation, in its time of misfortune, has conspirators who do their work in scret. In our case an entire nation has been raised on conspiracy. With others the conspiracy is political; with us it is religious and national”.
Former Israeli minister Shulamit Aloni told Amy Goodman (Democracy Now!): “It’s a trick, we always use it – When someone criticizes Israel in Europe, we bring in Holocaust – and when someone criticizes Israel in the US, we bring in anti-Semiticism”.
Muslims are on record of liberating Jews in Jerusalem (638), Spain (711), Palestine (1186) and Europe (1940s). In June 2005, Israeli mole, Abraham Foxman, national director of ADL, honored Turkish Prime minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan for Turkey’s saving 100,000 European Jews.
In January 2008, Rabbi Haim Ovadia proudly declared”I am a Jew of Islam because Judaism under the rule of Crescent took a different course than that under the rule of Cross. The Jew of Islam, although decreed by the Pact of Omar as dhimmis, or second class citizens, never experienced the same level of hatred, anti-Semitism and persecution which were their daily bread in Christendom. They were not demonized as god killers and did not have to defend their religion in public disputations. They were not expelled en-mass on religious grounds from a Muslim country as they were from England, France and Catholic Spain….”
Last year, Bielefeld University released its research Report, which concluded:
One-quarter of Europeans believe that “Jews have too much influence“
31% agree that “Jews in general do not care about anything or anyone but their own kind.”
45.7% of the Europeans somewhat or strongly agree that “Israel is conducting a war of extermination against the Palestinians.”
About 37.4% agree with the following statement: “Considering Israel’s policy, I can understand why people do not like Jews.”
The word ‘anti-Semitism’ has Western roots. It never existed among Muslim communities, who have more Semitic blood than the great majority of current Jewish people, who are Khazarian turks and African Berbers. The feeling of anti-Jewishness arose among the Muslim societies after the European Jews started flooding Palestine after WW I. The Zionist agents terrorized the Jewish communities in the Arab countries by targetting Synagouges and Jewish businesses. As result, most of Arab Jews migrated to Israel.
Rabbi Michael Lerner, editor of Tikkun, once wrote: “the most destructive impact of this new Jewish Political Correctness is on American foreign policy debates. We at Tikkun have been involved in trying to create a liberal alternative to AIPAC and the other Israel-can-do-no-wrong voices in American politics. When we talk to Congressional representatives who are liberal or even extremely progressive on every other issue, they tell us privately that they are afraid to speak out about the way Israeli policies are destructive to the best interests of the United States or the best interests of world peace – lest they too be labeled anti-Semitic and anti-Israel. If it can happen to Jimmy Carter, some of them told me recently, a man with impeccable moral credentials, then no one is really politically safe”.