“The problems of Malmö as a European capital of hatred had been known to experts for four years at least. Now they suddenly are widely known internationally. Will Oslo be the next Malmö? In my opinion what happens here concerning anti-Israelism and anti-semitism will reach the international press in six months to two years. Whether you want to solve the problem before, the Norwegians have to decide themselves. Thank you for your attention.”
Concerning the city of Malmö, the hub of Muslim immigration and anti-Semitism in Sweden and that of Oslo, the dear doctor made only a slight mistake in his forecast, in fact it took only less than a week. Here is an article from the Swiss daily NZZ (Neue Zurcher Zeitung), which is considered one of the leading media in the German language. It equates Norway and Malmö in regards to their anti-Semitism and anti-Israelism. KGS
The reports shocked. The Secretary General of the Islamic Council and representatives of Christian churches paid the Oslo synagogue a visit solidarity. The Christian People’s Party, pointed out that it had already launched a year ago an action plan against anti-Semitism. Liberal MPs and Muslim Abid Q. Raja asked in Parliament the left-Integration Minister: “Do Muslims in Norway enjoy a special protection that they makes them untouchles?” Raja suggested to the Minister a reconnaissance tour of Oslo’s mosques. A working group is to take care of the problem now.
In Sweden, the city of Malmö is at the core. It counts 265 000 inhabitants, among them 700 Jews and 60 000 Muslims, who live partly in Rosengård district in miserable conditions. Not long ado, “Skånska Dagbladet” did a series of articles examining rampant anti-Semitism. During the war in Gaza, the aggressive mood vented into violent riots. And Malmö Jews took to the street, they were attacked with fire works. A 86-year-old Auschwitz survivor told the Finnish newspaper Hufvudstadsbladet, “as she was pushed into a street, shouted at by “youths”, all Jews should be killed.
In 2009 there were registered in the province of Scania twice as many anti-Semitic crimes, as in the previous year. An arson attack on the chapel of the Jewish cemetery, grave desecration, and continued threat of Jewish shopkeepers were recorded. An artist turned cans labeled “Zyklon B – poison gas” against the Jewish community. In neighboring Helsingborg was trying to light the synagogue on fire. The Palestinian conflict even has effected as far down the the 6th League of football, where the Jewish Hakoah FC in grouped to play with FC Palestine and it was asked to be reclassified to no avail.
During last year’s match fans supporting FC Kosovo, stormed the field and strated hunting down the Jewish players, but were protected by the players of the Kosovo team. Already the exodus has begun for Jewish families. «Skånska Dagbladet». “Imagine that such a fantastic country like Sweden cannot give a sense of security to my family” sighs, a father to the “Skånska Dagbladet.” His anscestors fled the Russian pogroms of the Jews in the 19th Century. Now his son is called a “Jewish pig” on his way to the Malmö synagogue .