Swedish blogger, Samuel Danofsky, delivers more information about the Muslim protesters demonstrating in the streets of Malmö last weekend. The TT correctly reported that they were not just protesting against the Israeli tennis team’s participation in the Davis Cup match in the Baltiska Hallen sports facility. They, the mob of Muslim protesters, were shouting:
“Khaybar Khaybar ya Yahoud, Jaish Muhammad SAUF ya’ud“
Danofsky blogs: A translation of the chant is:
[Khaybar, Khaybar, O Jews, Muhammad’s army will return]It refers to an attack by Mohammad on a Jewish society in particular in the year 629, at the oasis of Khaybar, currently Saudi Arabia. The battle ended with the Mohammed’s Army killing 93 Jews and sent a large number into exile. You can read more about it here, here and here. I have sent a notification to JK with an invitation to look at whether this can be classed as an “incitement to hatred”. For me, it feels that if in a public place a mood can be whipped up against the Jewish community with such words, then it can be considered a criminal offense.
An op-ed in the Swedish SVD also takes to task the Leftists and their leaders like, Lars Ohly, who marched in the streets of Malmö with the Muslims chanting about violence towards Jews. Remember, they’re speaking about the how the prophet of Islam took care of the pesky Jews, so it only goes to prove that present day Islam is unable to differentiate between a historical setting and modern times. For them it’s all the same, an open ended call for hatred and violence towards anyone not like themselves.
What happened in the city streets of Malmö last weekend, was a classic example of an Islamic monoculture clashing with “doughy headed” multiculturalism full throttle. Here is a portion of the op-ed in the SVD:
Per Gudmundonson: “The chant, that aims itself specifically against Jews and not against the State of Israel, is common in the Middle East. That it occurs together with Hamas flags is to be expected.Hamas is an anti-Semitic organization that refers to Protocols of the Elders of Zion in its charter. This is surely well-known also for those who do not speak Arabic.…Lars Ohly said its too bad that the “strong grass root protests against Israel is connected with violence and antisemitism”. Afterwards the Left Party has been proved wrong when it comes to the riots.They shut their eye when it comes to the antisemitism. In the party statement they said that the riots destroyed a completely peaceful and calm manifestation”.Ohly should explain how he means that slogans and rhymes that explicitly threatens the expulsion and slaughter of Jews, are “peaceful and calm” criticism of Israel.