Anti-Semitism in the Netherlands Islamic anti-Semitism Netherlands

ANTI-SEMITISM IN THE NETHERLANDS IS NOT AN INCIDENT IT’S AN ONGOING PHENOMENON…….

Everday Morrocan in the Netherlands:
“Dirty jew cancer. Allah will slaughter you all. “

The ever vigilant blogger from the Bad News From the Netherlands, brings to the English speaking blogosphere this interesting post by Brabosh.com concerning the spike in anti-Semitic events in the la la land of Dutch multiculturalism.
The Dutch have lost control over their once moderate and tolerant land through the mass imporatation of people, who, not only loathe the lifestyle of the Netherlands, they despise the very people (Christians and Jews) and the liberal democratic system that made it all possible.
What’s left is a decayed socialist political structure responding to imtimidation and demands from an increasingly intolerant Muslim community, with yet, more near sighted proposals and failed policies that amount to appeasement, complete with the fervrent waving of a white flag. KGS

UPDATE: Esther over at Islam In Europe does us all a great favor by translating the entire article. Click here to read it in full. KGS

BNFN: The NRC daily has published an article on anti-Semitism in Amsterdam which states that it has become the norm rather than incidental. There are six neighborhoods in Amsterdam where Jews cannot wear a skullcap or clothes which identify them as such for fear of attack.
A rabbi who lives in one of the better neighborhoods says that he goes out on the streets as little as possible because he almost always is insulted by Moroccans who shout at him: “Hitler apparently forgot one”. The rabbi says that many Jews have similar experiences in Amsterdam. The monitor of discrimination on the internet found that half of the 577 punishable internet statements in 2009 were against Jews.
The article also said that if the monitor would have looked carefully at sites for Moroccans in the Netherlands, they could have easily added another 1,000 punishable anti-Semitic internet statements.
[Comment: This situation developed almost entirely under the Mayor Job Cohen who served from January 2001 until March 2010 shortly after which he became leader of the Dutch Labor party].

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