How about them forming a ‘ring’ on the shores of the Levant and Maghreb, keeping their co religionists from coming to the West?
Like I said earlier, if the Oslo rabbi had any brains, he would have refused any so called ”peace ring”, citing security reasons, knowing full well it was nothing more than a publicity stunt to put a shine on Islam and spread the meme that ”islamofauxbia” is a real phenomenen.
Niddal El-Jabri: “I feel terribly bad that Jews are so scared and I can understand their fear. I cannot understand why there are people who are threatening them,” El-Jabri told public broadcaster DR.
Here’s Niddal El-Jabri showing his support for the islamonazis of the Hamas:
— Niddal El-Jabri (@Eljabri) July 12, 2014
Yeah, riiiight, he’s got no idea whatsoever why Jews fear Islamic anti-Semitism and their jihad. What a steaming pile of crap. Anyone fooled by these Islamo-hucksters has to be immensely stupid, naive or just plain dumb.
Police say no to Danish Muslims’ ‘peace ring’
Published: 23 Feb 2015 14:30 GMT+01:00
Copenhagen resident Niddal El-Jabri wanted to create a peace ring around the synagogue on Krystalgade, where volunteer security guard Dan Uzan was shot and killed the week before.
“I feel terribly bad that Jews are so scared and I can understand their fear. I cannot understand why there are people who are threatening them,” El-Jabri told public broadcaster DR.
Along with some friends, El-Jabri pursued the idea of creating a ring of Muslims around the synagogue. He said that many people reacted positively to the idea, but when he went to the Copenhagen Police to request permission he was told that due to security concerns, he couldn’t go through with his plans.
Although he was disappointed that Danish Muslims couldn’t display a show of support similar to the one in Norway that attracted more than 1,000 people, El-Jabri said he could understand the police decision.
“I completely understand that they said what they did. They have a job to do and that without question should come first,” he told DR, adding that he would maintain dialogue with the police about holding a peace vigil at a later time.
Although the ‘ring of peace’ didn’t go off as planned, El-Jabri’s efforts were appreciated in the Jewish community, where even before last weekend’s attacks there had been increasing reports of anti-Semitism.