Tuesday, January 1, 2013

Jewish Travel Warning Extended to Copenhagen

Jews warned not to speak Hebrew on streets

Hat tip Jihad i Malmo

As reported here previously, the Simon Wiesenthal center had issued a travel advisory warning Jews not to travel to Malmo, Sweden due to the anti-Semitic situation. Now a similar warning applies to Copenhagen, once considered Europe's most hospitable city for foreigners. The below report comes from the Swedish blog, Jihad i Malmo and can be read in either Swedish or English.

As is the case in Sweden, the problem in Denmark is primarily caused by the hateful actions of young male Muslim immigrants. How ironic that the country that saved its Jews by smuggling them to Malmo cannot or will not protect its Jewish citizens from foreigners.

When I was a young man visiting Copenhagen in the 1960s and 1970s, it was a friendly place where everyone felt welcome. I felt great affection for the Danes. It inspired me to want to learn a Scandinavian language. (Years later, I would learn Swedish.) I don't know what to think now. Now I use that Swedish to read all the depressing news coming out of Scandinavia, be it Sweden, Denmark or Norway.

It is disgusting.

1 comment:

Findalis said...

What do you think will happen in Europe when all the Jews leave?