Wednesday, January 27, 2016

Martin Schulz: "It hurts that in today's Europe, Jews again live in fear"

This is all just talk.

In Europe 2016, media demonization of Israel is the norm.  European leaders meet with and honor the world's most antisemitic leaders, and stay silent while the latter incite to kill Jews.   In fact, they justify such incitement.  European children go to school and learn how horrible the Holocaust, but then learn that the Jews are even worse.   European countries at best abstain while Israel is condemned for everything under the sun.

This is the reason Jews live in fear, and until Europe faces up to that, all the talk about 'fighting antisemitism' is just that - talk.

Via Daily Mail:
The president of the European Parliament has warned of rising anti-Semitism as Holocaust Memorial Day is marked around the world.

The Parliament held its annual Holocaust Remembrance Day with the European Jewish Congress on the 71st anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz death camp.
But speaking at the memorial day event in Brussels today, Mr Schulz warned that many Jews across Europe still do not feel safe.

He said: 'Jewish life is part of our culture and our identity. Without the Jews, Europe would not be Europe. Therefore it hurts that in today's Europe, Jews again live in fear.

'It is unacceptable that Jews are reluctant to wear their traditional clothes and display religious symbols in the public because of fear of reprisals and aggression.

'It is saddening when Jewish people consider leaving Europe because they no longer feel safe.'
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