One of the most cherished myths of liberals/leftists/progressives is that criticism of Israel should not be equated with Jew-hatred.
It’s just, uh, constructive criticism, or, and this is my favorite, tough love.
Sort of like a man who beats his wife to a pulp and claims that he does it because he loves her so much.
In short, these critics love Israel so much that they spend every minute of every day pondering—actually, inventing—the Jewish State’s numerous crimes.
Seraphic Secret has long maintained that the unceasing assaults on Israel is classical Jew-hatred—often coming from renegade Jews—using anti-Zionism as a convenient fig-leaf.
For instance, nine Turkish Jew-hating Muslims are killed by the IDF in self-defense.
Liberals/leftists/progressives go nuts.
But in that month alone 50,000 men, women, and children have been murdered in Congo.
And in the Arab/Muslim world we can’t even count the number of women murdered by their fathers, brothers or mothers in so-called honor killings.
Of course, in Gaza, Hamas has most certainly tortured and murdered far more than nine people—in any month.
And just yesterday, In Uganda, over 74 innocents were slaughtered by Al Shabab, Muslim terrorists, in synchronized bombings.
Where is the storm of outrage?
Is the U.N., calling a special session.
Of course not.
The focus on Israel/Jews can only be described as an obsession, an obsession of hate.
The Jews of Malmo, Sweden, all 750 of them, are fleeing that city because the violence, threats and intimidation from Muslims has reached critical mass.
The oh-so-tolerant Swedes are about to trade a productive and loyal group of Swedish Jewish citizens for a seething sharia yearning mass.
In the coming years, we will see this pattern repeat itself all over Europe.
And in fifty years, Europe will, at last, fulfill its dream of a Judenrein soil.
And then, in spite of Obama’s NASA outreach to Muslims—talk about condescending—a new Dark Age will consume Europe.
MALMO, SWEDEN — At some point, the shouts of “Heil Hitler” that often greeted Marcus Eilenberg as he walked to the 107-year-old Moorish-style synagogue in this port city forced the 32-year-old attorney to make a difficult, life-changing decision: Fearing for his family’s safety after repeated anti-Semitic incidents, Eilenberg reluctantly uprooted himself and his wife and two children, and moved to Israel in May.
Sweden, a country long regarded as a model of tolerance, has, ironically, been a refuge for Eilenberg’s family. His paternal grandparents found a home in Malmo in 1945 after surviving the Holocaust. His wife’s parents came to Malmo from Poland in 1968 after the communist government there launched an anti-Semitic purge.
But as in many other cities across Europe, a rapidly growing Muslim population living in segregated conditions that seem to breed alienation has mixed toxically with the anger directed at Israeli policies and actions by those Muslims — and by many non-Muslims — to all but transform the lives of local Jews. Like many of their counterparts in other European cities, the Jews of Malmo report being subjected increasingly to threats, intimidation and actual violence as stand-ins for Israel.
Full story here.