“We reluctantly are issuing this advisory because religious Jews and other members of the Jewish community there have been subject to anti-Semitic taunts and harassment.” Islamic supremacists are the culprits, of course, and dhimmi Swedish authorities stand by passively.
“Jews warned about visiting southern Sweden,” from The Local, December 16 (thanks to Twostellas):
A US-based Jewish group has issued a travel warning urging Jews to exercise “extreme caution” when traveling in southern Sweden.
“We reluctantly are issuing this advisory because religious Jews and other members of the Jewish community there have been subject to anti-Semitic taunts and harassment,” said Dr. Shimon Samuels, Director of International Relations with the Los Angeles-based Simon Wiesenthal Centre, in a statement.
“There have been dozens of incidents reported to the authorities but have not resulted in arrests or convictions for hate crimes.”
Samuels, along with Wiesenthal associate dean Rabbi Abraham Cooper, conveyed their concerns for the safety of the Jewish community to Swedish Minister of Justice Beatrice Ask during meetings in Stockholm on Thursday.
The statement emphasised that the travel warning had nothing to do with Saturday’s suicide bombing in Stockholm.
In issuing the warning, the Wiesenthal Centre cited “the outrageous remarks of MalmÃ¶ mayor Ilmar Reepalu, who blames the Jewish community for failing to denounce Israel.”…