The tolerance of Islamisation has led to an increase in anti-Semitism and religious bullying. In some regions of Germany it has gotten so bad that Jewish parents are taking their children out of schools and sending them to Israeli boarding schools. It remains a question what parents are supposed to do if they can’t afford private schools.
This problem, however, is not exclusive to Jews. German children have also experienced discrimination for not believing in Allah or eating pork or simply for being German. A boy had to be picked up by an ambulance multiple times because of it!
There were also several attacks on churches by Muslim refugees this week. People have also been attacked and even stabbed for wearing a cross.
After the attack on a man (21) by a Syrian refugee (19) in multicultural Berlin, the Central Council of Jews is now advising Jews not to wear the kippah in public anymore. Politicians talked tough but in the end this refugee will most likely face only a fine or probation. Deportation is highly unlikely!
Unlike Merkel would like you to believe, this is not a “new form” of anti-Semitism, which she vows to fight with “all severity;” in fact it’s an old one. In some cases the Nazis and Muslims worked well together during World War II.
Unlike Germany, however, the Islamic world has not changed its views and become more tolerant. It cannot. They have one prophet, one book, and it calls for totalitarianism.
Dog, pig, woman, and Jew remain insults used by Muslims, and these are all affirmed as acceptable in their Qu’ran. One German reported, “I, and friends of mine have been insulted as Jews before for simply helping a girl, who was being harassed by three Muslim boys at a club. Not because I am Jewish, which I am not, but because to them the word itself remains an insult!”
A small protest in Berlin against anti-Semitism recently had to be stopped after just 15 minutes because it was getting too dangerous. Participants were harassed by Muslims. How do you integrate immigrants who see others as less than human? How do you live beside people clinging to a totalitarian political ideology that calls for your death unless you submit to Allah?
The morals and values we share as Germans should be non-negotiable as Alice Weidel (AfD) once put. This is especially true for people, who claim to be searching for refuge. Islamic intolerance must not be sheltered and subsidised with our social systems while people in Germany are endangered, all in the name of an unattainable diverse utopia.
Source: Voice of Europe