More bad news from Sweden

After Trump announced that the United States would move its embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, some 20 men in Sweden responded by firebombing a synagogue.

In what has become typical European fashion after something like this, the reporting newspaper, Express, gives no details about the attackers, giving the attackers the benefit of the doubt that they may have names like Sven and Ole.

Haaretz was more honest, covering that the protesters shouted “We have announced the intifada from Malmö. We want our freedom back, and we will shoot the Jews,” and “Jews, remember Khaybar, the army of Muhammad is returning.

I just don’t understand how this is possible.  I remember being told by President Obama that:

The America goverment relocates an office in one country and people in another get so angry about it that they start throwing Molotov cocktails.

Yet the media doesn’t understand why the majority of Americans back Trump’s (Muslim) travel ban.

Anti-gun ninny hammers clutched at their pearls and swooned with some pastors announced that they will be armed following the Sutherland Springs Shooting.

I think it’s time that Jews start taking lessons from pastors like this.  Granted, Swedish Jews have no options, but in America we do.

5 Replies to “More bad news from Sweden”

  1. That “typical European fashion” you mentioned shows up in the USA too, at least in MA. I realized yesterday that, for the past several months at least, Boston TV news had stopped mentioning the race of the suspect when describing persons sought by the police. So you see “male, 25-30 years old, 6 feet, 200 pounds, wearing a blue jacket” — but no longer the race of the person wanted.
    I wonder why. 🙂

  2. I had always heard Sweden was a really beautiful country, it’s too bad they’re committing national suicide, I would have liked to visit. Maybe I’ll check out Finland or Norway instead.

    1. I wish. My synagogue is still a gun free zone. Maybe news like this will wake a few more up. Until then, I have to abide the rule of the house (my car in the parking lot is a different matter).

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