Jews, come back home, Europe is not protecting you

First, the Islamic terrorist shoots the symbols of the Western freedom, and then the Jews, symbol of every evil. It is the same in Paris and in Copenhagen, and the plan involves the whole map of the upcoming Islamic State, the entire world. It is a sort of guaranteed pattern: killing the infidels in order to prepare the advent of the next Caliphate.

So, everywhere in Europe, Jews are being killed, the number of anti-Semitic attacks showed a 436-percent increase in the first six months of 2014 and is now going to rise even higher. A Copenhagen Rabbi recommended the Jews to stay put and not to leave their homes. A Jewish member of French Parliament, Mehir Habib, received a decapitation video footage.

A German Judge ruled that the torching of the Synagogue in Wuppertal was not motivated by anti-Semitism but by the intent of drawing attention to the Gaza conflict! “Jews, this is enough, come back home, we are going to allocate 46 million dollars to accommodate you”, Benjamin Netanyahu, the Israeli Prime Minister, told yesterday without reticence. He knows that he is irritating Hollande and those who, like him, are saying that “France (or the other European countries) would never be the same without Jews” and that they “will protect the Jewish communities”. But the police forces are not enough: in Europe there is no intention to look in the right direction, that is at the Islamic hatred hitting the entire West.

This hatred opened the Pandora ’s Box of the murderous anti-Semitism that made 6 million victims in the past. The whole of Europe is in danger now as it was back then. Obama referred to the shooting in Paris as a “random attack” carried out by some crook. Islam has nothing to do with it, Obama said. The same goes for Hollande and the Danish Prime Minister, Mrs. Helle Thorning-Schmidt.

What a shame, they lie, endangering the life of their citizens. Yes, Jews, it is actually better to come home, where a terrorist is called a terrorist. And if France will not be France anymore, well, it has been this way for a long time.


This article originally appeared in slightly different form in Italian in Il Giornale (February 16, 2015)

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Fiamma Nirenstein is a journalist, author, former Deputy President of the Committee on Foreign Affairs of the Italian Chamber of Deputies, and member of the Italian delegation at the Council of Europe.
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