Wave of anti-Semitic attacks warned of in Sweden
The capital of Stockholm will have a public lighting of a Hanukka menorah in a central square on Wednesday, said Willy Silberstein, of the Swedish Committee against Anti-Semitism, despite two anti-Semitic attacks his week. In Malmo, police discovered traces of a flammable fluid near a Jewish cemetery on Monday and men hurled firebombs at a synagogue in Gothenburg Saturday, after hundreds marched against US recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital. Swedish police have tightened security near Jewish sites throughout the country in the wake of these attacks.
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Nothing new here, folks. thereligionofpeace.com
No other religion is slaughtering innocent civilians on a daily basis, much less on 5 continents. Just ignore the ignorami who try to blame this on Trump’s announcement re Jerusalem.