And So It Begins Again

My advice to Jews in Germany, get out while you can:


A German court in the city of Wuppertal convicted two German Palestinians on Thursday of an arson attack on a Synagogue but denied the crime was motivated by anti-Semitism, prompting Green Party deputy Volker Beck to urge the court to designate the act as anti-Semitic.

The Wuppertal court sentenced the two men, ages 24 and 29, to a suspended prison term of one year and three months. The two men, along with an 18-year-old juvenile, in July tossed Molotov cocktails at the synagogue in Wuppertal, a city in the state of North Rhine-Westphalia with a population of nearly 344,000. The court ordered all three to perform 200 hours of community service.

Beck said on Saturday the “attack on the Synagogue was motivated by anti-Semitism” and blasted the court for issuing a decision stating that the goal of the attack was to bring “attention to the Gaza conflict.” Israel, last summer, was involved a 50-day war in the Gaza Strip.

“This is a mistaken decision as far as the motives of the perpetrators are concerned. Therefore, I have written the prosecutor and called for the filing of a legal objection,” he said, adding that the burning of a synagogue in Germany because of the Middle East conflict can be attributed only to anti-Semitism.

“What do Jews in Germany have to do with the Middle East conflict? Every bit as much as Christians, non-religious people or Muslims in Germany, namely, absolutely nothing. The ignorance of the judiciary toward anti-Semitism is for many Jews in Germany especially alarming.”

The three German Palestinians caused €800 damage to the synagogue. The original synagogue in Wuppertal was burned by Germans during the Kristallnacht pogroms in 1938.

Go here to read the rest.  In the days of the Weimar Republic, Nazis who committed crimes, Hitler was a prime example of this, were given slap on the wrists sentences if their offenses could be interpreted as having a political motivation that the court thought praise-worthy.  This is precisely what happened in this case.  Europe in general is becoming a dark place for Jews as Islamic “immigrants” make their lives a living hell, often aided and abetted by home grown anti-Semites.  So, I think the Jews of Europe in general should be looking for a place of refuge.  This advice I would also give to believing Christians in Europe.  The hateful forces that use Jews as scapegoats never stop with Jews, but sooner or later attack Christians.

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  1. The devil hates Jews because from a Jewish woman came Christ in His Body. The devil hates Christians because the Christian (i.e., Catholic) Church is the Body of Christ. The devil hates Jews and Christians because the devil hates Christ.

  2. OK -maybe – MAYBE – if they stood outside a synagogue peacefully holding signs of protest regarding Israeli policies towards Palestinians, I might believe them, although I could see someone reasonably thinking otherwise even then. But throwing freaking Molotovs?!?! No. Just no. And this in GERMANY – you think they might be a little more attuned to masked anti-semitism

    When they have to try Muslims for hate crimes against homosexuals, the progressives’ heads are going to explode.

  3. Come to think of it, not even sure then – maybe peaceful protests in front of the Israeli embassy. They make the same mistake many others do – confusing the State of Israel (a political entity) with Jews (an ethno-religious group of people). After all, there are non-Jewish Israelis.

  4. The only thing I can think of to explain this – Europe is terrified of the Muslim within their borders. Imagine the rioting if they had gotten anything more than a light sentence.

  5. “I think the Jews of Europe in general should be looking for a place of refuge.”
    When the then Israeli Prime Minister, Ariel Sharon, warned that France’s Jews “could find themselves in great danger,” and encouraged them to make aliyah, many French Jews were, frankly, horrified. People told me that it would be a disaster for French Jews, to regress into their own communal identity, which could, in turn, validate that of the Muslim community. They were concerned that “the Jewish community” and “the Muslim community” could be seen as two mutually hostile minorities, separate from the mass of the French nation, especially as 60% of France’s Jews are, themselves, second-generation immigrants from the Maghreb.
    Alas! Many French people, including politicians and the media, find it comforting to be able to present anti-semitic incidents as inter-communal clashes between two minorities.

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