Danskerne står på mål for muslimernes antisemitisme

Diverse — Drokles on October 3, 2015 at 12:13 pm

Mette Bentow, moderen til den pige hvis Bat Mitzvah blev afbrudt af en terrorangreb på synagogen i Krystalgade 14. februar 2015, holdt en tale for The EU Colloquium i Bryssel. Her sagde hun blandt andet om antisemitismen i Danmark

The beautiful story of the rescue of the Danish Jews – is the story that the Danes still cling to, when they say “there is no anti-Semitism in Denmark” – even now. Especially now.

But there is anti-Semitism in Denmark, even if it has no news-value for the media and it is not just a few fanatics. There is anti-Semitism in Denmark, just as there is in each and every country in Europe!

European Jews are constantly being held responsible for the actions of the State Israel, no matter how we as individuals feel about it.

When we speak out about our safety concerns, we are accused of whining and always playing the victim, playing on the guilt of Holocaust.

When the Danish government legislated against Jewish ritual slaughtering and political parties make it their agenda to ban the circumcision of boys – a key stone in the life of Jews and Muslims alike, they marginalize and alienate us from society at large, and make it acceptable to remove our rights as a religious minority.

They are pointing a moral finger at us – telling us, that we are somehow less Danish. You sometimes get the feeling, that you are most unwanted in your own country.

Very often the media will compare the plight of Muslims and Jews in Europe, but there is a need to differentiate between anti-Semitism and anti-Muslim tendencies.

Jews in Europe are not to blame for anti-Muslim tendencies. And neither the growing anti-Semitism in Europe nor the growing anti-Muslim sentiments can be fixed by saying that “Jews and Muslims have to become friends”!

I will meet and talk to any person – of any background, religion or political conviction, I will do my part to break down prejudice, but this is not a Jewish problem – it is a European problem that we all need to address.

It cannot be the responsibility of the minorities alone to fight hatred and prejudice against them.

One cannot legislate against the hate in people’s heart, but as politicians, as teachers, as civil society, as community leaders – you can oppose ignorance and prejudice. You can educate – you can enlighten and create understanding and acceptance.

You can enforce the law and ensure equality. And you can send a strong message of no acceptance of hate and violence.

Med fare for at fremstå som anti-semit for at kritisere denne smøre som klynk vil jeg gerne pointere en vigtig sammenhæng som der tabes så hårdt på gulvet at der kun runger ekkoet af en vildledende konklusion.

Dan Uzan blev ikke myrdet af en dansk omskæringsdebattør, ej heller af en dansk kritiker af religiøse slagtemetoder. Han blev heller ikke myrdet af en stemmer på Dansk Folkeparti. Ej heller blev han myrdet af en islamkritiker fra Trykkefrihedsselskabet. Ja, han blev end ikke myrdet af en dansk venstrefløjser, hvis Israel-kritik ellers er en slet skjult anti-semitisk fortælling.

Dan Uzan blev myrdet af den arabiske muslim Omar. Omar havde fredagen forinden hørt endnu en prædiken i en livslang række af prædikener, hvor det blev slået fast at jøder er efterkommere af aber og svin og deres ord ikke til at stole på og at de er ranere af muslimsk land, thi det står skrevet. En moske, hvor der ofte blev gjaldet på endnu et Khaybar. Dan Uzan stod faktisk vagt i Krystalgade fordi det var en mand som Omar man i det jødiske samfund frygtede.

Der kom ifølge medierne 6-700 til Dan Uzans begravelse, heriblandt repræsentanter for alle Folketingets partier. Der kom lige så mange til Omars begravelse - hovedsagligt unge muslimske mænd der ” rettede deres pegefingre mod himlen, mens andre slog sig for brystet med en knyttet næve”.

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