Tag Archive for Malmö

Wiesenthal centre visits Malmö, Sweden

March 10th: NTB reports that the Wiesenthal Centre is visiting Malmö in Sweden. The title of the article is “Wiesenthal Centre visits Malmö”. The NTB article provides a highly unsatisfactory background of the situation in Malmö, mentioning only two events…

The agony of the canary bird

Brother-site Spain, Israel and the Jews alerts us to an article by Pilar Rahola below, of the situation for Malmø’s Jews. Now Malmø is in Sweden, true, but it’s close to the border. Right next door. In more ways than…

New blog:Malmö mayor blames Israel-Lobby

The Swedish city of Malmö is increasingly becoming an example of how the multicultural society is not intended to work. Rather than getting along nicely, Malmö has lately been witnessing increasing levels of muslim anti-Semitism. According to Mayor Ilmar Reepalu,…

Let’s not talk about Malmö

The Norwegian media is keen on reporting about events in Israel. Right now the most recent stories are, according to Webavisen (an indexing service): 1) Here is Israel’s new super-weapon, on a new Israeli drone 2)  Important to react against…

Norway ignores Malmö

Actually Malmö is getting a fair bit of attention from the Norwegian medai – as Norwegian author Karl Ove Knausgård is residing there. As for the debate concerning anti-Semitism in Malmö, the only Norwegian media to touch it are the…

Newspapers on Jews in Malmö

Jews in the Swedish city of Malmö are made to feel insecure. They are threatened and the authorities are unable, or unwilling, to help. Swedish newspapers such as Skånskan.se are covering the situation. Here is an excerpt from Israeli Haaretz,…

Jews leave Malmö, Sweden

In February 2009 the Progress Party pointed to the Swedish city of Malmö as an example of how integration is more challenging than it is political correct to observe.  More to the point, Progress Party leader Siv Jensen claimed that…

The wisdom of the crowds

In the hope of curtailing yobster violence, England has invested in a massive amount of surveillance cameras. The theory was if people knew they might be on camera, they would think twice before committing a crime. What really happened was…

Riots in Malmö, Sweden

Malmö was the scene of an anti-Israeli protest the other week, with 6000 people marching against Israel’s participation in the Davis cup. Below you find a CBN news clip from the city, followed by a clip from the pro-Israel rally…

Malmö – The valley of Khyber revisited

When I first read Ted Ekroth’s narration of participants at the demonstrations in Malmö today singing songs about the valley of Khyber, I found it a bit farfetched. Khyber was a village where Mohammed, according to legend, slaughtered the nomadic…

Dagsavisen gilds the rose

  The Norwegian daily Dagsavisen covers the riots in Malmö today under the headline: “Turbulent anti-Israeli demonstration in Malmö”. The article makes no mention of the fact that neo-nazis are reported to participate in the march, alongside with the left-wing…

Demonstrators attack police in Malmö, Sweden

The Swedish daily Aftonbladet reports that the demonstration in Malmö developed into a riot. Translated excerpt below: MALMÖ/STOCKHOLM. Approximately 6 000 people demonstrated today against the Davis Cup-match between Israel and Sverige. A riot developed when the march reached the…

Demonstration in Malmö, Sweden

  Aftonbladet reports that around 5000 demonstrators have assembled in Malmö to protest against Israel’s participation in the Davis cup. Among them are Leif Ohly from Vänstre (Swedish for “Left”, a political party) and Per Garthon (Moderates). Police expect the…