In the current century all murders of Jews in Europe because they are Jews, be they in the Paris area, Toulouse, Brussels or Copenhagen, have been committed by Muslims.
Every Jewish leader in Europe knows this. Yet at the onset of the crisis we saw several humanitarian-masochist statements by some who should have known better. Some Jewish representatives welcomed the newcomers without any mention whatsoever of the huge potential problems which could result. Some Jewish representatives welcomed the newcomers without any mention whatsoever of the huge potential problems which could result.
The umbrella body of Jewish organizations in Flanders issued a press release reminding the authorities of the sufferings of Jewish refugees in the 1930s, and asking them to implement a generous admission policy for the newcomers.Source
But the resistance to it is also bad, it seems.
Polarization in Europe is increasing as a result of the refugee influx. Populist, nationalist and right-wing parties have not only been rising in the polls – some election results already show that these parties have been actually achieving the forecast gains. Recently in the state of Upper Austria, the Austrian Freedom Party (FPÖ) won more than 30 percent of the votes as against 15% in the 2009 election. In Vienna the party received almost 31% of the votes, as opposed to 26% in 2010. While polarization is not specifically related to Jews, the rising xenophobic environment indicates further trouble in the future for Jewish communities.
In an earlier article on the "refugee" crisis by the same author, there is one extremely revealing sentence.
In the countries where the ratio between new Muslim immigrants and the existing Muslim population is much larger, such as Sweden and Germany, additional problems for the local Jews will be unavoidable. It is no consolation that the governments of these countries are also creating problems on a national scale due to their immigration policies.Source
The author tells Jews that they should not take malicious pleasure in the harm European governments are causing to their own people. But the fact that he even has to say that tells us much about the Jewish mindset.