This century's nazis .... it's in the quran.
From Swedish Atlas reader EM: "Muslim Anti-semitism and Jew hatred is growing in Malmo. Malmo is an infamous Muslim ghetto in of south Sweden, which turned all Muslim after locals began moving out due to the violence and crimes transplanted in the area with the Muslim immigrants":
(From Google translation) They are victims of anti-Semitism in Malmo
MALMO. The students formed the chorus outside the classroom: "Fucking Jew! Fucking Jew!"
Remaining there stood the Jew - the 65-year-old teacher Henryk Grynfeld. Last week something unique happened: the United States berated a Swedish mayor. Ilmar Reepalu's language was anti-Semitic, said Obama's envoy.
In the shadow of the political quarrels, there are everyday realities for Malmo's Jews. A reality in which players in the Jewish soccer club SK Hakoah are told they are "Jew bastards." There, 14-year-old Jonathan would like to wear the kippa - but do not dare. And where Henryk Grynfeld notes that hatred of Jews is part of his work in Rosengårds schools.
Home economics lesson on Herb Garden School in Malmö degenerated. Eighth were throwing things and pouring detergent on the floor. The teacher Henryk Grynfeld saw no alternative but to cancel and set up the lesson.
Outside the classroom, gathered his disaffected pupils. Someone started a simple chant. More joined them. Soon he heard a rhythmic chorus from the corridor:
- Disqualification-la Jew! Disqualification-la Jew! Fucking Jew.
How many times has the 65-year-old Henry Grynfeld heard those words in his life? He has lost count.Growing up in Poland, he heard stories about the cruel Jews that mixes children's blood in the Passover bread, stories about "the Jews killed Jesus." At the end of the 1960s, not many years after the Nazi ovens of Auschwitz had gone out, there was an anti-Semitic cleansing wave by Polish society. Jews were declared undesirable and expelled from universities.
The then 23-year-old Henryk Grynfeld was fired from the job controller port in Szczecin. His work was considered too important held by a Jew. During the last decade, anti-Semitism has begun to wash over Henryk Grynfeld. Now in Sweden - the country which in 1970 became his refuge from persecution in Poland.
- In Poland, I was "fucking Jew." When I came to Sweden, I was "bloody Poles". Now it's back to "fucking Jew" again.
During his years in Sweden, Henryk Grynfeld worked as a cook and teacher. The last twelve years he taught high school students in Rosengard in Home Economics and Social Science as religion, social studies and history.
When he moves in the corridors of the Herb Garden School and Apelgårdsskolan pointing students and say "yahoud" - the Arabic word for Jew.
- It's the most known about me: I am a Jew. Even little children in fourth grade, students I ever had, come up and ask, "is it you who is the Jew?" Not infrequently, the hatred for all to see.
- "We should kill all the Jews!" said a student of mine.
Sometimes, he notes more positive bias. A student came to see him at recess, wanted to show you advice on difficult issues. Why me? wondered Henryk Grynfeld. Well, Jews are smart, said the student.
Most of Henryk Grynfelds students come from families with a background in the Middle East. Swedish knowledge is often scant. He notices that the children watch a lot of Arabic television.
- They see programs that sometimes have the same Jew rhetoric that German Nazis had. Syrian television showed kegs with nails in them. In the barrels, the Jews were the children whose blood was mixed in the Easter bread, said the TV channel.
Henryk Grynfeld likes many of the students, and do not want to paint them with the same stroke. He makes sure to highlight young people who oppose their anti-Jewish classmates.
- There are an awful lot of Muslim children who tell the others that racism is 'haram' [prohibited by Islam]. They stand on my side.
Despite anti-Semitism like Henryk Grynfeld work so much that he continues to work, though he actually retired last year.
- Students are charging my batteries.
If you visit Herb Garden School with Henryk Grynfeld you understand what he means. He also gets a lot of love from his students. Tough guys come up, and want to hug.
- I have worked in Lund, it was like paradise [Lund is a University town with very little Muslims]. But I appreciate when it's a little tough.
Only once has he been afraid during his years in Rosengard. A student in ninth grade had broken the school's elevator. Henryk Grynfeld testified, the student had to pay damages.
A few years after the trial Henryk Grynfeld cycled by Rosengard. Suddenly, the guy who had been convicted turned up. He had friends with him and shouted:
- Henryk, fucking Jew, you are testifying against me. You will get it one day! Henryk Grynfeld cycled rapidly. He survived.
I speak with two other Jewish teachers in Malmo: Lena, in her 40s, and 29-year-old Sofia.
Both have quit school because they could not bear the hatred of Jews. Both have different names in the real world. They feel vulnerable to figure openly in the newspaper.
Lena lives at a school. Her house has been bombarded with eggs and her twelve year old son has been beaten. "I feel like hitting a Jew bastard!" cried one of his son's tormentors before he went on the attack.
- There are students who shouts "there are the Jew bastards!" When I walk with my family, says Lena.
Last summer, she stopped the service. In his new workplace, a preschool, conceals her Jewish identity.
- It's hard to watch as his tongue. But I dare not expose myself to the risk of being harassed again, says Lena.
29-year-old Sofia felt strongly anti-Semitic ideas even as a trainee from the Institute of Education. In an inner city school in Malmo, she heard the children mock Jews and spread stories of Jewish bloodlust. Some students urged, do not drink Coca-Cola!
- They said that Israeli soldiers taking Palestinian children and put the blood in the Coca-Cola, says Sofia.
When she asked her students to draw pictures of the Jews became the monster pictures creatures with evil eyes. Nobody knew that Sofia was Jewish. But suddenly, in a SO-lesson, broke it to her. When a student said "we want to kill all Jews" dropped the bomb Sofia:
- Then you can start with me.
There was silence in the classroom. Was it a teacher's trick? One way to get students to think?
When a student finally asked, "Are you Jewish?" Sofia heard her grandfather's voice in her head. My grandfather had survived the Holocaust and then persecuted again in Poland. Throughout Sofia grew up in Malmö, grandfather and grandmother instilled: "Never say that you are a Jew."
- I was thinking: "they are war-wounded, saying that there is no need to hide that you are a Jew." Now I understood suddenly.
But Sofia wanted to be honest. Yes, I'm Jewish, 'she said. One student was incredulous: "But you're nice!" Others were ashamed, saying sorry, "We did not mean you." Two girls started crying, Sofia was crying too. The lesson ended with hugs. But something had changed, noticed Sofia in the following weeks. Students stopped coming to her classes - the same guys who expressed hatred of Jews. Others avoided her gaze.
One day, a nine-year student that frozen outside her classroom. There was a guy who really liked Sofia, "a fantastic kid" in her own words.
- Why are you not coming in? she asked.
- My mom and dad won't let me, the boy replied.
- Why not? The nine year old became uncomfortable. Finally he replied.
- You are a Jew.
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