A new report from the University of Oslo Center for Research on Extremism found the majority of anti-Semitic acts and slurs in Europe comes from the country’s Muslim population.
Not really surprising, right? But now there are scientific findings to support the common sense.
Here’s more, from the blog IsraellyCool:
The University of Oslo Center for Research on Extremism has published a report entitled Antisemitic Violence in Europe, 2005-2015 Exposure and Perpetrators in France, UK, Germany, Sweden, Norway, Denmark and Russia.
If that documentary on antisemitism in Europe bent some noses out of shape, the findings here most certainly will.
I can’t say I am surprised in the slightest. You need only have seen those recent Al Quds day protests to feel the same way.
No doubt the Israel haters will claim this proves only that antisemitism is caused by Israel. Not so, concludes the report.
The increase around the turn of the millennium coincided with rising tensions in the Israeli–Palestinian conflict, marked by the outbreak of the Second Intifada in 2000. Nonetheless, the connection between events in the Middle East and acts of violence against Jews in Europe is vague. First, the number of reported attacks on Jews does not always increase when the conflict in the Middle East flares up. Second, even though some attacks on Jews in Europe do occur in the wake of events in the Middle East, there is no direct causal link between Israeli government actions and subsequent attacks on Jews in Europe. Antisemitic attitudes and violence propensity are likely necessary conditions to trigger such attacks. In other words, events in the Middle East provide individuals in Western Europe who hold antisemitic views and are prone to violence with an occasion to attack Jews.
Leftists always want to sell the idea that multiculturalism is a great thing. But fact is: Diversity, when it comes to Islam, can bring discrimination at best — death and destruction at worst.