Last month, Ahmad Rami, the Holocaust-denying head of the Swedish-based “Radio Islam,” said in a TV interview that Judaism “is like a mafia in the West” and that “the Zionists are occupying Europe and the West both politically and in terms of the media.” As usual, he got away with it. A different standard, however, applies to those who criticize the genuine fallout from mass Muslim immigration:
Swedish national broadcaster SVT has unpublished an opinion piece penned by a person attached to the Stockholm Jewish Assembly after the author and his family were threatened with violence, the Swedish news outlet Samhällsnytt has reported.
The troubling fact is that the mass media is increasingly covering up the truth about the ills of Islamization that begun to be seen in Western countries due to mass Muslim migration. One reason for this coverup is a fear of violence. Another is a fear of being called an “Islamophobe” and “racist.” One need only look at what is taken for granted as normal in many majority-Muslim countries to know what to expect to be imported into the West through open-door migration policies.
As stated in April by Dr. Moshe Kantor, president of the European Jewish Congress: “anti-Semitism is becoming more normalized…has has entered a new phase….In many parts of Europe, Jewish communities and institutions can only operate under strict security measures. Fences, surveillance and police and military protection have become part of our daily lives.”
In France, Muslim anti-semitism has soared to such heights that Ricard Abitbol, President of the Confederation of Jews in France, warned that “In a few decades, there will be no Jews in France.”
Even Angela Merkel stated that “we now have another phenomenon, as we have refugees or people of Arab origin who bring another form of anti-Semitism into the country.”
“Swedish Broadcaster Deletes Piece on Muslim Anti-Semitism After Threats,” Sputnik International, July 17, 2018:
The now-deleted article maintained that the main threat against Swedish Jews was not right-wing radicals but Islamic anti-Semitism. Swedish national broadcaster SVT has unpublished an opinion piece penned by a person attached to the Stockholm Jewish Assembly after the author and his family were threatened with violence, the Swedish news outlet Samhällsnytt has reported.
In the article, the writer criticized Center party leader Annie Lööf and the Swedish media for focusing on alleged Nazi anti-Semitism in connection with the her speech at Almedalen Week, a political gathering. She claims to have been disrupted by booing right-wing extremists. The author argued that today the Jew-hating Muslims constituted a more palpable threat for Swedish Jews than Nazis. The piece bore the self-explanatory headline “Nazism is not the greatest threat to Jews” and pointed out a “deeply indoctrinated hatred” among many Muslims.
After a while, visitors to SVT’s page discovered that the link to the article no longer worked. Instead, the message “Oops, the page does not exist” was displayed. No explanation for why the article was removed was presented.
However, when readers contacted SVT’s editorial board, they confirmed that no technical error had occurred.
“Right, the link does not work anymore and the opinion piece has been removed altogether. Our responsible editor has chosen to unpublish the article post based on the threats against the author and the writer’s family. / Editor,” SVT tweeted in response to an inquiry from user Peter Sellei.
This revelation proposed strong reactions from Swedish users, who asked why SVT had chosen to put the lid on this story instead of shedding more light on it. Some argued that had the threats come from right-wingers, it would have doubtlessly triggered an outcry about “hate storm.”….