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Winds of Anti-Semitism Blow from Europe to U.S.
by Joseph Puder
The winds of anti-Semitic hate are clearly blowing westward from Europe to the Americas, particularly as more Muslims arrive in America and as Europe becomes increasingly Muslim. A clear sign of European style anti-Jewish harassment occurred in a Brooklyn, NY subway on April 15, 2013. An African-American teenager, Stephen Stowe (17), along with a group of friends, spat anti-Semitic epithets at a kippa-wearing Jewish man, in what amounted to an unmistakable hate crime. According to Jihad Watch, Stowe is a Muslim.
Court records and police testimony indicate that Stowe shouted at the Jewish man "I am going to kill you right now," and then added, "They should have killed all of you," a rather transparent reference to Hitler's Holocaust against the Jews.
The subway incident in Brooklyn was reminiscent of a similar occurrence on March 14, 2013, in Vitry-Sur-Seine, France. Three men accosted a Jewish kippa-wearing teenager on the subway (Metro in Paris) and threatened to do to him what Mohammed Merah, the cold-blooded Muslim murderer of a rabbi and three Jewish school children, did in Toulouse. France. The three Muslim men added that what Merah did "was right … We will kill all of you Jews – one day we will kill a Jew."
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