The jihadis have migrated to the North

A protest over boycotting Israel in Malmö

There was universal mourning in Copenhagen this week for Dan Uzan, the 37-year-old security guard who was shot to death while on duty in a local synagogue…

…But fear has absolutely been felt here, and it is most evident by the fact that policemen, armed with semi-automatic rifles, are patrolling the streets. This has done little to deter Muslims from openly and brazenly praising the terrorist.

I took a stroll through the Noerrebro quarter of Copenhagen, home to many Muslims, the day after the attacks. A few of the residents had no qualms about hailing “the heroic act” of Omar Abdel Hamid El-Hussein, the 22-year-old gunman…

…”You have no idea just how much this young man suffered,” Abdul, a 60-year-old local resident, told me at the entrance to a halal butcher shop located on the street on which El-Hussein perpetrated his shooting spree before being killed by police. “Why was it necessary to kill him? There were so many police there, they could’ve grabbed a hold of him and arrested him.”

I asked him what it was that caused his suffering. After all, Denmark is a convenient place to live, a country that offers its citizens as well as its immigrants extensive social benefits.

“He is a Palestinian,” Abdul said. “His family was uprooted from their home. The Zionists stole their home”…

…In one restaurant situated in Copenhagen’s tourist hub, I met a European diplomat who is an expert on the Middle East. I asked him how a quaint, quiet town like the Danish capital could serve as fertile ground for jihadi ideology among thousands of young Muslims. “You forget which town is right next to us,” he said, referring to Malmö, the Swedish port city that has made headlines in recent years due to the proliferation of anti-Semitic incidents.

The Jews of Malmö are leaving in droves, as it has become an unpleasant place to live. Like Marseille and Birmingham, Malmö is predicted to have a Muslim majority by 2030, according to the British Telegraph, due to the influx of immigrants from Arab countries. Malmö is less than a 30-minute train ride away from Copenhagen…

…Upon disembarking from the subway in Malmö, I turned to an elderly Swedish woman and asked her where I should go to visit the local Muslim community. Smiling, she said: “Wherever you’ll go in the city you’ll see them, but if you go to the Rosengard district, it’s reasonable to assume that you won’t run into a blonde woman like myself”…

…Despite the fear, I hailed a cab and paid a visit to the area. The driver, Darius, identified himself as an Iranian Marxist who has little sympathy for the Muslim population in general, and the religious fundamentalists in particular…

“What’s happening is Malmö will also happen in all of Europe, which is naive,” he said. “The Muslims are taking over a European city, and Europe does nothing. They don’t understand that a Muslim simply cannot accept living as a minority. He wants to be the majority, and to be in control. He wants to be the one calling the shots.”

..The driver stopped outside of a shopping mall in Rosengard. As I entered the mall, a woman whose entire face was covered walked out. Her clothes were entirely black. Black is the dominant color here, just like in Gaza.

Everyone here speaks Arabic, and Swedish is nowhere to be heard. At a local pharmacy, I noticed just one woman who was not entirely covered from head to toe. She turned out to be a native Swede.

All of a sudden, two men from a nearby cafe accosted me. “Why did you come here?” one of them demanded to know. I explained to them that I am a journalist who is here to write about the terrorist attacks in Denmark. “So go back to Denmark,” he said. Another bearded man joined them in making sure that I left the mall. It was an unpleasant feeling. I felt safer during my visits to Damascus and Baghdad…

Darius, the cabbie, came to my rescue. “This place isn’t for you, and it’s not for me either,” he said with a laugh. “They only love themselves. They sit in cafes all day, receive money from the state, and don’t work. They fled Iraq, Syria, Iran, Sudan, and, of course, the Palestinian Authority. Here, they have it good. Because of political correctness, everyone needs to say that only a few of them are into jihad, but the reality is different”…


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