Israeli Teacher in Malmö Told to Seek Employment Far From School Children ‘Who Hate Jews’

A Swedish-Jewish intellectual said she was “not the least bit surprised” to learn of a report in the Israeli press on Tuesday about a teacher in Malmö who was fired for being a Jew.

Annika Hernroth-Rothstein told The Algemeiner that the only thing “baffling” about the incident recounted in the report is how “out-in-the-open” it was.

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  • Raoul Wallenberg is spinning in the mass grave the Soviets put him in.

  • bargogx1

    This is the lengths that leftist multiculturalist “progressive” scum are willing to go to to avoid giving offense to their current favorite protected group. And they actually seem to think it’s somehow virtuous. They are so twisted, despicable and low they would sell their own mothers, sisters, daughters down the river just to virtue signal how “tolerant” they are towards an intolerant totalitarian ideology. They are beneath contempt.

    • V10_Rob

      The sooner Europe falls, the sooner North America can start inoculating itself their stupidity.

  • simus1

    Any Israeli Jew who works in an accessible to the public institution in Malmo where muslims are constantly present should not have to be dismissed by her superiors. Her own sense of self preservation should have kicked in long since.

    • Justin St.Denis

      No shit, Sherlock! When I was a kid, Kitchener (Ontario) was known by Jews to be so anti-Semitic (it still is, btw) that my Dad had to turn down a job there because my mother, whose parents wre Holocaust survivors, staunchly refused to even consider living there.

      First thing that crossed my mind when I saw the headline was the same thing that you commented.

  • Barney Sternfield

    I don’t understand why any Jew, Israeli or otherwise, is still in Malmo. They should wake up and smell the coffee already.

    • k2

      From a purely practical perspective, that’s true. But from more emotional side, perhaps they don’t all wish to accept the vicious and unfair bigotry of their fellow countrymen and women without at least putting up a bit of a fight.

      Useless, undoubtedly, but – why SHOULD they be shoved out of the society that until fairly recently they were an intricate part of? Why? Because of the damn muslims? Again, it might be hard to accept this without putting up some kind of a resistance.

      • Barney Sternfield

        Because if they stand, they’ll stand alone. I rather doubt that their fellow countrymen are going to rally to their side, I expect the opposite. In my humble opinion Sweden in their actions is not worthy of their Jews’loyalty. They’re better off going someplace else where what they have to offer is appreciated. Anything else is like peeing against the wind.

        • V10_Rob

          Sweden (and the other islamic havens of Europe) are in for a rude awakening when their Jews are out of the way. “So,” they’ll ask nervously, “We’re cool now, right Mo?”

    • Kathy Prendergast

      Some of them have lived there their whole lives, as have their parents and in many cases their ancestors many generations back….it’s their home, they have contributed to it and respected its customs and laws, so why should they be the ones who have to leave? It is grossly unfair to have to do that, so I can understand why some are still digging their heels in, no matter how bad it gets. To make the choice to leave and not look back is to realize there is no hope, and it’s very difficult to get to that point for many people.

      • marty_p

        Your comment eerily sounds like the argument that some German Jews used in the 1930’s to justify staying in Germany.
        It’s interesting that the state of affairs in Malmo is being buried by the MSM.

      • Justin St.Denis

        Ideological obstinacy does not trump political realities, but abject stupidity can.

  • Kathy Prendergast

    I can’t understand how a teacher could have been fired simply because she was an Israeli (but presumably a legal resident of Sweden after over 30 years!) and a Jew; no employer would get away with that in Canada. It’s a second-hand story so there may have been more to it than that, but if not, Sweden is even more completely f***ed than I had realized. I also doubt that the employer said that the “Swedish” students in the school were just as “racist” and anti-Semitic as the Arabs, or if he did say it he must have known it was BS but was just trying to be “fair”. Native Swedes are not the principle cause of the anti-Semitism problem in Sweden, except of course as enablers.

    • V10_Rob

      Forget about facts and logic. Forget about common sense. Forget about the history of how the world has been run, as well as the myths about how it should be run.

      Accept that this is the Twilight Zone, this is Bizarro World, this is an insane asylum run by the inmates.

      Then you can understand it.

      • simus1

        It seems fairly obvious that she was in danger from muslim fanatics or muslim terrorists or both and as a result everyone in that school was in danger. You may have “right of way” at an intersection but if a car bomb driver with no brakes is coming through it on a red light, that debate is moot.

        • Justin St.Denis

          Excellent analogy.