Two dead in Copenhagen shootings; One victim was guard outside synagogue bat mitzva party (Jerusalem Post)
This is pretty soon after the antisemitic attacks in Paris that left even more innocents dead.
|Julien Pebrel—MYOP for TIME|
Last week’s chaotic violence in Paris reached a spectacular climax on Friday afternoon, when a lone gunman stormed through the doors of a kosher supermarket, Kalashnikov blazing, and took its customers siege. Four hostages died in the terrifying four-hour ordeal. Amedy Coulibaly’s assault in Paris’s easternmost neighborhood appeared to erupt out of nowhere after days dominated by the Charlie Hebdomassacre; it jangled already frayed French nerves and pushed security forces close to a breaking point. (TIME)It's now getting impossible to sweep European antisemitism under the carpet, but United States President Barack Hussein Obama is still trying to do so.
This week, apropos of seemingly nothing, in an interview with Mathew Yglesias from the Vox.com website, Obama was asked about terrorism. In his answer the president said the terrorism threat is overrated. And that was far from the most disturbing statement he made.
Moving from the general to the specific, Obama referred to the jihadists who committed last month’s massacres in Paris as “a bunch of violent vicious zealots,” who “randomly shot a bunch of folks in a deli in Paris.” (Caroline Glick)
It's clear that the Obama White House is competing with FDR's disgraceful attitude towards Jews. Obama's continued support by many Americans is very worrying.