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Monday, November 16, 2015

Well, that didn't take long!

I figured it would take at least a week for world governments to start suggesting that the Paris terror attack was caused by the frustration of the Muslim world over the plight of the poor Palestinians.

It took less than two days!

Swedish Foreign Minister, Margot Wallström, came out with the following doozy while offering her country's take on the Paris attacks:

“To counteract the radicalization we must go back to the situation such as the one in the Middle East of which not the least the Palestinians see that there is no future: we must either accept a desperate situation or resort to violence...” 

Right.  I want to hear what she has to say  after the first big Islamo-terror attack on Swedish soil.

Just look at France.  

Even though France has habitually scolded Israel to show restraint in the face of terror and to refrain from feeding the 'cycle of violence' in the wake of attacks here, within hours of the attacks in Paris, French fighter jets were pounding ISIS targets in Syria and the French President was screaming about how "France will be merciless in her response to barbarians".

And Sweden is almost as awash in restive Muslims as France.  

I imagine that when the inevitable bloodbath begins in Stockholm, the Swedes will be equally incapable of taking their own advice.

Buh-bye, Europe.  'Been nice knowin' ya.

Posted by David Bogner on November 16, 2015 | Permalink


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One of the only people I ever unfriended on Facebook was the foreign exchange student from my high school... Half Turkish half Swedish (raised in Sweden) and 100% antisemitic.

Posted by: Safranit | Nov 16, 2015 3:33:27 PM

The only future they`re interested in is one with no Israel,and it`s citizens meet the same fate as the victims in Paris. Sweden has turned the country into an Islamist hub,and seeks to shift the blame to Jews and Israel.

Posted by: Ed | Nov 16, 2015 5:30:34 PM

I`ve just read the David Horovitz editorial in TimesofIsrael.Very concise and reasoned.

Posted by: Ed | Nov 16, 2015 6:40:15 PM

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