Saturday, 9 May 2015

Denmark: Buses burned in a string of anti Israel and antisemite attacks




Four Danish buses were destroyed in a arson attack. But there is more ...




The buses were found on fire in the early hours of Friday morning in Copenhagen. Another was found covered 
in anti-Israeli graffiti.

Last week, Copenhagen’s city's transit authority ordered the removal of advertisements by a pro-Palestinian group calling for a boycott of Israeli goods.  Believe it or then completely don´t believe it "but the group behind the adverts condemned the fire", calling it "a criminal act"....

The spokesman for Copenhagen's police force, Jens Moeller Jensen gave media a so called politically correct message: "There could be" a political motive.



The scariest part in the entire scenario is that such Brainstormer´s bosses might be the ones who are in charge of the “possible “ political crime. We consider this one theory tells Jens Moeller. But we cannot link it to anything for now." Dear god only one theory ?  That's what one could await from a squirrel to come up with during a exert cold season in the Danish woods.

The advertisements were paid for by the Danish-Palestinian Friendship Association.  It says it works "to influence the Danish public and the Danish authorities to do more for  the Palestinians' right to self-determination."


The notices, placed on 35 buses across Copenhagen, showed two Palestinian women opposite the words: "Our conscience is clean! We neither buy products from the Israeli settlements nor invest in the settlement industry."

But within four days, the bus company, Movia, removed the adverts, saying they were "unnecessarily offensive".  Movia added that it had "received a significant number of inquiries regarding the Danish Palestinian Friendship Association's campaign against Israeli settlements."

The company received close to 100 complaints, most of them in English, a Movia spokeswoman said. After the fire, Fathi El Abed, the head of the Danish-Palestinian Friendship Association, told the Copenhagen Post: "I hope it's not someone with a Palestinian background that is behind this."It's a criminal act and should be treated as such."


Not the only attack by far that is Palestinian related!

Not long ago in January, a gunman of Palestinian descent was shot dead by police in Copenhagen after he attacked a synagogue and a free speech debate.  A Jewish man and a film director were killed and five police injured. The killer Omar El-Hussein was known to hate Jews.


The media should not stop the reporting here!


Only five days prior a church in the Copenhagen district of Nørrebro, which welcomed a rabbi to speak on Sunday, was vandalised on Saturday night.

The phrases “Free Gaza” and “Close the 
Death Camps” were spray-painted on the 
doors of the Anna Church. 

Bricks were also thrown through the church’s windows.

Rabbi Bent Melchior spoke at the church on Sunday to mark the 70th anniversary of Denmark’s liberation from the Nazis. Not only this but he also reportedly received repeated death threats ahead of his appearance! That's not nothing dear media !

“They came at night because they are too afraid of the daylight,” Rabbi Melchior told the newspaper Politiken. “There are idiots present in all sections of society: Danes, Muslims, Jews, Christians.” 
Danish Police at are treating the vandalism as a politically-motivated attack…


We at SDR can respect any political wish as long as it follows the politically given lines.
However we don't accept Palestinians taking law into their own hands in especially in a country that has given so generously everything that any Palestinian refugees could  wish for. 
It makes one truly wonder "if this the Palestinian way to say thank you" to the people of Denmark ?