In the latest anti-Semitic incident in Germany – also an Islamic attack – two men claiming refugee status assaulted and robbed a Jewish man at a northern port.
Two Muslim men seeking refugee status in Germany assaulted and robbed a French Jew on Saturday, the UK’s Jewish News reported.
According to police, muggers yelled “Jew” in Arabic before pushing the 49-year-old man to the ground at Puttgarden ferry port in northern Germany and stealing a bag of cash, a bank card, at train ticket and a mobile phone.
The assailants, a Syrian and an Afghan, reportedly were waiting for a train to a refugee center after being denied entry to Denmark, having lacked the correct paperwork.
On New Year’s Eve, a large crowd of “refugees” sexually molested around 100 women in the center of Cologne.
Also recently, a German court in December allowed sharia law police to patrol the streets of Wuppertal, another northern city, in order to ensure that all people adhere to Muslim religious law. At first the nine men were arrested, BBC reported, but a German court ruled that they did not break the law will not be prosecuted.
In November, following warnings from Israeli intelligence, a soccer stadium in the northern German city of Hanover was evacuated when explosives were discovered in a parked ambulance outside. The city’s TUI-Arena was also evacuated the same evening ahead of a musical performance.
In February 2015, police in the German city of Braunschweig canceled a popular carnival street parade for fear of an Islamic terror attack. Police reportedly received information about a “concrete threat of an attack with an Islamist background” and advised people to remain at home.
Meanwhile, German Chancellor Angela Merkel in December stated her support for the European Union’s guidelines to remove “Made in Israel” labels on all products from Judea and Samaria, eastern Jerusalem and the Golan Heights.