The PointBy Daniel Greenfield

"Berlin is Ours Now And You Won’t Listen to Jewish Music Here.”


Arab assailants attacked a German Jewish teenager who was listening to Israeli music on his mobile phone on Saturday at the Zoologischer Garten train station in western Berlin.

The attackers cursed the teen, identified only as a 17-year-old Berlin native called Jonathan, and threatened to kill him. When his non-Jewish friends came to his defense, they were hit by the attackers, and one sustained cuts to his face and hand from a broken bottle that required hospitalization.

“My friends and I were about to change trains,” the teen told Israel Hayom. “We saw that we would have to wait a long time for the next train, so we went to a nearby shop to buy bottles of beer. I was playing the song ‘Tel Aviv, Ya Habibi, Tel Aviv’ [a hit song by Israeli artist Omer Adam] on my phone when suddenly a group of young Arab men approached me, surrounded me and started yelling at me, ‘Music in Hebrew? You’ve been murdering children for 70 years. Berlin is ours now, and you won’t listen to crappy Jewish music here.’ ”

When Jonathan’s friends tried to defend him, the assailants yelled at them, “You lousy Germans. You don’t have a right to say anything,” and began hitting and punching them, including with broken bottles.

I can’t think of a better summary. 

The new Nazis are here. Except they’re posing as a persecuted group. Meanwhile they persecute others. 

Anti-Semitism continues to rise in Europe. But much of the violence is specifically originating from the Islamic population.