Image 01 Image 03

Antisemitism Among Muslims a Result of ‘Islamophobia,’ Claims Official German Study

Antisemitism Among Muslims a Result of ‘Islamophobia,’ Claims Official German Study

State-funded study tells Germans to “take Islamophobic experiences of young Muslims serious.”

There is no mental contortion too extreme for European liberals when it comes to covering up the crimes and misconduct of the members of the immigrant Muslim population. The latest example comes from Germany, where a state-funded study concluded that growing anti-semitism among Muslims was in fact a result of “Islamophobia” in the country.

“Many Muslims justify their own Antisemitism and misanthropic attitudes with the fact ‘that they feel devalued and discriminated by growing Islamophobia,'” the German newspaper Die Welt reported, citing the study conducted by the state-run Federal Agency for Civic Education, or BPB. According to the report, the young Muslims were responding to perceived “Islamophobia” by cranking up their Jew hatred.

The study urged native Germans to “take Islamophobic experiences of young Muslims serious.” The Agency for Civic Education advised “meetings” and “shared activities” between Muslims and Jews to “reduce Antisemitism.”

Die Welt reported the study under the headline: “Experts regard Antisemitism among Muslims as a result of Islamophobia.”

Many Muslims justify their Antisemitism and misanthropic attitudes with the fact “that they feel devalued and discriminated by surging Islamophobia.” This is finding from the published final report of a project with schools on the topic of Antisemitism. This was reported by the Federal Agency for Civic Education. (…)

The preventive project “Extremists out – Empowerment instead of Antisemitism” was conducted between 2015 and 2018 in two schools in Dinslaken und Duisburg-Marxloh. The objective was to shed light on and to deal with antisemitic attitudes among youth of Muslim faith. The project, funded by the Federal Ministry of Immigration and Refugees, is to be extended to cover all of Germany.

The survey handed out recommended actions for the schools [to follow]. One of the objective, described by the researchers, is that young people of Muslim faith in Germany should be respected as “equal members of our immigration society.” This recognition starts with the language. We are dealing with “German youth of Muslim faith” and not with “Turks” and “Arabs.” It is of utmost importance that the majority society is capable of distinguishing between various Muslim communities.

Furthermore, it is important to take Islamophobic experiences of young Muslims seriously. Only then could the empathy be developed among them for the sensitivities of the Jews. In order to reduce Antisemitism, there needs to be meetings and continuing shared activities. [Die Welt, April 2; Translated by the author]

Since the beginning of the migrant crisis, Jewish community leaders have urged Chancellor Angela Merkel to reconsider her decision of allowing uncontrolled immigration from Arab and Muslim countries. Many of these migrants come “from cultures in which hate towards Jews and intolerance are fixed components,” Josef Schuster, the head of Germany’s Central Council of Jews, warned in the wake of the migrant crisis.

A 2017 study by Munich-based Hanns Seidel foundation concluded that 50 percent of Muslim refugees to Germany held antisemitic views. “More than half of Muslim asylum seekers showed clear tendencies of an antisemitic attitude pattern,” the authors of the study said.

Needless to say, these warnings and findings have gone unheeded by Chancellor Angela Merkel’s government.

Since Germany opened its borders to unregulated immigration, the Jew-hatred has been on the rise as well. In 2018, the number of anti-semitic crimes surged by 10 percent in 2018. As German broadcaster Deutsche Welle reported in February, last year “there were 1,646 incidents recorded nationwide, compared to 1,504 in 2017.” According to German media reports, some 70 percent of German Jews have stopped wearing Jewish symbols in public to avoid violent attacks from “migrants of Turkish and Arab origin.”

Seven decades after Holocaust, it is disheartening to see German politicians and media explaining away violent anti-semitism instead of taking a clear stand against it.

video: Antisemitism on the rise in Germany

[Cover image via YouTube]


Donations tax deductible
to the full extent allowed by law.


Can we use the language correctly please?

A “phobia” is an irrational fear.

Firing up the ovens in Germany again

    bw222 in reply to gonzotx. | April 3, 2019 at 4:39 pm

    If the Muslims ever take control, the Jews may be the first to be persecuted, but they won’t be the last.

      JusticeDelivered in reply to bw222. | April 3, 2019 at 4:53 pm

      We should strike a deal with Germany to take their Jews and they take Obama’s Muslims.

It is their way of saying anti semitism is normal and good. The NAZI party has just changed their name not their policies.

Even if there was such a thing as “Islamophobia,” I’m still not getting how that logically leads to antisemitism.

JusticeDelivered | April 3, 2019 at 4:48 pm

“Seven decades after Holocaust, it is disheartening to see German politicians and media explaining away violent anti-semitism instead of taking a clear stand against it.”

No need to worry, these idiot politicians will eventually end up with Muslim boots on their necks. They will see their heritage and culture eradicated, and their genetics diluted to the point that the German lineage will only remain recognizable in other countries like America.

Will they recognize the problem before it is too late? If the do, what will be the cost to remove these two legged lemmings?

    notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital in reply to JusticeDelivered. | April 3, 2019 at 5:00 pm

    Adolpha Merkle – unrepentant Communist Party member still.

    One of my professional colleagues who loved to travel to Europe (mainly Germany and Austria) told one time of some Germans he was sharing a railroad carriage compartment with on one of his trips.

    They assumed as with most Americans that he wasn’t fluent in German.

    They were saying things such as Hitler wasn’t all that bad, etc.

It’s not due to the non-existent condition of “Islamophobia.” It’s due to the reality of Islam. Hatred for non-Muslims is baked into the Islamic cake. In fact, Muslims have a religious duty to hate Allah’s enemies. Which is everyone who has rejected the entire fraud of Islam, Allah, and Muhammad.

The thing is, these Muslims know how to play leftists. Their Stockholm syndrome is so strong that they’ll believe anything rather than wake up to the fact they’ve invited a mob of adherents of a mass murdering rapists and wife beaters into their countries.

So these Muslims know how to play us (not me, but then I’m not a leftist). Muslim Brotherhood think tanks invented the term Islamophobia a couple of decades back. In particular the IIIT (International Insitute of Islamic Thought). Call these quislings names and they fold. The Muslims noticed that the equally meaningless term “Homophobia” was extremely effective when it came to getting people to shut up and get them to go along with their program. So why come up with an entirely original epithet?

They know leftists hate their countries and are filled with guilt. So we’ll go along and commit suicide.

OleDirtyBarrister | April 3, 2019 at 5:31 pm

This seems perfectly logical.

The muslims never hated jews until they moved to Germany and experienced bad will and feelings from the Germans. That in turn engendered bad feeling in the muslims against the jews.

Yeah, right.

The Germans need to open the history books and start reading at about the year 609 A.D. forward (when the muzzies believe allah revealed the text of the koran/quran to Mohammed).

I’d like to voice my opinion of this “study”: Hogwash!

A study in feeding the Ouroboros.

The Muslims want islamphobia to be applied to others but not themselves. Is it not islamphobic for Muslims to refuse to discuss why Islam commands the killing of gays, apostates, and blasphemers? Are they afraid to talk about Islam? That sounds like islamphobia.

In part this is because the Muslim attitude is that Muslims and Islam must always be blameless. If Muslims are murdering and raping, it’s the fault of the victims that it is happening. In Muslim countries criticizing Muslims and Islam is forbidden, so any criticism of Jew-hatred among Muslims must be shut down and blamed on the critics themselves.

The Irony is that leftist Jews are among the most active open border activists anywhere.
Without naming names they actually go as far as funding migrants to Europe with prefunded bank cards to the tune of Euro 500 a month not to mention a shipping taxi service from north Africa to Europe.

Paul In Sweden | April 4, 2019 at 11:07 am

Former UK Official Who Popularised the Term ‘Islamophobia’ Admits Error

Originally published under the title “UK Equalities Chief Who Popularised The Term ‘Islamophobia’ Admits: ‘I Thought Muslims Would Blend into Britain… I Should Have Known Better'”

–Former UK Official Who Popularised the Term ‘Islamophobia’ Admits Error :: Middle East Forum
-RETRIEVED-Thu Apr 04 2019 17:06:13 GMT+0200 (Central European Summer Time)

What’s Germany’s excuse for Anti-Semitism then?

DINORightMarie | April 7, 2019 at 8:36 am

Quite disturbing.

I would question the data collection methods – did they use personal interviews, surveys, questionnaires (either in-person or not)? All of these can be made to slant toward a favored or biased outcome with loaded or leading questioning. The personal interview or other personal interaction is most likely to influence the subject(s) (Muslim students, apparently), with non-verbal queues or leading questions/comments that would direct the Muslim subject to provide a particular answer.

Examples: “Does German society welcome you, treat you well or not? follow-on: Does this impact your view of the Jews in Germany? Why?” or “How does the way people treat you in Germany affect your views on Jews in Germany?” or even more directly “Do you like Jews? Does discrimination against you and other Muslims make you dislike Jews? Why?”

Along the way a personal interviewer could be nodding or giving other non-verbal indications with their body language that they want the “yes” and then expand on discrimination as the “cause” instead of digging for and identifying the root cause(s) of their anti-Semitic views.

Like statistics, it is easy to get the desired outcome when you have a pre-determined result and conclusion, which I believe is the case with Germany and this government agency’s “study.” Angela Merkel, along with the legislators, made the decision to solve their population decline problems by having open immigration from these “migrants” without really considering the consequences.

Sow the wind, reap the whirlwind.