Some Jews walks down the street of a European city. Yarmulkes sit atop their heads. Recognizable as Jews, they don’t make it very far before they attract unwanted attention. At first they were mocked, then they were spit upon, while their attackers make Nazi salutes.
Nazi Germany 1939? No. Amsterdam, 2010.
Last week, a television broadcast showed how three Jews with skullcaps, two adolescents and an adult, were harassed within thirty minutes of being out in the streets of Amsterdam. Young Muslims spat at them, mocked them, shouted insults and made Nazi salutes. “Dirty Jew, go back to your own country,” a group of Moroccan youths shouted at a young indigenous Dutch Jew.
But this is where the story gets even crazier.
Dutch police, concerned about protecting …