Muslim hatred of Jews has a history spanning back to the origin of islam.
If these thugs, assaulting Jewish children in an apparent hate crime, turn out to be underage, their name will never be known according to the UK Parliament.
We do know that many muslims hate Jews. However, we are rarely told about muslim attacks on Jews as hate crimes. Why?
Klevius wonders what this will mean for religiously motivated hate crimes? Will they become even less visible while simultaneously increasing precisely because of this move?
Islamic State uses even very young children to commit hate crimes.
But there's also an unknown gray area of less radical muslims who may encourage each other as well as their children. Not to mention among children/teenagers themselves.
The Simon Wiesenthal Center: "Swedish Jews have been targets of hate crimes from muslim extremists, but authorities have rarely, if ever, taken action against the perpetrators."
Klevius: Perhaps they are too busy chasing "islamophobes" (i.e. people who demand the same from muslims as what is demanded from them - i.e. Human Rights equality, not sharia racism/sexism).
However, the Simon Wiesenthal Center also accused the spread of right-wing anti-Semitism by Björn Söder, who belongs to Sweden Democrats (SD), a party that hasn't been involved in what the Wiesenthal Center labels "inaction by Swedish authorities".
Björn Söder, who is a Deputy Speaker in the Swedish Parliament (Riksdagen) said in an interview that he thinks "most people with a Jewish background who have become Swedes leave behind their Jewish identity". He added that it was important to differentiate between citizenship and nationhood.
As Klevius understood the interview in Dagens Nyheter (which is behind a pay wall) Söder's exaple was to put Jews in a positive light, hence contrasting them with those very muslims the Wiesenthal Center complained about. It may also be said that Söder also included the natives of Sweden, i.e. the Sami people, as well as the Finnish speaking Tornedalingar etc.
Söder responded to the claims of anti-Semitism in The Jerusalem Post, writing in part, "In a biased article in one of Sweden’s largest newspapers, Dagens Nyheter (DN: Daily News), some of my statements were dramatically taken out of context to erroneously credit me with opinions that do not correspond with reality. Politically biased journalists and political opponents have further distorted the statements, resulting in a presentation virtually the complete opposite of my actual statements and opinions. This is now distributed in the international press, such as in the Post, which therefore necessitates a clarification on my part."
Klevius: So what's anyway the approved "identity" of an Atheist Swede born in Sweden before mass immigration of muslims? Being an Atheist is a negative identity, and loving that very Swedish culture one was brought up with is considered "right wing", "nationalist" etc. as negative seen epithets. So were to put one's identity? And if one doesn't have a right to a cultural identity, shouldn't this apply equally for all?
Klevius is intelligent enough to understand that society and its values constantly change. That's why Peter Klevius, unlike Björn Söder, can't have an opinion about those already living in a country or those coming to the country - other than that they have to comply with the Holy Negative Human Rights equality. And for most non-muslim immigrants and natives this simple rule seems self-evident.
However, sharia muslims have a problem with it.