No one is spared, no one is free from the challenging effect and violence from Islamic immigration on western society. For the first time since Hitler’s Nazi Germany, Jews are pressured to leave Sweden in an effort to find greater safety in their lives.
Mr Eilenberg said he and his wife considered moving to Stockholm where Jews feel safer than in Malmo. “But we decided not to because in five years time I think it will be just as bad there,” he said.
“This is happening all over Europe. I have cousins who are leaving their homes in Amsterdam and France for the same reason as me.”
Malmo’s Jews are not the only ones to suffer hate crimes.
At the city’s Islamic Centre, the director Bejzat Becirov pointed out a bullet hole in the window behind the main reception desk.