Thursday, March 29, 2018

Warning to Berlin Schoolchildren: If You Don’t Believe in Allah, You Will Burn

From Vlad Tepes:
Anti-Semitic remarks are also part of everyday school life for many teachers. “There are already many examples of religious bullying in schools today,” a Neukölln headmistress said recently. 
Now yet another incident concerning anti-Semitic tendencies is being talked about. This time it’s about disturbing incidents at Paul Simmel Elementary School in the eastern Tempelhof. It’s about death threats among children. 
The daughter of a 41-year-old man, who wants to remain anonymous, is a student in that school. “Our daughter was mobbed by Muslim students because she doesn’t believe in Allah,” says the man in conversation with the Berliner Zeitung. 
For about three years now there have been religiously-motivated incidents at school, he explains. The most recent one was at the end of February. 
The delicate daughter had been asked by a classmate if she was Jewish, the father reports. 
Since one parent is of Jewish origin, she said yes, to which the student threateningly repeated the word “Jew” several times. In an earlier incident — when the classmates didn’t yet know about the Jewish parent — his daughter had even been threatened with death. 
The physically superior student had said to the then-second-grader that she should be beaten and then killed because she doesn’t believe in Allah.

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