August 5, 2014
Same Old Anti-Semitism in Europe
Rich Lowry, New York Post
The Associated Press
The Bergische Synagogue in the German town of Wuppertal has a history with arson. The nearly 120-year-old synagogue was burned down during Kristallnacht in 1938. Rebuilt after World War II, it was targeted again about a week ago by arsonists who threw Molotov cocktails at the house of worship (although, thankfully, they failed to set it aflame).
Welcome to the New Europe, where the street thugs have learned a lot from the Old Europe.
TAGGED: Anti-Semitism, Europe