Germany 2018: Jews urged not to wear traditional skullcaps after attacks

Germany 2018: Jews urged not to wear traditional skullcaps after attacks, by the BBC.

The leader of Germany’s Jewish community has advised Jews to avoid wearing traditional skullcaps (kippahs) following anti-Semitic attacks.

Josef Schuster, the president of the Central Council of Jews in Germany, told Berlin public radio that Jews should exercise caution in big cities. …

Germany’s Jewish population has grown rapidly since the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989. Before 1989, the population was below 30,000 but an influx of Jews, mainly from the former Soviet Union, has raised the number to more than 200,000.

Merkel’s mistake was merely the biggest in 30+ years of European immigration policy based on fantasies.