Belgian authorities have become a source of ridicule and contempt over the poor manner in which they manage national security. Every Muslim terrorist in Molenbeek was named on internal security lists. Belgian authorities didn’t care and let them roam free and run bomb factories from their home. However, when a teacher expressed concerns and disgust that his Muslim pupils cheered and celebrated the Brussels attacks police was instantly on his door step.
Here may be an explanation to the underlying cause for this kind of special treatment of Muslims:
Belgian official says he’d ‘kill each and every Jew’
Peacekeeper from Molenbeek sparks national outrage over blatantly anti-Semitic rant on Facebook.
By Gedalyah Reback,
June 1, 2015, 3:47 pm
View of the Jewish Museum of Brussels taken on May 25, 2014, where a deadly shooting took place the day before. (AFP/Georges Gobet).
A Belgian municipal security officer is facing dismissal after saying he would kill “each and every Jew” during a debate on Facebook this past Friday.
“The word Jew itself is dirty. If I were in Israel, frankly, I would do to the Jews what they do with the Palestinians — slaughter each and every one of them,” wrote the officer, who was only referred to as Mohamed N. in Belgian media.
The debate quickly spiraled as the officer ignored requests from others in the discussion to tone down his statements, according to a report in Belgian paper Le Soir.
The officer was going by the pseudonym Bebeto Gladiateur.
According to Belgian media the man was a “guardian of the peace” — an official force dedicated to maintaining security and serving as a deterrent to neighborhood crime, but one that does not wield police powers.
“If this is true, this gentleman will see the door. There is no question about it,” Le Soir quoted Molenbeek Mayor Françoise Schepmans as saying. “The guardians of the peace assume a role of mediation in the community. They are the image of communal authority. His words shocked me… I cannot tolerate such an attitude of a communal agent.”
Belgian reports indicated that the officer was going to be dismissed and that the dismissal process had already started.
“It will be done according to procedure,” Schepmans said.
“There are two things particularly questionable about this case,” said Joël Rubinfeld, president of the Belgian League against Anti-Semitism (LBCA). “Firstly, [there is] the fact that a ‘guardian of the peace’ would publicly speak something that is so antithetical to the values he is supposed to embody, promote and defend. Secondly, there is the anti-Semitic speech that I am concerned expresses itself increasingly uninhibitedly in certain circles.”
Rubinfeld has warned in the past that rising anti-Semitism is spurring an exodus from Belgium. Last year, a veteran of the Syrian civil war opened fire at the Brussels Jewish Museum, murdering four people.
Correction: An earlier version of this article erroneously referred to Mohamed N. as a policeman.