It ran cold down the back of Henri Goldstein, as a chief of the synagogue called him on Thursday afternoon.
in Front of the building in Krystalgade in Copenhagen sat a colourful sticker on one of the boards with a clear message.
Hugs and fight the jews and the homosexuals. The sender is The Nordic Resistance movement also called the Nordfront.
"It's scary. Now it has come even nearer," observed Henri Goldstein, who is the president of the jewish community.
The organized group of nazis was last in focus in november, when the jewish cemetery in Randers was vandalized.
"In the jewish cemetery, they live no longer, but the synagogue we use every day," says Henri Goldstein.
He is generally concerned about the growing jødehad, which characterizes Europe as well as Denmark. The concern becomes only greater when the sender is an organized nazi movement that have been active in spreading anti-semitism in cities across the country.
"obviously It is a group, which will mark themselves in the Danish society, and they are more active than we thought," says Henri Goldstein.
"We fear that they can go longer than vandalism. We fear that they will become violent."
The jewish community stresses, however, that they experience great support from the Justistsministeren and the authorities in general.
B. T. have tried to get a comment from the Nordfront, but they are not returned at our request.Updated Date: 07 December 2019, 00:00