Anti-Semitism in Scandanavia - the double edged sword - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Marc Goodman
    • 03.05.13 | 18:20 (IDT)

    It always strikes me as strange that Scandinavians who reputedly support equity for Palestinians in the Middle East neglect to point out the dire and dangerous sword edge under which Christians live in the Arab world. The other edge of this sword is the fervent wish for all Muslims to return to their countries of origin in order to maintain the purity of the Nordic race and the established way of life. Who better to blame than the Jews and Israel! If Israel did not exist then the Muslims of Europe would return to the 'peaceful' life of a "Judenrein" Middle East. The great threat then would be the eventual destruction of all other religious groups in these countries under Islamic religious law. If the Scandinavian countries really want to promote equity amongst the Palestinians and other non-Islamic Arabs, then they must begin the wholesale acceptance and support of the Middle East's Christian populations either through an aggressive immigration policy or recognition that only in Israel is there a reasonable chance for their co-religionists of all stripes to live together in relative harmony and safety.

    from the article: Report: Anti-Israel attitudes fueling anti-Semitism in Norway
    First published 19:31 22.10.12 | Last updated 19:31 22.10.12
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