Antisemmetism in Norway?? - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Ida
    • 02.10.09 | 09:40 (IST)

    As an 18 year old norwegian student I can say that I have NEVER thought of my country as anti semmetic... I think Liebermann needs to see thedifference between critisism and racism/anti semmitism. The political debate in Norway is NEVER critical to Jews, but to the politics of Israel. We are also critical to the politics, terrorism and attitude of many palestinians.And we see that both sides of the conflicts have some extremist participants. The important thingis to support the liberals on bth sides of the cnflict, and critisise the extreme. As for Hebron I am truly worried for what mighthappend if ISPH has to go...have heard many terrible stories from friends who have been there as a part of the monitoring group... Lastly, denying the Norweian support to Gaza will in my opinion only makes things worse, people withno hope,no food, no familybecomes terrrists... RAISE THELIVING CONDITIONS AND THE CONFLICT MAY ONE DAY COME TO AN END!

    from the article: Lieberman: Norway too 'hostile' to have monitors in Hebron
    First published 02:10 02.10.09 | Last updated 06:43 02.10.09
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