There is no law like this... - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Erik
    • 16.08.10 | 10:01 (IDT)

    Haaretz does not check it's facts... there is NO law like this... There is mearly a tradition to name routes that have been climbed; who then get that name published in the Climbers Ass. Guidebook of Climbing and Bouldering Routes.... So no Mount Pizza... But you might get to name a route "Pizza" and have that name published in their guidebook over possible routes to climb... As far as the names goes... Couldn't be more insensitive or distasteful... the fact that they (Climbers Ass.) insist on not changing them is idiotic... so the local Gov. is forcing them now... But on a sidenote; the Swedish Climbers Ass. is mostly made up of a gang of Left Wing radicals that does not care what is right - But then again so is most Haaretz readers and obviously employees.

    from the article: Swedish mountains named 'little Hitler' and '3rd Reich' irk some climbers
    First published 00:08 16.08.10 | Last updated 00:08 16.08.10
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