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    • L. King
    • 29.07.11 | 23:15 (IDT)

    Ever hear of Quisling? The Terboven government worked with the Nazis. The Norweigan resistance however did help a large number of Jews to escape. Then again, there were very few Jews in Norway. The original Constitution did not allow Jews to live there.

    from the article: Norway's ambassador: Palestinian appeal to UN legitimate in lieu of treaty with Israel
    First published 18:58 28.07.11 | Last updated 18:58 28.07.11
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