Danish Jews Have Always Been Proud – but Now They're Starting to Worry / Podcast

TLV1's Gilad Halpern interviews David Lexner, a close childhood friend of Dan Uzan, the guard killed outside of a Copenhagen synagogue on Saturday.

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Mourners from the Jewish community bring flowers and light candles to honor the shooting victims outside the main Synagogue in Copenhagen, Denmark on February 15, 2015.Credit: AFP
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Danish Jew Dan Uzan, 37, was guarding a celebration at a community building near Copenhagen's main synagogue when he was shot dead on Saturday night in an attack that shocked the city and the world.

TLV1 radio show "So Much to Say" interviewed David Lexner, a close childhood friend of Uzan.

"Danish Jews have traditionally felt proud to be Danish and they're very integrated, but the recent decline of personal safety - [Saturday’s] incident was by no means the first - is starting to get to people," says Lexner

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