Monthly Archives: May 2009

ECJ and the European Parliament

Is Christianity a spent force in Europe? There are those who think otherwise. Here is a message from Tomas Sandell in the European Coalition for Israel: Dear friends, We are now less than two weeks away from the European Parliament…

The western front of the jihad against the jews

Norway’s red-green coalition government is not marketing the nation in a very favorable way. International attention is scarce, but increasingly also drawing attention to some rather disappointing aspects of Norwegian foreign policy. From Melanie Phillips, columnist in The Spectator, here: Egypt, you…

A lethal double standard

Melanie Philips is a columnist in The Spectator who primarily covers the anglo-american world. Much of what she writes is equally valid for Norway, however. Here is an excerpt from her article “A lethal double standard“: Sure, there are some…

On jews and seal hunting

In an effort to curb seal-hunting the EU has imposed a ban on all sales of seal-products. Norwegians, who have hunted seals since the dawn of time, rightly find this absurd. It just does not stand to reason to ban one form of…

Israel, Burma and the boycott campaign

Even as the anti-Israel lobby is mustering for boycott, the average Norwegian is increasingly questioning the wisdom of singeling Israel out for critizism. One enlightened reader of Dabladet, a Norwegian daily, writes in a letter which is as short as it…

The European Parliament and the christian vote

The European Coalition for Israel is launching a campaign to “mobilize, inspire and inform Christians about the upcoming European Parliament elections”. Read more about ECI on their website.  From their newsletter: The primary concerns of ECI and its supporters are…

Archive 2006: Synagogue was terror target

Norway is, due to the language barrier, a largely inaccessible country. People in the outside world have little ken of events in Norway and most Norwegians rely on Norwegian newspapers to inform them about international events. This situation became even more expressed when Aftenposten, a major…