A hideously anti-Semitic cartoon in The Times has caused an international scandal and demands for an apology. Readers of Norwegian newspapers might be wondering what the big fuss was all about, since our national newspapers are replete with one more outrageous and deeply offensive cartoon after the other. So, it would be futile to expect any decency from the head quarters of the Norwegian BDS movement, who frequently feature cartoons with classic anti-Semitic imagery and claims of a genocide perpetrated against the Palestinians, a particularly vicious lie since the Palestinians have enjoyed a particularly healthy population growth since 1967.
Below are only two modest examples of the kind of cartoons the BDS movement think are appropriate arguments in this bitter conflict:
Like I said, don’t hold your breath waiting for an apology…. These people wont even acknowledge that their particular brand of “anti-Israel” agitation is an important source for the scary growth in anti-Semitic attitudes in Norway.