Aftenposten 2013 08 23
Also in other news sources
Employing language seldom used by NTB; this article makes clear the IAF has attacked military targets in Lebanon; in retaliation of rocket attacks on north Israel.
PFLP-GC, which was targeted by the IAF express indignation; states Al Qaeda affiliated group was behind rocket attacks.
CATHOLIC MONASTERY IN ISRAEL ATTACKED BY VANDALS
Bergens Tidende 2013 08 22
A catholic monastery was attacked by vandals painting slogans on its external walls on Tuesday.
Beyond the graffiti; no damages were recorded and no one was hurt, says Police spokeswoman Luba Samri.
She says the words “revenge” and “heathen shall die” were painted in Hebrew on the monastery walls, near the city of Beit Shemesh.
Jewish ultranationalists have been behind a great number of similar attacks on Palestinian mosques, Christian churches and Israeli police in Israel and the occupied West Bank in later years. The attacks are most likely in revenge over illegal settlements, also being illegal according to Israeli legislation, being removed by Israeli police.
RECEIVED CANCER AS A GIFT
Ny Tid, issue of 23rd through 29th of August 2013, p14-23
In this article, depicting the miseries of Gaza, it is claimed Gaza is hit by an epidemic of cancer, caused by Israeli use of depleted uranium against Gaza during operation “Cast Lead”.
Sources for these claims include NGO “Actions of Civilians for Nuclear Disarmament”, who state as much as 75 tons (!) of DU was used against Gaza.
Østlendingen 2013 08 20
Seven “stumbling stones” have been laid in the city of Elverum; in memory of local Jewish citizens perished in the Shoah. The artist behind this concept; Gunter Deming, was present, as was the Mayor of Elverum, Erik Hanstad, as well as relatives of those perished, including Idar Levin, who read a Kaddish.
Mr. Levin was 5 years old at the time of the deportations; he and his mother survived through the help of a local doctor at the hospital, who aided them in hiding.
NRK Hedmark og Oppland 2013 08 19
Fredrik Solbu Jullumstrø
“Stumbling stones” are to be set in several Norwegian cities, including Elverum, Oslo, Stavanger, Mosjøen and Haugesund this weekend. More will be set by next year. One of the survivors, Idar Levin is interviewed, he tells a story of survival through luck- and the intervention of a local doctor.
Also, Sidsel Levin is interviewed, in the context of her initiative on this issue.
Helgeland Arbeiderblad 2013 08 21
“Stumbling stones” set down in the city of Mosjøen, in memory of Isak Shotland, Moses Schapiro and Abraham Feidelmann, local citizens who perished in the Shoah.