Tag Archive for cartoon

Boycott the Jew-Orange!

Morten Strøksnes is an intelligent and well-read Norwegian who seriously believes Israel is the heart of darkness and therefore must be boycotted. For Strøksnes, this is no joking matter. He is deadly serious about it. The screenshot above is from…

Key note speaker: ‘Gays must be stoned’

NRK (Norwegian state broadcasting) reports that key note speaker at the muslim demonstration against Dagbladet on Friday believes that homosexuals must be killed. Unauthorized translation from NRK: Mohammad explains that he supports the Islamic rebels  al-Shabaab in Somalia who recently…

Abid Raja: ‘Don’t demonstrate today’

Politician Abdi Raja (Liberals) is advising Norwegian muslims not to demonstrate against the Dagbladet cartoon today. Unauthorized translation from NRK: There will be a demonstration in front of Parliament today in protest against the publication of cartoon of the prophet…

September 11th on Norwegian soil

Will there be a “September 11th” on Norwegian soil if cartoons insulting Islam continue to be published? Unauthorized translation from NRK (State Broadcasting). At 3 PM new demonstrations against the publication of a cartoon of the prophed Muhammed commenced in…

Young Turks hack Dagbladet over cartoon

The daily newspaper Dagbladet has been hacked after publishing a cartoon of Allah where the deity was depicted as a pig. Unauthorized translation from Dagbladet: (Dagbladet.no) Yesterday evening Dagbladet.no broke apart as several Turkish IP-addresses opened the front page of…

Cartoon: the Carl Bildt philosophy

Swedes think Norwegians are a bunch of undisciplined cowboys. Meanwhile Norwegians see Swedes as being overly prim-and-proper and obsessed with going by the book. This prejudice is not entirely unfounded. Norway was never feudal the way Sweden was, neither was…

MFA offers Norwegian passport to Israel

A reader writes to Haaretz about how Norway offered him a Norwegian passport. Covered in Verdens Gang. August 26, 2006 To: The President of Indonesia Dr. Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono Prime Minister of Norway Jens Stoltenberg Your Excellencies, About two months…