Tag Archive for Israel

On this day… the Hama massacre

An anniversary of which we can be certain nothing will be written about in Norwegian media, although we have to point out that DN journalist Kjetil Wiedswang commented upon it in an article on July 4th 2009. Wikipedia on Hama…

Judenhass in Trondheim

In last week’s edition of Morgenbladet, a man wrote of how he upon visiting a cafe in Trondheim was slapped for the sin of refusing to be ashamed of having relatives in Israel. In this week’s issue, a Norwegian Jew…

The Milgram experiment: obeying Dr.Mads

Is Israel any worse than other countries in the Middle East? This is what Dr.Mads tells us. Yet there is good reason to question his authority. Stanley Milgram conducted his first obedience – experiments at Yale University in 1963. The…

Israel makes front page of LMD… again

After some relatively quiet weeks it appears that the media has hit the Israel-vein again. Yesterday Aftenposten had a Gaza-story on its front page. Today it was Klassekampen’s turn. Not only that, but today’s Klassekampen also offered a bonus issue…

Labor youth and Bjørn Tore Godal

Bjørn Tore Godal (Labor) headed Labor Youth in 1971, when the organization suggested that the Jewish state of Israel would have to give way to a one-state solution for both Jews and Muslims. As foreign minister in the mid-nineties, Mr.…

How about an Abulhawa audio-book?

Susan Abulhawa’s “Morning in Jenin” is making a lot of people very happy. The author is making money, the publisher is capturing a large market-share and the readers get a whopping good read featuring an evil villain, a noble hero,…

Undercutting freedom

This transcript is not receiving anything near the attention it deserves. Read it again and compare it to the current Israel-debate in Aftenposten. The founder of Human Rights Watch, Robert L. Bernstein, recently delivered a lecture on human rights at…