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Once more, with feeling

Associate professor Trond Andresens response to being criticized by Alan Dershowitz (mentioned previously on this site) was published on Aftenpostens website, serendipitously, on April 1st.  Yesterday it appeared in print as well. We might take this opportunity to meditate on Andresens…

NRK: NTNU infested with anti-Semitism

NRK today reports that according to Michal Rachel Suissa, leader of Center against anti-Semitism, parts of prestigious NTNU are infested with anti-Semitism. Excerpt: Michal Rachel Suissa leads the Center against anti-Semitism in Norway. She believes part of the explanation behind…

Hunting Jews in Trondheim

Mark Twain observed that the past does not repeat itself, but sometimes it rhymes. These days, the rhyme in Trondheim is a nasty one. Two recent letters to the weekly Morgenbladet tell of Jews being harassed in Trondheim, one for…

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…

Aftenposten sanitizes Sayid Qutb

The screenshot above is of an article in Aftenposten on June 12th, on how Marjam Salvesen Bhatti, wife of synagogue-shooter Arfan Bhatti, lauds female suicide bombers on Facebook. The factbox to the right provides a rough outline of the concept…

Fear and loathing at NTNU

If anyone has failed to grasp it by now, this site is less about Israel and Jews than it is about us Norwegians. How is it that so many of us are so obsessed with exactly Israel? And is it…

Business tycoon withdraws NTNU scholarship

Norwegian business tycoon Olav Thon has decided that due to the politicizing of NTNU he will no longer finance a professorate at that institution. From Vårt Land, which refers to today’s paper edition of Aftenposten: The board resolved on November…