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Norway deserves everything that is coming to it from its "cultural enrichment" by islam.  It looks like this anti-semitism is long-standing: in the 19th century it was illegal for jews to enter Norway.  How long before we see a re-play of the Toulouse massacre in Norway?  No-one honestly expects the Norwegian government would condemn such a thing the way they condemned Breivik's atrocities.  After the Uttoya massacre, the Norwegian ambassador to Israel basically said that Israel deserved this kind of terrorism, whilst Norway didn't - http://frontpagemag.com/2011/07/29/terrorism-against-israel-more-ju... . Quislings indeed.

http://www.israelnationalnews.com/Articles/Article.aspx/11416#.T2se...


“The current Labor/radical left Norwegian government is promoting an extreme one-sided and negative stance toward Israel. It is responsible for creating a politically-correct hatred of Israel among many people in the country. This has made Norway, in my view, the most anti-Semitic country in the West. In Norwegian history, there has never been such an anti-Israeli attitude.”

Hanne Nabintu Herland is a Norwegian academic and a historian of religion. She has authored several successful books. The latest one, Respect, published in February 2012, received a lot of publicity and tops the country’s best seller list.

Yet, there has been complete public silence regarding the sharp criticism she poses in the book against the current leftist government for its biased view on Israel.

Herland says, “Control on public opinion is so strong in Norway that it is questionable whether it can be considered a free democratic state. The Labor Party has widely used the terror attack by Anders Breivik against it on 22 July 2011 to further discriminate against any opposition and shut down public debate.”

She adds: “The Norwegian government indirectly accepts the Hamas agenda where its main goals include ethnic cleansing, terror, and genocide against the Jews. Labor Party Foreign Minister Jonas Gahr Støre regularly defends Hamas in newspapers abroad. In February 2011, he did this in the International Herald Tribune, for instance.

“Last year Støre was caught lying on a live program on Norwegian TV2. There he denied that he held continuous talks with Hamas leader Khaled Meshaal. Yet Stǿre had to admit this when the reporter told him that Meshaal had mentioned these conversations. What initially may have been
an act of naiveté is by now suspect of deliberate malice. In the long term, Støre is tarnishing Norway’s international reputation by acting as a Hamas defender.

“The way Norway funds Hamas with hundreds of millions of Norwegian kroner taxpayer’s money, is pure corruption. When African states buy their way to influence, we call it corruption. But in essence, the Labor Party is practicing the same - billions leave the country in order for Norway to
buy friends in foreign states where they otherwise would have little or no influence.

“Despite major anti-Israel propaganda last year, a poll undertaken by Norway’s largest paper Verdens Gang found that 60% of the Norwegian people believes that Israel is right in claiming that coverage of it in Norwegian media is biased. This survey was done after the Israeli embassy
in Oslo had filed a complaint against the state broadcasting authority NRK for its biased reporting.

“This anti-Israelism is often accompanied by anti-Semitism. Jewish children in Norwegian schools particularly suffer from it. According to a study, many of them are harassed much more than other minorities.

“One may wonder why the Norwegian establishment is continuously badgering the only democracy in the Middle East. Many in Norway and Europe at large no longer recognize the historical link of their traditional culture with the Jewish people. Those who spread the Ten Commandments
laid the infrastructure for civilized societies. The Jews have contributed greatly to the development of European culture.”

In spring 2011, Herland published an article titled “Norway is the Most anti-Semitic Country in the West.”

In it she wrote: “Culturally, we have much more in common with the Jewish people than one would think. Western civilization’s values have their cradle in Greek and Roman contributions, but when it comes to values, in the Hebrew-Christian contribution. The European humanistic view of the dignity of human beings regardless of rank, class or ethnicity, carries deep roots from Judaism. These values are at the core of what it means to belong to Western Civilization today.”

Herland observes: “The new Western secular values imply a rejection of respect for our culture’s historical link to the Jewish people. Many in the West do not understand that Islam’s radical religious movement projects maximum resistance against what they perceive as Western decadence and
domination.

“The new Muslim friends of many Western secularists treat several minorities in Islamic countries with violence. Sharia law is considered a cultural alternative to the Western legal system. What started as the Left’s sympathy for the weak has turned into support for totalitarian coercion. This also includes backing a pronounced anti-Israelism. Today these undemocratic attitudes dominate the politically controlled voices in countries like Norway in a manner that clearly resembles Soviet propaganda.

“In March 2011, the renowned Harvard lawyer, Alan Dershowitz came to Oslo. He offered to lecture at three Norwegian universities without payment. They all turned him down. Thereafter, Dershowitz wrote an article in the Wall Street Journal where he conveyed how anti-Semitic Norwegian academics let him know that he was persona non grata. This affair made me ashamed to be Norwegian. I am looking forward to the day when the present government will be defeated. Then hopefully, an end will come to their propaganda and the misleading image of Israel which they continuously portray to the Norwegian public.”

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Making sense of Norwegian anti-Semitism
Jerusalem Post ^ | 04/19/2011 21:46 | By BENJAMIN WEINTHAL, JERUSALEM POST CORRESPONDENT 

Posted on Wed Apr 20 2011 12:49:41 GMT+0200 (Vest-Europa (sommertid)) by Eurotwit

BERLIN – In an eye-opening interview, Bruce Bawer, an American literary critic, writer and poet and a sharp critic of European anti-Semitism and radical Islam, who lives in Norway, talks to The Jerusalem Post about the outbreak of Jew-hatred and loathing of Israel in his country.

Bawer is the acclaimed author of While Europe Slept and Surrender.

As you've mentioned Bruce Bawer - here is a new article of his on Sweden ; http://frontpagemag.com/2012/03/22/there-is-no-free-speech-in-swede...

When I heard about the Breivik bomb, (I was resident in Oslo at the time and heard the bang), I assumed like most people that it was an Islamist attack. I remember being surprised at this because Norway is such an Islam friendly nation. This is what they mean by not deserving an Islamist attack, they befriend Hamas and throw money at the Palestinians. The Muslims are unlikely to attack such a good friend. After living here for many years I would agree that Norway is virtually a Socialist Dictatorship. Most Norwegian journalists are convinced socialists and I have lost count of how many times State Television (NRK) has sent biased reports from the Middle-East and elsewhere, their pet hate besides Israelis is the right-wing that they always describe as right-wing-extremist.

Despite signs that Islamists were dominating the Arab Spring, in Norway they are still described as freedom-loving rebels that only want to introduce democracy to the Muslim world. Arms from Libya have been sent to Gaza and to other insurgency hot-spots. In Syria it has been shown that Al-Qaeda is organising the uprising and they were deeply involved in Libya. The Muslim Brotherhood dominates the Egyptian protest. Norwegian politics as embodied by their Foreign Minister naively believes that Islamists can be talked into behaving in a civilised manner, into becoming social-democrats.

Norwegians also suffer from the despise-your-own-culture syndrome. How can anyone in their right mind admire Islam? I have worked in Norwegian schools and witnessed first-hand how the schools and media brainwash the generations with the socialist version of the politically correct utopia; where other cultures are elevated and the native culture neglected. The mantra being «I am proud to live in an open, tolerant, all including, multicultural society», and if you don't agree you are a despicable racist. Sounds great except that Islam does not share this view and is working to extermimate any dissidents. The socialists will wake up one day and decide that Islam is afterall a wonderful lifestyle then toddle off to the nearest Mosque, already blaring out it's invitation to prayer. I fear Norway will become the first Islamic State in Europe, closely followed by Britain?

Apart from always black-washing Israel the Norwegian media totally ignores the on-going systematic murder of Christians and gays in Muslim countries. I am not saying that every Norwegian toes the government line, only that most do and that the rest are virtually disenfranchised. They are not stupid either just lobotomised politically. In schools the children most discriminated against and bullied are native Norwegian, yet all of the programmes are anti-racist i.e. directed towards protecting immigrants.

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