The film shows Gazans chanting, “Itbah al-Yahud,” but the Norwegian translation says “slaughter the Israelis” instead of “slaughter the Jew”.
Norwegian Government support and fund systematic Islamic Jew-hate.
According to reports received by the Foreign Ministry in Jerusalem, the Trondheim Municipality is funding a trip to New York for students taking part in the “Gaza Monologues” play, which “deals with the suffering of children in Gaza as a result of the Israeli occupation.”
The play, written by a Palestinian from Gaza, will be presented at the United Nations headquarters. It joins an exhibition by a Norwegian artists displayed in Damascus, Beirut, and Amman, with the help of Norway’s embassies in Syria, Lebanon, and Jordan.
The exhibition shows killed Palestinian babies next to Israel Defense Forces helmets, which are reminiscent of Nazi soldiers’ helmets, and an Israeli flag drenched in blood.
The Norwegians are also helping the distribution of a documentary film called “Tears of Gaza” to festivals across the world. According to the Foreign Ministry, the film deals with the suffering of Gaza’s children as well, without mentioning Hamas, the rockets fired at Israel, and Israel’s right to defend itself.
The film shows Gazans chanting, “Itbah al-Yahud,” but the Norwegian translation says “slaughter the Israelis” instead of “slaughter the Jews”.
In addition, a book written by two Norwegian doctors who were the only foreigners in Gaza to give interviews during Operation Cast Lead was published recently. The book, which accuses IDF soldiers of deliberately killing women and children, is a bestseller in Norway and has been warmly recommended by none other than Norwegian Foreign Minister Jonas Gahr Støre.
Norway was a Nazi-puppet regime under Hitler from 1942 to 1945.
All Jewish properties were confiscated, sold, and the money taken into the accounts of the Norwegian Government.
After the war, Norway refused to compensate for this theft. This Northern European nation who claim to be gifted with “Christian humanism and peace makers”, displayed Jew-hate from the top of the Norwegian Prime Ministers office to the shopkeeper in the street corners.
Only in the mid 1990-ties, the Government looked into the Nazi war time files, and decided to give some compensation for the Jewish properties Norway had stolen, and sold for 20 silver coins.
Few Norwegians are interested in knowing anything about their collaboration with the Nazis, and refusal to help Jewish families who had lost everything in the days of the Holocaust.
That the present Norwegian Government continue to support and fund Islamic terrorism, is nothing new. But that Norway is taking the lead over nations like Iran and Syria, will surely bring disaster up on this Lutheran Kingdom in Northern Europe.
Mind my words.