Jews Warned Not to Wear Religious Symbols in Copenhagen



Jews warned not to wear religious symbols in Copenhagen (via AFP)

Israeli and Jewish officials in Denmark on Wednesday warned Jews to avoid openly wearing religious symbols and dress when moving about Copenhagen amid rising anti-Israeli sentiment. “We advise Israelis who come to Denmark and want to go to the synagogue to wait to don their skull caps until they enter…



  

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  1. Great….Isreals position on the Palestinian issue is not a championed one anywhere in the world it would seem.
    Maybe that should be a loud message to Netanyahu…but he isn’t listening to anyone.

  2. Such a civilized world we live in.

  3. Twenty (20) protestors! We have more anti-semitic Klan/militia groups than that in every state here. Norway must really be a peaceful country. And, yes, Netanyahu needs to get his eyes and ears checked.

  4. Denmark is awesome. I have a half brother born and raised there, and when I read a poll saying it was the happiest country in the world, I believe it. I’m sad to hear about the fact jews there feel like they have to hide, apparently there are some specters from the past that will just always linger in Europe. Very depressing.

  5. 20 demonstrators throwing stones isn’t a terror threat. Is there any intel on an actual terror threat. Or is someone using this to blow smoke for NutinYahoo…

  6. There are still plenty of other anti-Israel nuts out there.
    “Correa told a TV interviewer that he’s familiar with the 1994 bombing that killed 85 people in the AMIA Jewish Center in Buenos Aires. He called it “a very painful part of Argentina’s history,” but then suggested that the United States and its allies pose a greater danger than Iran, which Argentina’s government believes organized the attack.”

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