April 18, 2014
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Salem-News.com (Jan-18-2014 13:36)
Jewish Intactivist Writes Letter to Rabbi: Can you give me back my foreskin?Leo Milgrom Special to Salem-News.com
Open letter to Bent Lexner, Chief Rabbi of Denmark.
March 1980: a man drives into a neighborhood south of Copenhagen. He stops in front of a terraced house, walks up the stairs to the first floor and into the bedroom where he proceeds to greet the people present. He recites a number of verses – and then he cuts of my foreskin and takes it with him.
Salem-News.com (Apr-20-2012 13:24)
On IDF violence: My own private Lt. Colonel Shalom EisnerHaggai Matar Special to Salem-News.com
And it’s not over because they are still out there.
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Nearly three years ago I also met a Shalom Eisner at a demonstration. He gashed my head with his blows for no reason.
Salem-News.com (Apr-20-2012 12:56)
New Footage Emerges of Eisner Attacking ActivistsSalem-News.com
Prime minister in Ramallah, Salam Fayyad, met with Andreas Ias, the 20-year-old Danish activist who was initially thought to be the only person who was attacked by the officer.
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An Israeli human rights group has released new footage of a dismissed army officer striking activists with his gun, days after his assault of a Danish national drew wide condemnation.
Salem-News.com (Apr-20-2012 12:50)
Stupid and Mean and Brutal: Israel`s Settler-Officers in the Glare of PublicityUri Avnery Special to Salem-News.com
The more one sees the clip, the more one is shocked. The sheer brutality of this completely unprovoked act makes one flinch.
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“In blood and sweat / A race will arise to us / Proud and generous and brutal…” Thus wrote Vladimir (Ze’ev) Jabotinsky, the founder of extreme right-wing Zionism, who was also a writer and a poet.
Salem-News.com (Apr-18-2012 16:53)
Rabbis For Violence, Brutality and AbuseGilad Atzmon Salem-News.com
Sooner or later, Israel and its Rabbis will have to face the horrific moral and ethical consequences of maintaining a racist, nationalist and expansionist Jewish State.
In recent years we have learned about a few sporadic Rabbis who promote peace, justice and humanism.
Salem-News.com (Apr-01-2012 14:33)
First All-Europe Racist/Fascist Gathering Overshadowed in DenmarkRon Ridenour for Salem-News.com
“EDL summit in Denmark humiliated by low attendance” - The Guardian
On March 31, some 5000 Danes and a couple hundred like-minded anti-racists from other Scandinavian countries and England marched in Aarhus, to stop the spread of racist/fascist groupings popping up around Europe. Some have ties in the United States.
Salem-News.com (Oct-31-2010 18:22)
Bob Dylan: `The Brazil Series` Paintings & Drawings in CopenhagenRalph E. Stone Salem-News.com
“The Brazil Series” is exhibited in a large well lit gallery. In a gallery alcove, there is a timeline of Dylan's career.
On our recent trip to Copenhagen, we visited the National Gallery of Denmark (Statens Museum for Kunst) for the first public showing of Bob Dylan's "The Brazil Series."
Salem-News.com (Dec-17-2009 21:56)
Sarkozy: Failure in Copenhagen Would be a CatastropheBy Rie Jerichow Special to Salem-News.com
European leaders expressed themselves in no uncertain terms when addressing fellow heads of state and governments attending the penultimate day of the UN climate conference in Copenhagen.
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While climate negotiations continued at full stretch in the Bella Center on how to share the burden of carbon emissions cuts and the cost of global warming, European leaders took turns in delivering their peptalks in the plenary hall.
Salem-News.com (Dec-17-2009 02:37)
UN`s Ban Ki-moon Lays Out Remaining Hurdles in Copenhagen Climate TalksSalem-News.com
Slideshow features photos of Climate Change and the UN Secretary General's involvement.
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The outcome of the historic climate change negotiations in Copenhagen hinges on the issues of emissions reductions and financing, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said today.
Salem-News.com (Dec-17-2009 00:16)
De Boer: `Unexpected Stop` in Copenhagen Climate Change NegotiationsBy Marianne Bom Special to Salem-News.com
“A number of unsolved issues” are left for world leaders to resolve during the next two days, said the UNFCCC Executive Secretary, after observers of the UN climate conference had spent Wednesday afternoon waiting for breaking news on the climate talks.
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The negotiating process at the UN climate conference in Copenhagen was subject to an “unexpected stop” on Wednesday, according to Yvo de Boer, the UN's top climate official.
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