Week of December 27: Defining a relationship

In his insightful interview with Danish Ambassador Jesper Vahr, Michael Freund allows at least one important bias to slip by.

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December 26, 2013 12:06
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Defining a relationship
Sir, – In his insightful interview with Danish Ambassador Jesper Vahr (“The EU is not biased against Israel in any way, shape or form,” December 13), Michael Freund allows at least one important bias to slip by.

The ambassador asserts that Denmark won’t move its embassy to Jerusalem because it is a “contested city.” Fair enough, as it certainly is being contested in current “peace” negotiations.

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