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Denmark halts payment to pro-Palestinian NGOs pending an investigation to ensure the funds will be used for peaceful purposes.
The advertisements that were removed from 35 of the Danish capitol's public buses featured two woman beside the quote: “Our conscience is clean! We neither buy products from the Israeli settlements nor invest in the settlement industry.”
A Dutch-Israeli musical fantasy.
To understand what can and ought to be done, it is first important to understand the nature of the BDS movement.
By CAROLINE B. GLICK
In a demonstration of both defiance and solidarity the people of Denmark helped their Jewish countrymen escape by boat to neutral Sweden.
By JESPER VAHR
By LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Danish Ambassador to Israel Jesper Vahr reflects on the aftermath of this past weekend's deadly shooting attacks at a synagogue and cafe in Copenhagen.
Main event marking anniversary will take place on March 30, in the Copenhagen Synagogue, with the participation of the country’s deputy PM, head of the Jewish community.
A growing number of countries have restricted ritual slaughter under the guise of animal welfare.
By ELIYAHU FEDERMAN
Days after Denmark passed a racist law banning Kosher meat slaughtering as “cruel to animals,” it showed everyone what real cruelty to animals is.
By MICHAEL WIDLANSKI
Attacking PMW for exposing hatred, and not the PA for promoting hatred, is a failure that will postpone peace for another generation.
By NAN JACQUES-ZILBERDIK
To many Danes the case is simple; any man or woman may do with their own bodies what they see fit, but no one should be allowed to make decisions about non-medically warranted procedures on behalf of anybody else.
By LENA NYHUS
With the recent outlawing of circumcision in the district of Cologne, Germany, the circumcision debate was bound to find its way to neighboring Denmark. And it has.
By MAGNUS FRANK
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