New exhibit marks escape of Danish Jews from the Nazis.
Henri Goldstein, the president of the Jewish Community in Denmark, says the measure represents “the worst threat since World War II” to the country’s Jew.
The Danish Bible society took too many liberties with the translation but, Mosaic Magazine's Philologos argued, was not antisemitic in its motives.
In her solo as well as in her group works, Ingvartsen often employs nudity as in invitation to the audience to contend with their humanity, with the politics of the body and with the vulnerabilities
The picture reminds the minister that Denmark is a country with freedom of speech, which includes the right to criticize religions.
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