-NORWAY: May 2011. Is this how it all started?

EDITORIAL COMMENT

JULY 27, 2011.

“The Labour Party has turned Oslo into an ethnically divided city. In the Grorud Valley the indigenous population is moving out and non-Western immigrants are moving in. Norwegians feel ostracised in their own neighbourhoods children don’t feel at ease in kindergartens, schools and leisure activities.” -Norwegian Progress Party MP, Christian Tybring-Gjedde.

Wikipedia state: “Tybring-Gjedde is opposed to Norwegian membership of the European Union, and in 2005 stated that his most important issues was to work for more “active economic policies” and a “more active and realistic immigration and integration policy”. He is also a member of the pro-Israel group Friends of Israel in the Parliament of Norway.

“Tybring-Gjedde has said that immigration to Norway should be “dramatically reduced”, especially from Muslim countries. He has also proposed a 24 year old age limit for bringing in spouses from abroad for family reunion, and to generally just give temporary residence permits to asylum seekers. He also proposed to withdraw residence permits for asylum seekers that go on vacation back to the countries they said they had fled from. He has compared the hijab to the Ku Klux Klan dress, and has said that Norway should take a tough stand against the Islamisation happening “before our eyes”. After the accusations of increasing levels of antisemitism among Muslim pupils in 2010, he called for schools to establish one special day of the year to teach about Holocaust and the History of Jews. He also suggested that Muslim pupils should wear a Star of David for the proposed day.”

On May 18, 2011, jewishinfoNews Video Service published the following video of a speech given by Tybring-Gjedde. Click on the image below to hear it.

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