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Norwegians ready to boycott Israel

OSLO (AFP) - More than 40 percent of Norwegians are already boycotting Israeli products or are in favour of doing so, according to a poll published Wednesday, two days after Israel's deadly raid on a Gaza-bound aid flotilla.

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The survey, conducted on Tuesday by the InFact institute and published Wednesday in the Verdens Gang tabloid, showed that 9.5 percent of the Norwegians questioned were already boycotting Israeli products, while 33.5 percent said they would like to.

Only 29.4 percent of the 1,028 people polled said they were opposed to such a boycott, while 27.6 percent said they had no opinion on the issue.

Kristin Halvorsen, Norway's health minister and head of the Socialist Left party, called on Tuesday for the international community to boycott arms trade with Israel, in line with Norway's existing policy.

Norway on Monday summoned the Israeli ambassador in Oslo, condemning the raid as "unacceptable" and calling for "an immediate, independent international inquiry."

Three Norwegians were among the 682 people from 42 countries aboard the six ships that were towed to an Israeli port after Monday's bloody raid that left nine pro-Palestinian activists dead.

The Norwegians were expected to soon be expelled from Israel along with hundreds of other foreign nationals, authorities in Oslo said.

Last Updated (Wednesday, 02 June 2010 18:57)

 

Comments 

 
#10 2010-07-28 10:09
I think the United States should boycott Israel as well. 59 billion just recently allocated for the war in Afghanistan? Israel need to go. They are a drain on the world and on everyone's resources not to mention they are terrorizing the world with their Zionist and racist regime.
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#9 2010-07-28 09:55
I can't remember ever buying anything made in Israel so I guess I don't need their products whatever they are anyway.
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#8 2010-07-28 09:54
I can't remember ever buying anything made in Israel so I guess I don't need their products whatever they are anyway.
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#7 2010-07-28 09:53
I can't remember ever buying anything made in Israel. I guess I don't need their products anyway.
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#6 2010-06-08 19:28
BTW the more you shout antisemitism at the slightest loss for facts to use in an argument the more you denigrate the word. It's like the boy who cried wolf... We all know what happened when the wolf really did appear don't we?
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#5 2010-06-08 19:25
Hooray for Norway! Finally a European country with a backbone! Don't worry about those comments on 'antisemitism'. It only goes to show how much of an argument those commenter's really have (aka. NONE)
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#4 2010-06-06 09:08
It must feel good for Anti-Semitism to be fashionable in Europe again. Have fun with your soon to be Muslim majority. Maybe the Americans will bail you out again.
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#3 2010-06-05 17:37
Sweeden and Norwey continue their antisemic line from WW2.
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#2 2010-06-03 15:32
To stop the shameful occupation of Palestine boycott is the only way to go - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cc6pULvix1k
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#1 2010-06-03 06:04
This is why I couldn't find a yamaka in Bergen last week!
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