A Norwegian newspaper recently carried a cri de coeur from a fifteen-year-old girl of part-Jewish parentage. She tells of harassment and name-calling at school and how elderly Jewish relatives of hers bound for a bat mitzvah were refused a ride to synagogue by first one and then another Muslim taxi-driver.
Hmmm. Refusing goods and services to someone because of their creed or ethnicity.
Where have we seen that occuring before?
And what would the taxi-drivers say (they'd scream "Islamophobia! no doubt) if the same were to happen to them?
The girl also reveals how increasingly in Norway "Jew" is used in a derogatory fashion as both noun and verb, as a casual insult, irrespective of whether the person suffering the abuse is or is not a Jew.