In an exclusive report, the Europe News website states today (July 7, 2011) that anti-Semitism in Norway has increased significantly during the past few years.
A study published last month by the Oslo municipality on racism and anti-Semitism among students in the 8th through 10th grades in the city's schools came as a shock.
The study found that 33 percent of the Jewish students regularly experience bullying at school. This indicates that at least two or three incidents of verbal or physical abuse target these Jewish students per month.
Moreover, the study found it would be difficult to blame anti-Semitism exclusively on Muslim children, as it became evident that native Norwegians are heavily involved.
The findings also indicate that Norway may now be considered the most anti-Semitic country in Western Europe.