vendredi 23 septembre 2011

Norvège: jeu de rôle outrageusement anti-israélien en entreprise à Oslo

Source: Norway, Israel and the Jews (Borderline Anti-Semitism – Role Play in Oslo) et le site du plus grand syndicat norvégien Fagforbundet (Checkpoint Fagforbundet).

Le syndicat a organisé un jeu de rôle (un "Rollespillet" en norvégien)  mimant un checkpoint israélien symbolisant la persécution des pauvres Palestiniens par les méchants Juifs. Le blog Norway, Israel and the Jews a traduit l'article absolument haineux en anglais.  87 délégués syndicaux et de nombreux employés ont dû passer par le checkpoint à Gaza en se rendant au siège du syndicat à Oslo pour témoigner leur solidarité avec la Palestine.  L'histoire ne nous dit pas s'il y a eu des protestations.

"On the way to work at Fagforbundet this morning I was stopped at my door by an authoritarian lady. I was asked whether I would like to be part of a role game on Palestine.

I responded with a yes; receiving the choice between being an aid worker or a Palestinian. Having an indication on what would take place, I chose to be an aid worker.

All 87 delegates to the National Board of Fagforbundet and many employees had to cross checkpoint Gaza on their way in to Fagforbundet’s offices. The background is the extensive solidarity project with the Palestinians throughout many years. By now, members were to receive a taste of what it is like to be a Palestinian on his way to work in Israel every morning.

I was sweating, cold.  Quite right, the Palestinians, tagged with red cards were forced to line up behind the aid workers. They were neglected and forced to wait longer in line, for up to three quarters of an hour at checkpoint Fagforbundet. No replies to our questions, brusquely being questioned on ID cards; about whom we knew, on our boss, on political opinions. We felt like being under suspicion." LA SUITE

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