From the Jerusalem Post:
A schoolboy burned a Jewish pupil with a red-hot coin at an Oslo secondary school on Monday, triggering the Simon Wiesenthal Center to issue a strongly-worded letter to Norwegian Justice Minister Grete Faremo.
According to the letter, "this child has been the subject of anti-Semitic bullying and violence for the past two years, reportedly, because his father is Israeli." In addition, the letter noted that "despite the mother's report of assaults on her son to NRK radio evening news in 2010, there has been no reaction by the school, the police or governmental authorities."
Here's the original report, at Norway, Israel and the Jews:
I am terrified for my son’s life. He has received death threats. This is how is secondary schools has ended for him, what will it be like when he starts high school?
She thinks it’s tragic that Norwegian children in 2012 have to hide their Jewish identity and their connection to Israel.
- I think very often about how it was during the war, when even persons with only one Jewish grandparent were apprehended. If this is the current mood in today’s Norway, what will it be like in a couple of years? she asks.