Danish buses burnt and vandalised in suspected anti-Israel attacks
The incident in the Danish capital of Copenhagen comes just days after city authorities ordered the removal of adverts from a pro-Palestinian group calling for boycotts of Israeli goods.
A police spokesman confirmed that there was a suspected political motive, but the group behind the adverts, the Danish-Palestinian Friendship Association, condemned the attack as “a criminal act”, saying it sought only “to influence the public and authorities to do more for Palestinians’ right to self-determination”.
The banned ads showed two Palestinian women saying: “Our conscience is clean. We neither buy products from the Israeli settlements nor invest in the settlement industry.” The bus company later removed them, saying they were “unnecessarily offensive”.
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