Refugees discovered with pictures of 'Isis flags and executions on their phones' say Norwegian police
Hundreds of asylum seekers entering Norway have been discovered with images of “Isis flags” and “executions” on their mobile phones, Norwegian police have said.
Forest Finns
Forest Finns (Finnish: Metsäsuomalaiset, Norwegian: Skogfinner, Swedish: Skogsfinnar) were Finnish migrants from Savonia and Northern Tavastia in Finland who settled in forest areas of Swe...
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History of the Jews in Norway
The Jews in Norway are one of the country's smallest ethnic and religious minorities. The largest synagogue is in Oslo. A smaller synagogue in Trondheim (63° 25' N) is the world's fifth northernmost s...
History of the Jews in Norway - Wikipedia
Refugees discovered with pictures of 'Isis flags and executions on their phones' say Norwegian police
Hundreds of asylum seekers entering Norway have been discovered with images of “Isis flags” and “executions” on their mobile phones, Norwegian police have said.
Beaivváš Sámi Theatre
Beaivváš Sámi Našunálateáhter (established in 1981 in Guovdageaidnu Kautokeino) is a Norwegian theatre that uses Sami language as its performing language. In addition, it is the only Sami language the...
Lule Sami language
Lule Sami (julevsámegiella) is a Uralic, Sami language spoken in Lule Lappmark, i.e. around the Lule River, Sweden and in the northern parts of Nordland county in Norway, especially Tysfjord municipal...
Leiðarvísir og borgarskipan
The geographical chronicle Leiðarvísir og borgarskipan ([ˈleːiðarvisɪr ɔːɣ ˈpɔrkar̥scɪpan]) was published in c. 1157 AD by Níkulás Bergsson (a.k.a. Nikolaos), the abbot of the monastery of Þverá in Þi...
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Sami revolt in Guovdageaidnu
The Sami revolt in Guovdageaidnu, also known as the Kautokeino uprising, was a revolt in the town of Kautokeino in northern Norway in 1852 by a group of Sami who attacked representatives of the Norweg...
Theory on immigration to Norway
The theory on immigration to Norway (Norwegian: innvandringsteorien) refers to a theory on the origin of the Norwegian people. The theory is mainly associated with Rudolf Keyser, and developed by ...
Theory on immigration to Norway - Wikipedia
Jo Benkow
Jo Benkow (born Josef Elias Benkowitz; 15 August 1924 – 18 May 2013) was a Norwegian politician and writer, notable for being an important person in the Conservative Party of Norway, and the President...
Jo Benkow - Wikipedia
Norwegians
Norwegians (Norwegian: nordmenn) are a nation and ethnic group native to Norway. They share a common culture and speak the Norwegian language. Norwegian people and their descendants are found in m...
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Nordland (boat)
The Nordland boat (or Norwegian: Nordlandsbåt), is a type of fishing boat that has been used for centuries in northern counties of Nordland, Troms and Finnmark of Norway and derives its name from ...
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Finnskogen
Finnskogen ("Forest of the Finns") is an area of Norway situated in the county of Hedmark, named so because of immigration of Finnish people in the 17th century, the so-called Skogfinner/"Forest Finns...
Finnskogen - Wikipedia
Izzat (film)
Izzat is a 2005 Norwegian film which tells the story of Pakistani gangsters in Oslo, directed by Ulrik Imtiaz Rolfsen. Izzat is a word used by South Asian individuals to denote their social standing ...
Izzat (film) - Wikipedia
Kven Sea
Kven Sea (Cwen sea) is mentioned as the northern border for the ancient Germany in the "The Old English Orosius", the history of the world published in England in 890 CE with a commission from King Al...
Kven Sea - Wikipedia
Iraqis in Norway
Iraqis in Norway make up approximately 29,000 people. They are mostly refugees from the Iran-Iraq war, the Saddam regime and in particular the Iraq War. Iraqis are the fifth largest immigrant group in...
Reindeer
The reindeer (Rangifer tarandus), also known as caribou in North America, is a species of deer with circumpolar distribution, native to Arctic, Subarctic, tundra, boreal and mountainous regions of nor...
Reindeer - Wikipedia
Norwegian nationality law
Norwegian nationality law is based on the principle of Jus sanguinis. In general, Norwegian citizenship is conferred by birth to a Norwegian parent, or by naturalisation in Norway.Norway restricts, b...
Norwegian nationality law - Wikipedia
Scandoromani language
Scandoromani (Swedish: romani, Norwegian: romani, Scandoromani: romani rakripa alt. tavringens rakripa), also known as Tavringer Romani and the Tattare language, is a North Germanic based ...
Norwegian and Swedish Travellers
The Norwegian and Swedish Travellers (Norwegian: romanifolket, tatere, sigøynere; Swedish: resande, zigenare, tattare; Scandoromani: romanisæl, romanoar, rom(m)ani, tavringer/ar, tattare) ...
Norwegian Center for Studies of Holocaust and Religious Minorities
The Center for Studies of Holocaust and Religious Minorities (Norwegian: Senter for studier av Holocaust og livssynsminoriteter — or HL-senteret) in Norway opened its doors to the public on August 24,...
Norwegian Center for Studies of Holocaust and Religious Minorities - Wikipedia
Religion in Norway
Religion in Norway is mostly Evangelical Lutheran with 76.1% of the population officially belonging to the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Norway in 2013. The Roman Catholic Church is the next largest ...
Religion in Norway - Wikipedia
God's chosen people (Jostein Gaarder op-ed)
In August 2006, author Jostein Gaarder created a controversy in Norway after publishing an op-ed "God's chosen people" in the Aftenposten, one of the country's major newspapers, in which he compared I...