Surviving Antisemitic Terrorism | 2015 Shooting Survivor Mette Bentow | USC Shoah Foundation
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In 2015, an antisemitic gunman opened fire at Mette Bentow’s daughter’s Bat Mitzvah in Copenhagen.
In her interview with USC Shoah Foundation, conducted three months after the shooting, Mette discusses how she teaches her children about hate. She describes the experience of belonging to a minority group in Denmark, and questions whether a “Jewish future” exists there for her and her children.
Mette and her family now live in Israel.
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