Rechavia Berman delivers flowers to the Royal Danish Embassy in Tel Aviv on the Eve of Holocaust Remembrance Day 2012
After Irit Linur's calumny against the Danes hit the airwaves in Israel, quite a few listeners were angry - at Linur's pleasure at Shalom Eisner's wanton violence against a Danish youth, but also at the ingratitude about the Danish role in keeping the Jews of Denmark safe. More than 99% of the Jews of Denmark survived the horrors of WWII, despite the Nazi occupation of Denmark.
Two of the most outraged Israelis were journalist Rechavia Berman and filmmaker Eran Vered. They pooled their recession-hit resources and brought a bouquet of flowers to the Danish embassy Tel Aviv - by way of thanks, and acknowledgment.
As you can see, the Danish embassy staff didn't quite know what to do with the gesture - no one had ever showed up with flowers to thank them, before.
You can read Rechavia's comments on Israel's Holocaust Memorial Day (held yesterday) here: Like We Just Got Out Of The Ghetto.
Eran Vered's work is available on his YouTube channel, as well as many other fine video hosts.