Norway police say killer behind 1,500 page anti-Islamic manifesto

Published: July 24, 2011
A combination of images grabbed on Facebook (at R) and on YouTube shows Anders Behring Breivik, the man identified by Norwegian police as the gunman and alleged bomber behind the attack on government buidlings and the Labour party youth camp in Oslo on July 22 , 2011. PHOTO: AFP/FACEBOOK/YOUTUBE

A combination of images grabbed on Facebook (at R) and on YouTube shows Anders Behring Breivik, the man identified by Norwegian police as the gunman and alleged bomber behind the attack on government buidlings and the Labour party youth camp in Oslo on July 22 , 2011. PHOTO: AFP/FACEBOOK/YOUTUBE

OSLO: Norwegian police on Sunday confirmed that a 1,500-page violent anti-Islamic manifesto was published by Anders Behring Breivik on Friday just hours before he killed at least 93 people.

The online book describes the planning, explosives making and violent philosophy that lead to the bombing in downtown Oslo and shootings at a Labour youth camp nearby.

“This manifesto was published on the day of the events,” Oslo’s acting police chief Sveinung Sponheim told a news conference. “We have confirmation of that.”

The killings would draw attention to the manifesto, called “2083-A European Declaration of Independence“, Breivik wrote.

“Once you decide to strike, it is better to kill too many than not enough, or you risk reducing the desired ideological impact of the strike,” he wrote.

He also attacked “the Islamic colonisation and Islamisation of Western Europe” and “rise of cultural Marxism/multiculturalism”.

“He wishes to change society,” Breivik’s lawyer Geir Lippestad told public broadcaster NRK.

The lawyer earlier said that his client “believed the actions were atrocious, but that in his head they were necessary.”

The lawyer also said that his client wanted to explain himself in court on Monday.

Suspect’s father in shock

The father of the young man suspected of single-handedly killing 93 people in Norway’s worst post-war tragedy told the Verdens Gang newspaper he was in a state of shock.

“I was reading the news on the Internet and suddenly I saw his name and picture,” Anders Behring Breivik’s retired father told the Norwegian paper.

“I am in a state of shock, it’s absolutely horrific to hear that,” said Jens Breivik, who currently lives in France.

He said he knew nothing of his son’s plans and explained he had not had contact with him since 1995.

“We never lived together but we had some contact during his childhood,” he said. “When he was younger, he was an ordinary boy but not very communicative. He was not interested in politics at the time.”

The 32-year-old was arrested following the twin attacks which left 93 people dead on Friday and sent shockwaves through the usually peaceful country.

The suspect confessed to perpetrating a car bomb against Oslo’s government quarters and going on a shooting spree during a Labour Party summer camp on a nearby island.

Breivik, who described in a manifesto released on the Internet how he planned the attacks over years, told police he acted alone in what would be one of the worst acts of violence by a single man in recent memory.

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Reader Comments (81)

  • Mohammad Ali Siddiqui
    Jul 24, 2011 - 4:29PM

    He is a crazy man who killed innocent people just due to his poor idological belives.

    I am sure that Norwegian Court will provide justice to the victims and their families.

    No one has time to read the rubbish what he has written on 1,500 pages.

    In every nation, there are some crazy people and he is one of them.


  • Jameel
    Jul 24, 2011 - 4:48PM

    He is Ajmal Qadri of Norway, killing those liberals who he feels are looking out for rights of Muslim minority in Europe. Supporters of Ajmal Qadri should take note.


  • uk muslim
    Jul 24, 2011 - 4:51PM

    another type of psychopath… to counter millions of psychopaths


  • faraz
    Jul 24, 2011 - 4:53PM

    1500 page manifesto; he is a seriously twisted fellow!


  • Fahad Raza
    Jul 24, 2011 - 4:56PM

    Looks like Michele Bachmann’s poster boy.!!


  • Jul 24, 2011 - 5:34PM

    Does this mean the war on terror goes to Norway?

    Few million killed for a few hundred in the last 10 years, only fair we kill about a million for the crimes of this one man. He clearly represents the opinion of the whole of Norway.

    Sarcasm is intended


  • Fooz
    Jul 24, 2011 - 5:40PM

    why is the media avoiding calling him a terrorist?? or an extremist? coz he’s not muslim, thats why..double standards


  • iWatch
    Jul 24, 2011 - 6:00PM

    “…and in a telephone statement the Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) have claimed responsibility”


  • Hairaan
    Jul 24, 2011 - 6:22PM

    You are sick.


  • Naeem Siddiqui
    Jul 24, 2011 - 6:24PM

    We should call this act as Western terrorism and this person as Western Terrorist.


  • Hiran
    Jul 24, 2011 - 6:27PM

    what should he be called now, christian extremist?


  • Hairaan
    Jul 24, 2011 - 6:28PM

    He should better be called CHRISTIAN FUNDAMENTALIST.


  • Atheist, India
    Jul 24, 2011 - 6:34PM

    Religious people killing each other… no wonder the % of Atheists is increasing.


  • Iftikhar-ur-Rehman
    Jul 24, 2011 - 6:36PM

    Why is media not calling him a CHRISTIAN FUNDAMENTALISTor a CHRISTIAN TERRORIST???


  • Amir
    Jul 24, 2011 - 6:39PM

    Thanks to Allah as no muslim behind this.


  • MAD
    Jul 24, 2011 - 6:44PM

    @Mohammad Ali Siddiqui:

    he will be released after a serving a maximum of 21 years. does that make sense!!!!!. Afia Siddiqui is serving 80 odd years for attempted murder.


  • umair khan
    Jul 24, 2011 - 6:54PM

    just like some unislamic muslims end up killing innocent people to take revenge from some particular group, this guy too, to take revenge from muslims, killed his own innocent fellows, this is very sad.


  • Syed A. Mateen
    Jul 24, 2011 - 6:57PM

    Terrorists are not only in Pakistan but they are every where in the world having different faiths and believe.

    The Norwegian massacre should be any eye opener for the West. Anders Behring Breivik is a terrorist now in police custody.

    There are several cases when the wild men in the Western Countries open fire indiscriminately in schools, colleges and universities killing several students and innocent students.

    Taliban’s have no borders. It is not necessary that a man having long bread in Pakistan should be classified by the Western Countries as Taliban.

    How the Western Countries would classify clean shaved Anders Behring Breivik – a Taliban, Terrorist or a peace loving person, who killed in bomb and rifle attacks around 100 people in Norway highhandedly.

    The horrible story of Norway does not end here. More would come out from Breivik if CIA and the FBI would question him as what was the motive behind him that he killed near about 100 innocent people.


  • Tanoli of karachi.
    Jul 24, 2011 - 6:59PM

    he is christian osama.


  • Jul 24, 2011 - 7:04PM

    He is not a psychopath he is trained to do so. If you see his travel details in Europe you can see he is not a lone gunman and lone planner.


  • Zahid Qureshi
    Jul 24, 2011 - 7:06PM

    Norway paid the price for Islam bashing and for publishing caricature of Muhammad (SAW)
    Make more fuss about Islam and defame it more in your countries and you will have more of such fanatics killing your own people


  • Jul 24, 2011 - 7:13PM

    Norway carnage reminds us that the west has plenty of homegrown terrorism


  • Sanaullah
    Jul 24, 2011 - 7:26PM

    Wow a Christian Taliban. Our side of Taliban kill our very own people in anger to USA and The maniac has killed his own people in anger to Muslims… Irony of the Decade.


  • ik
    Jul 24, 2011 - 7:27PM

    Thank God – Not another Al Qaida


  • MS - Mariya
    Jul 24, 2011 - 7:32PM

    Interesting how the international media is not calling him a Terrorist but just a murderer. He is just right-wing Christian fundamentalist but a muslim is always an extremist or terrorist.


  • Zia
    Jul 24, 2011 - 7:57PM

    What CNN,FOX, New York Times, BBC and WSJ call this Extremist Christian or Christian Militant?


  • Mr. Franklin B. II
    Jul 24, 2011 - 8:03PM

    Deepest of condolences unto the surviving families and friends of those whom were under the impression that during their participation of that day's activities unknowing to them a monster were contemplating such an that would affect the world.

  • Hammad Ali
    Jul 24, 2011 - 8:06PM

    Proved that terrorism has nothing to do with religion. Christians/ Jews/ Hindus are not lesser terrorists.


  • saeed ahmad
    Jul 24, 2011 - 8:19PM

    Let’s not brush it off by saying that he’s a crazy man and that’s all.

    This incident is an imp pointer towards the the things to come in future..i.e the rising sentiment against spread of islam and settling of muslims in the westren countries.


  • Sunny
    Jul 24, 2011 - 8:36PM

    I find it very strange that the families and associates of extremists whether they be right wing zealots such as Breivek or Islamic terrorists, fail to realise just how dangerous these people are.
    Those poor young people must have been so afraid, impossible to imagine… My thoughts are with them & their families. God bless them!


  • Jul 24, 2011 - 8:36PM

    He is not labelled as terrorist or extremist, why? Because he is not a Muslim?


  • vickram
    Jul 24, 2011 - 8:48PM

    If islamists kill, it is always because of a Root Cause (such as Iraq, Palestine, Kashmir etc..)

    When a right-wing anti-Islamist kills, well…….is he not entitled to any root cause to condone his behavior?


  • Dan
    Jul 24, 2011 - 8:52PM

    @Naeem Siddiqui:
    Why not Christian terrorist.


  • najib moha
    Jul 24, 2011 - 9:08PM

    @Zahid Qureshi:
    hello, norway is one of the most liberal and SECULAR countries. it never based Prophet some Nowegians did just like millions of Pakistanis BASH OTHER PEOPLE ‘S GOD/S, or clamp down on minorities (which does not happen in Pakistan). so STOP inciting hatred in the name of islam.


  • Observer
    Jul 24, 2011 - 9:18PM

    Because He did not get support from other Christians, they are not cheering him, he was not inspired by a bishop or clergy’s sermon, there is no Cristian sponsored jihad or hatred, elimination or persecution, celebration or Christian groups wanting to convert all Muslims by subterfuge or force


  • AnisAqeel
    Jul 24, 2011 - 9:30PM

    Another Taliban or Al-Qaida but with a different religion.


  • Najam
    Jul 24, 2011 - 9:37PM

    No No…ladies and gentlemen, he must be TALIBAN….if he not then no matter its not a big news, forget about it


  • Y Khan
    Jul 24, 2011 - 10:25PM

    He is a Christian Terrorist!!!


  • Sunny
    Jul 24, 2011 - 10:46PM

    Ftaher not met with son since 1995! what kind of society in Norway! I cant even imagine!


  • Sami
    Jul 24, 2011 - 11:04PM

    Christian extremist is more dangerous than Islamic extremist. Now where is America? Where is war against terror?


  • Mudassar.R
    Jul 24, 2011 - 11:45PM

    if you read all the comments here, any sane person can judge very easily how much hatred westerns have induced in the hearts of Pakistanis… I dont comment on this incident, but see, all people who called this person a christian or western terrorist or a terrorist , all of them are not extremists…see westerners, they can read,write,understand english, they follow world polictics and current affairs, many have called this guy christian osama, that these people dont like osama either, but hate you atleast…Y? the actions you have been taking esp esp after 9/11, is thsi just your hatred towards muslims, your revenge towards the killings by muslims, your some high level game plan of doing all thsi intentioanlly….but these comments are the results….
    people, frankly, do the american think tanks dont have psychologists with them , who are so childish that they dont know, whatever they are doing ,will result in what..its all planned…. it had to happen this way, and it will continue,,,you(muslims) do something bad or not, it will follow the trial now!!!


  • raw-man malik
    Jul 24, 2011 - 11:55PM

    well strange taliban missed this opportunity to claim !! rawman malik should be given the task to bring the culprits to justice =)


  • Hairaan
    Jul 25, 2011 - 12:04AM

    It appears the media only uses term terrorists only for chaps who sports beard.


  • Rafik Soyer
    Jul 25, 2011 - 12:44AM

    This news was taken off the major news headlines so fast, it became quite evident right at the onset that the perpetrator behind these heinous attacks was not a muslim. Christians condoning christian terrorism, how ironic.


  • Naeem Siddiqui
    Jul 25, 2011 - 1:29AM


    “Why not Christian terrorist”

    We have 4 million respected Pakistani Chiristians and I dont want to hurt their feelings

    Western terrorist/western terrorism is more appropriate :)


  • faraz
    Jul 25, 2011 - 1:49AM

    If his acts were guided by religious ideas then of course he is a religious terrorist, Recommend

  • Jul 25, 2011 - 2:11AM

    He is murderer of humanity. According to my view he should be hang till death. Not Only him each and every terrorist from any part of the world.


  • uk muslim
    Jul 25, 2011 - 3:39AM

    breaking news

    the western authorities are acting so fast. he will be behind jail for rest of his life. is it possible in pakistan. here the terrorists/murderers are roaming freely on streets, organising rallies and gathering people’s support. and still we blame western countries.


  • Jurnalmushy
    Jul 25, 2011 - 3:50AM

    This fellow needs my lecture on enlightened moderation!

    He is a lunatic! Without doubt! He targeted christians with his hatred against muslims!


  • Y Khan
    Jul 25, 2011 - 4:13AM

    Here in Europe there is strong wave of visceral anti Islamic sentiment. Read any website and the raw venom against Islam and muslims oozes out. This is the result of this hatred. The West thinks that they are more civilised people and hence they lecture us on a daily basis. What they forget is that it was only 60years ago that in their hate for the Jews they managed to slaughter 6 million innocent Jews who had been living as their neighbours for thousands of years. The same type of hatred is not being spread through their right wing media against Muslims. I would not be surprised if the Muslims face the same fate again in the future.


  • xohaib
    Jul 25, 2011 - 4:57AM

    @ everyone
    you guys are going crazy to title him as Christian terrorist instead of showing grief and displeasure of his act. Please dont blame any religion for the individuals psychotic acts .Terrorism has nothing to do with any religion. Its all about peace, whatever religion may be. and this guy is just like the twisted molvi who considers other muslims as no more the “true muslims” n to be punished,the same way this guy trying to get attention. I am living in Finland,n believe me ,here finns are really aggresive at his ideology and even giving arguments in favor of muslims n immigrants.


  • Jul 25, 2011 - 6:46AM

    I broadly agree with most of the comments. BUT the point that clearly emerges has been missed. HATRED OF OTHERS’ RELIGION ALWAYS RESULTS IN SLAUGHTER OF MILLIONS OF INNOCENTS>PERIOD.


  • Jul 25, 2011 - 7:17AM

    Looks like this guy spent a lot of time in India judging by his hard anti-Islamic views.


  • sunny
    Jul 25, 2011 - 7:19AM

    A sad story…. However, the bottom line is that the western media is not justifying with religions particularly Islam, a religion of peace and harmony, instead propagating falsehood, which in turn breediing such psychos…. pity on humanity!


  • Ahfad
    Jul 25, 2011 - 7:26AM

    For all western countries, dont use dual policies on terrorism people are watching what you are doing in the name of terrorism.Basically the main aim of USA is to control the growing power of india & China he plays a role of watchdog.


  • Mir Agha
    Jul 25, 2011 - 7:32AM

    Be anti-muslim. Kill non-muslims. Makes perfect sense. Actually not that different from Aqueda. Blabber and rant against someone else, and then kill your own people.

    One cannot ignore the very real political realities or perceptions that made him into an islamophobe. Dismissing it as an act of a religious nut ignores reality and won’t provide a solution. No different than dismissing the very real political message of muslim “extremists”.


  • Asad
    Jul 25, 2011 - 7:43AM

    Rehman Malik in his statement has said he was dressed like a star wars character and he is 98% sure that he was hired by wives and girlfriends.


  • BruteForce
    Jul 25, 2011 - 7:59AM

    Interesting to note that he hasn’t justified his actions quoting out of context some line from the Bible. He has based his actions on his hatred of another Religion. A personal hatred. So, how can he be called a Christian Terror?

    Islamic Terrorists use the Holy Texts, out of context I am sure, to justify their actions but this guy cant. Bible is a very differently worded Holy Text than the Quran.


  • kailashsethy
    Jul 25, 2011 - 8:06AM

    Looks like Europe has bright days ahead. They can indeed get back their glorious past and clean the society


  • ikmundapunjabi
    Jul 25, 2011 - 8:10AM

    @Sami: how do you figure? this one incident makes christian extremists more dangerous than islamic extremists?wow,wat about the hundreds of attacks carried out by islamic extremists everyday thruout the world? extremism is evil in all shapes ,forms and religions. and all those people asking why he is called a terrorist?well he is,he will be tried under anti terrorist laws and will be given the maximum sentence whatever that is.


  • minhas
    Jul 25, 2011 - 8:41AM

    Now it is upto USA to use same parametrs to judge this case and adopt same stretegy of “Do More” agains that country coz Breivik is hundredtimes dangerous than Muslim terrorist. desparately waiting a reply from some American.


  • Pradeep
    Jul 25, 2011 - 9:33AM

    No doubt he is a Christian terrorist, because he wanted to kill innocents to bring focus in to his agenda.

    But this is where the commonality between him and Islamic terrorists end. He will be convicted for sure. You will not see rallies in his support. You will not see people trying to blame the system for his actions. I bet you will definitely not see a single clergy coming to his support. And of course last but not least, no one will shower flower petals on him when he is brought to court.


  • Jul 25, 2011 - 9:40AM

    They are feared of Islam and they do such things themselves just to blame Muslims and than attack later. But they won’t succeed “EVER”.


  • Anonymous
    Jul 25, 2011 - 9:52AM

    He was self-motivated by anti-muslim ideologies. I guess no christian organisation or groups doing these kind of things. It is done by a small group of self motivated anti-muslims. So, the people who are calling him a christian terrorist can shut their mouth. There are religious schools in poor muslim countries which teach hatred against non-muslims which are funded by other rich muslim countries and lure them towards militancy and deploy them across the world. All known (99%) attacks traced back to muslims. That is why a muslim, a terrorist, as simple as that. There must be more peple roaming around europe wanting to kill muslims as well. so, stop rejoicing that you have found a non-muslim killing people and being proud of it. Europeans are civilised, unlike you guys. They will not support this attackers activities. But, they will definitely think about havoc caused by muslims in europe. There are hundred and thousands of Hindus, buddists, jews living out there. Have you ever heard about them. Muslims always demanded more in where ever they landed. They wanted minarets in every street even in midst of public sentiment. It is not anti-muslim acrivity guys, it is the wish of the people and elected representatives. Just think guys and ask youseleves how much your muslim governments and muslims are tolerant towards other religions and non muslims. Bad time has started for muslims in europe!Recommend

  • Ramzan Ali
    Jul 25, 2011 - 10:04AM

    What happened to the media ??? Why they are not calling him a Christian Terrorist ???? he’s a terrorist & should be punished publicly……………. Nobody knows they will connect this killer with Al-Qaeda or Taliban……… Recommend

  • Dinesh
    Jul 25, 2011 - 10:10AM

    Idiot, start listing out all terrorist attacks around the world since 20th century and put the person/organisation behind it. Then you will understand, why media calls if any muslims found in an attack as Islamic terrorists. You shound learn maths, numbers and frequency matters, when you want to have constant vigil and suspect people by their religion. when americans and europeans roam around certain areas like FATA, pakistan army expels them from there. Ok, how does this happen ? Because, they suspect them that they might be doing intelligence work there by past experience. It does not mean that they are discriminating foriegners. The same way when almost all of the attacks in the world carried out in the name islam. what is wrong in calling it as islamic fanatacism and suspecting people around the world ? I hope no norweign will be quizzed or heavily scrutinised because of this incident. Because, almost all of them are civilised.


  • ali
    Jul 25, 2011 - 10:36AM

    I think taliban are fighting for their freedom


  • woohoo
    Jul 25, 2011 - 10:45AM


    Why is media not calling him a

    Sir, the statistics will decide.


  • Khadim
    Jul 25, 2011 - 11:06AM

    Simply call him “Christian Terrorist” …. because we are always hurt by the words “Muslim / Islamic Terrorist” .. western media made our religion terrorist… “Islam is a religion of peace”.
    They made these Jihadi’s and today they call them terrorist and kill our innocent people


  • Jul 25, 2011 - 11:06AM

    I am surprised at the extreme shadenfreude that our public is indulging in, calling this guy a Christian terrorist.

    Can you not see that islamic fundamentalism has evolved into highly organized units like TTP, Al Qaeda, LeJ, LeT, SSP etc. Can you not see how these organizations are totally a different and a more dangerous paradigm to the world, and none more so than the Muslim world itself, than a single, crazed gunman. He has more in common with Mumtaz Qadri (who, unlike the Oslo killer, received much sympathy in our country) than the likes of terrorist organizations.

    Just to drive the point home in case anyone missed it: I don’t have a problem with calling this guy a Christian terrorist (or a Martian Fundamentalist or whatever you want to call it), the issue is with what is implied when Muslims say it, what I hear is this: “hey, it’s ok that we have so many islamic terror outfits in pakistan, here’s an example of a christian terrorist in norway, ergo, we are as good as norway and religion based violence is a problem everywhere”

    It is really disturbing that we as a nation are seeming to defend our very own enemies. Until Muslims stand united against Islamic Fundamentalism, and try to justify it – whether it be by drawing parallels with terrorism elsewhere, or through explaining it as a response to American interference – there is really no hope at all, and our kids will be fighting this same war!


  • najib moha
    Jul 25, 2011 - 12:21PM

    haha…you probably have never been to India. There are more Muslims who love Indian than there are Muslims in pAKISTAN.


  • Zafar
    Jul 25, 2011 - 12:32PM

    Why US is quite for this act of terrorism ?


  • Peace
    Jul 25, 2011 - 2:30PM

    @ Fooz, @ Naeem Siddiqui, @ Iftikhar-ur-Rahman and @Hammad Ali

    He is being described in the media as a Christian Right Wing Fundamentalist. All religions teach Peace, Love and Tolerance. Terrorists have no religion but I wonder if by saying this we can solve the problem. Unfortunately in this case the killer had a religion and he got his motivation by his religious and political twisted beliefs. No peaceful Christian would agree with his twisted beliefs. Just like Pakistani extremists (aka Talibans) who are killing our Army and Police officers and which according to their twisted beliefs is according to Islam and is Jihad because our Army and police is supporting USA.

    I doubt you would see any other Christians making excuses for what he did by blaming the policies of some country or group or concoct some conspiracy theories to blame some other group even though all the evidence points to this guy. But as you know if any fanatic extremist Muslim gets caught in any terrorist act, half of our nation go into the denial mode and start concocting conspiracy theories e.g. no Muslim can kill and this was a CIA plant etc.

    Fanatics and extremists are present in all nations and religions. A crazy fanatic person on a killing spree can be motivated by anything, including religion (his or her twisted and misinterpreted understanding of religion). News describe the killer as full of Hate for the Muslims just like all the Muslims are full of hate for the USA. Some nations as a nation recognize the problem and swiftly act. And unfortunately some nations instead of recognizing the problem, go into the denial mode and get divided and keep harping the conspiracy theories and/or start apologizing for the brutal actions of Pakistani Talibans.


  • Mudassar.R
    Jul 25, 2011 - 2:41PM

    1- there is nothing personal going on here, so avoid using ill words.
    2- yes, thats right if someone is doing something worng, the must be stopped, and brought to justice.If muslims have been doing all activities since 1400 or whenever, call them terrorists, and dont even let them enter your cities…and bomb thier cities…( to be at extremist extend)
    9/11 was done by osama and company, where some of them were saudis and rest were non-Pakistanis…they got training in bosnia and afganistan..were residing US since last more than 10 months….and US broke a war on those involved… Right after 2 hours of attack , media named involvement of Pakistan in that…and now after ten years, Mr America is saying, we will pull out afganistan, and the most dangerous country is pakisatn…y? just because you are white, just coz you have might, just because you want to say this, …
    I know the stats,,,Recommend

  • Abdul Ghafoor Khan
    Jul 25, 2011 - 7:20PM

    Terrorists are terrorists.They have no religion and no nationality .Killers of innocent human
    beings are terrorists of the highest order , no matter whoever they are,where ever they are
    and whatever they are. We must not label him a Chritian fundamentalist and do the same
    mistake what the people in the West do when they call other terrorists as Muslim fundamentalists or muslim extrimists. No divine religion preaches terrorism.All divine religions ordain human beings to keep the God created Balance of our natural world which in other worlds mean to keep up and maintain natural justice. The Holy Quran says:

    “Indeed,We have sent our messengers with clear proofs,and revealed with them the Scripture and the Balance that mankind may keep up justice…” (57/25 Al Quran)

    The problem is in the human homes where parents find time for everything but not for their
    children and fail to produce decent human beings who may possess the capability to realize
    that we all belong to a bigger body which is our natural world and that no one can build itself by destroying others . Such actions disturb the bigger body and hits back. The damage
    to environment and the destruction of Afghanistan are some of the easily understandable examaples.. Look at the present case.The Father confesses that he could not contact him since1995 while both living in the same EU which is like a bigger home.
    Details of the causes of such acts of terrorism and their remedy is available in my book:
    “On the creation of a peaceful world by b natural means of selection”
    ISBN 976-1-4567-8605-2Recommend

  • hassan
    Jul 25, 2011 - 11:35PM

    I won’t be surprised if this guy gets a massive following in the days to come…

    And there will be many who will say…’Well, I don’t agree with his methods, but he has a point when he says that…’

    This is the line we often use to defend anyone connected with Islam…from Zakir Naik to Gaddaffi to Saddam Hussein to Zaid Hamid to Osama…

    ’Well, I don’t agree with his methods, but he has a point when he says that…’


  • aafat
    Jul 26, 2011 - 3:55PM

    Question: who all is he influenced BY?


  • goggi
    Jul 27, 2011 - 12:29AM

    In the year 1981 a group of right-leaning Professors of Germany published a document with the name of “HEIDELBERGER MANIFEST 1981.” The following can be translated in English, I hope it is worth studying to understand the background and psychology of this spree killer. The motives for his rampage are scattered all over in the prewar and postwar European history. He has in any case millions of sympathisers all over in the white Aryan world who believe in the supremacy of their White race……just as the fanatic Muslims of Pakistan believe in the supremacy of their religion and have no scruple to oppress, persecute, bomb or murder the humans of their own country ……… ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….
    (we hail the peace process)Recommend

  • sam
    Jul 27, 2011 - 4:11AM

    i think its unfair to label anyone/any gourp as an islamist (or otherwise) fundamentalist/extremist for the simple reason that the Oslo attacks single-handedly prove that what we are fighting today isnt a re called religious group.. its a mind set.. a SICK, mindset because only a SICK person would want to take an innocent human life and justify it


  • Mohammed
    Jul 28, 2011 - 12:46AM

    He should better be called CHRISTIAN FUNDAMENTALIST, We should call this act as Western terrorism and this person as Western Terrorist. Christian extremist is more dangerous than Islamic extremist. Now where is America? Where is war against terror? He is not labelled as terrorist or extremist, why? Because he is not a Muslim?


  • Abdul Ghafoor Khan
    Aug 3, 2011 - 7:04PM

    Terrorists are terrorists.They have no religion.Nor they have any nationality or colour or race or any other discrimination. Those who call BREIVIK Christian fundamentalist are doing the same mistake as those who call some killers muslim fundamentalists. No divine religion preaches terrorism. We are labelling terrorists with wrong names because of our ignorance about the definition of terrorism. Terrorism has become a disguised enemy for us.

    How can we defeat an enemy whom we cannot see and recognize? That is perhapes the reason that it is on the rise. I have a research work based my over a decade and a half study of the subject and will release it step by step in this media.(to be continued)


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