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While ignoring Norway terrorist’s support of Israel, media tries to tie attacks to Islamism, Nazism

24 July 2011 5,111 views 3 Comments

By the Editor.

Though Breivik is a strong supporter of Israel, and particularly of far-right nationalists such as foreign minister Avigdor Lieberman and his Yisrael Beitenu party, this has not been mentioned in the media whatsoever, save for this commentary by Ali Abunimah: Norway suspect laid out detailed plans for violence against “traitors,” Muslims

Despite this, media reports have speculated on and spun the events to suggest links with Islamic terrorism, and Nazism, something which obviously gains Israel the sympathy vote yet again.

Guardian headline: “Targeting government offices and the Labour party camp point to political agenda behind attacks rather than Islamist terrorism”

“One thing is certain, however and that is the perception in Norway’s security services that Islamist terrorism is a bigger threat than the almost unheard domestic terrorism”

While failing to mention Breivik’s support of Israel, this article also tries to tie the attacks to Nazism: “Neo-nazis aren’t a big threat but we have seen some increased activity,”

The following UK Telegraph article is 100 per cent speculation, and tries to tie the attacks to Islamic terrorism:

“There is precedent for jihadist targeting of Norway, with public spaces, government offices and media targets most at risk.

One possible culprit is the Pakistan-based core al-Qaeda group, which has previously shown interest in attacking Norway. In July 2010, three Norwegian residents, one of whom had received explosives training with al-Qaeda in Pakistan, were arrested on suspicion of plotting attacks against unspecified targets. One of them had attempted to construct the same hydrogen peroxide-based explosives as used in the 2009 al-Qaeda bomb plot against the New York subway and the 7/7 bombings in London.”

And here’s the BBC trying the Nazi angle again:

“Norway has had problems with neo-Nazi groups in the past but the assumption was that such groups had been largely eliminated and did not pose a significant threat, says the BBC’s Richard Galpin”

Despite this monster’s support for Israel, the Zionist entity and the monstrous anti-Muslim war on terror agenda is coming off quite well in this affair.

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