terror and threats

The stuff we wont talk about in Norway

lifted from Israelnationalnews.com   Op-Ed: Preaching Israel-Hatred at Norway’s Terror Island Published: Sunday, January 27, 2013 10:40 PM Interview with Ivar Fjeld, Norwegian journalist who wrote a book on the Utoya Island massacre:”The Red youth movement invited youngsters from the Palestinian…

“Minister of justice” to Jews in Oslo: too bad

The synagogue in Oslo – already one of the most fortified structures in Norway – applied to the government for additional funds to secure its congregation. They asked for NOK 21 million but got NOK 7 million. After all the…

The Breivik trial has started

lifted from the local.no Trial begins of Anders Behring Breivik The long-awaited trial of right-wing extremist Anders Behring Breivik, who massacred 77 people in twin attacks in Norway last July, opens on Monday with proceedings set to focus on whether…

A political science researcher first says it is OK to threaten to kill Jews but not to burn down the Synagogue, then retracts, claiming that he merely referred to a supreme court decision

Its quite appropriate to incite terror (NTB excerpts from article in Vaart Land). The Norwegian political science researcher Kristian Skagen Ekeli thinks it’s outright reasonable that extreme expressions and incitement to terror take place in a democracy. Kristian Skagen Ekeli is…