Norway shooting: Glenn Beck compares dead teenagers to Hitler youth. Beck, a multimillionaire darling of the Tea Party movement, said on his nationally-syndicated radio show: "There was a shooting at a political camp, which sounds a little like, you know, the Hitler youth.
I mean, who does a camp for kids that's all about politics? Disturbing. " Torbjørn Eriksen, a former press secretary to Jens Stoltenberg, Norway's prime minister, described the comment as "a new low" for the broadcaster, who has frequently been forced to apologise for offensive remarks. "Young political activists have gathered at Utoya for over 60 years to learn about and be part of democracy, the very opposite of what the Hitler Youth was about," he told The Daily Telegraph. "Glenn Beck's comments are ignorant, incorrect and extremely hurtful. " The Coalition to Stop Gun Violence, a Washington-based campaign group, said the remark by Beck, a free agent after being forced out of the Fox News channel earlier this year, was "absolutely disgusting".
Glenn Beck: Norway Victims Similar to Hitler Youth. Right-wing terror in Norway. A tribute of flowers and candles in Oslo to remember the victims of a right-wing terror attack CLOSE TO 100 people died in Norway at the hands of a far-right fanatic whose connections to the organized racists and Islamophobes extend to the anti-Muslim bigots in the U.S.
Anders Behring Breivik is accused of setting a car bomb in downtown Oslo. At least seven people died in the blast in front of the Oil Ministry, but which also apparently targeted a 17-story office tower that contained the offices of Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg, leader of the governing Labor Party. But the much more terrible death toll came from a shooting spree at an island summer camp for young members of the Labor Party. Breivik, dressed as a police officer, reportedly claimed he was on the island of Utoya, northwest of Oslo, for a "security check. " FROM THE moment news broke about the explosion in Oslo, though, the international media had their eyes on a different culprit: Muslims.
PM: Israel identifies with 'deep pain and gr... JPost - Headlines. Untitled. Israel looking into revoking Oslo Accords in response to Palestinian UN bid. Text size this story is by related articles By Reuters | Jul.25,2011 | 2:13 AM | 36 By Haaretz | Jul.25,2011 | 2:13 AM | 42 A team headed by National Security Adviser Ya'akov Amidror is looking into calling off the Oslo Accords in response to the Palestinian Authority's unilateral plan to gain United Nations recognition for an independent state. The Prime Minister's Bureau confirmed yesterday only that the NSC was discussing many alternatives ahead of September, and would be presenting them to the political echelon for a decision when it was done. Israeli officials did confirm that recent discussions held by Amidror had mentioned the option of voiding the Oslo Accords.
"It is one of the options that will be presented to the political echelon," a source said. Meanwhile, the PA is continuing its preparations ahead of the UN General Assembly meeting in September. The resolution will call on the United Nations to recognize a Palestinian state within the 1967 borders as a full UN member. Islamophobia manifested in Oslo - The Drum Opinion - While Anders Behring Breivik may have acted alone in Oslo, the ideas behind his rampage are spreading far and wide.
Find More Stories Islamophobia manifested in Oslo Jeff Sparrow Back in 2009, I wrote a piece for New Matilda on the rise of the Islamophobic right in Europe and the United States, in which I noted the mainstreaming of a violent, apocalyptic anti-Muslim discourse. The people writing the stuff – the bloggers, the pundits, the intellectuals – were not, I suggested, themselves necessarily given to violence. But, as I said, "you can't warn against looming race wars over the future of civilisation, and not expect the boots-and-braces crowd to launch a preemptive strike".
MJ Rosenberg: Unfucking believable. The... Huge Blast in Oslo, Norway. Near Prime Minister’s Office. Hunt for Britons linked to Norway killer Anders Behring Breivik. Norway’s challenge - JPost - Opinion - Editorials. The cold-blooded calculation of the Norway tragedy boggles the mind.
For over an hour, Anders Behring Breivik, 32, dressed as a police officer and armed with a rifle and a hand gun, prowled Utoeya, a tiny forested holiday island a few dozen kilometers from Oslo, calmly massacring teenagers. The youngsters had been attending the annual summer camp for the youth wing of Norway’s ruling Labor party. With no one armed to confront Breivik, escape from the island by water was the only avenue to safety. When he finally was forced to put down his weapons by a police team that reportedly took 40 minutes to respond, at least 86 were dead and many more were wounded. Twitter / Home. Utøya island attack: another example of news helicopters faster to the scene than police choppers « David Cenciotti's weblog.
Follow up post (Jul. 25, 2011) Yesterday, a friend of mine sent me a message after seeing images taken from a helicopter of Anders Behring Breivik shooting people at Utøya island during the so-called 2011 Norway attacks.
He couldn’t understand why there could be images of the murderer before the police had arrived into the island. Authorities: Man accused in Norway terror attacks confesses. Norway suspect allegedly posts video The suspect is set to appear in a Norwegian court on MondayInvestigators are still searching waters around Utoya island for victimsThe man accused in Norway's twin terror attacks that killed at least 93 says he acted alonePolice are looking into a 1,500-page manifesto purportedly written by the suspect Oslo, Norway (CNN) -- The man behind a pair of bloody terror attacks in Norway is set to appear in court Monday, his first such appearance since authorities say he killed at least 93 people by setting off an explosion and gunning down people at a youth camp.
Police have not identified the suspect, but local television and newspaper reports say the man in custody is Anders Behring Breivik. Attorney Geir Lippestad, who claimed to represent the 32-year-old Breivik, told Norwegian TV2 late Saturday that his client "is ready to explain himself" in court. At least two terrorists behind Norwegian youth camp massacre - witnesses. Witnesses of Friday's mass killings in the Norwegian youth camp say there were two terrorists as the shootings were coming from "two different places on the island at the same time," Norwegian VG paper reported on Saturday.
At least 92 people were killed in two separate attacks in Norway on Friday. Officials: Attacks were Norway’s Oklahoma City, not Sept. 11 - Elias Groll. Details of two deadly attacks Friday in Norway quickly outpaced U.S. officials’ initial responses, which assumed the bombing in Oslo and a mass shooting at a youth camp outside the city were the work of a terrorist organization.
But by late Friday, police and government officials in the Scandinavian country were comparing the attacks to the 1995 bombing of a federal building in Oklahoma City — as the work of one of its own citizens, unrelated to Al Qaeda or any other terror movement. Continue Reading The attacks have claimed nearly 100 lives, including an estimated 7 who died when a bomb explosion ripped through the main government building in downtown Oslo. Ravi Somaiya: How an unconfirmed report... The omnipotence of Al Qaeda and meaninglessness of "Terrorism" - Glenn Greenwald. For much of the day yesterday, the featured headline on The New York Times online front page strongly suggested that Muslims were responsible for the attacks on Oslo; that led to definitive statements on the BBC and elsewhere that Muslims were the culprits.
The Washington Post‘s Jennifer Rubin wrote a whole column based on the assertion that Muslims were responsible, one that, as James Fallows notes, remains at the Post with no corrections or updates. The morning statement issued by President Obama — “It’s a reminder that the entire international community holds a stake in preventing this kind of terror from occurring” and “we have to work cooperatively together both on intelligence and in terms of prevention of these kinds of horrible attacks” — appeared to assume, though (to its credit) did not overtly state, that the perpetrator was an international terrorist group.
How’s that again? Norway shooting survivor played dead among bodies - World. A Norway youth camp shooting survivor told CBC News Network Saturday that he played dead around the bodies of his friends and didn't dare move — even when the gunman shot him in the shoulder at close range. Adrian Pracon, 21, a youth leader at the Utoya camp who spoke to CBC News Network ahead of going into surgery for his wound, recalled how he was so close to the gunman that he "felt the warmth" from his weapon. Pracon said he was on his way up to the coffee shop to buy some chips and soda and planned to share with the other people about the bombing in Oslo when gunshots rang out.
"I'm standing there buying this and then 10, 20 seconds and the shooting started. People are running up hill towards coffee shop. Many made it but many didn't make it and were shot. ' I could hear his breath, I could hear his shoes. "We all ran into the water, at which point, I didn't have time to take off my clothes, it was very hard to swim and I struggled," Pracon said. At least 91 dead in Norway shooting, bomb attack. Fox News pairs Norway attacks with NYC Islamic center
Friday night on Fox News’ The O’Reilly Factor, guest host Laura Ingraham said the terror attacks in Norway that killed of at least 92 people appeared “to be the work, once again, of Muslim extremists.”
“In the meantime, in New York City, the Muslims who want to build the mosque at Ground Zero scored a huge legal victory,” she continued, after describing the attacks. “A Manhattan judge dismissed a lawsuit by former New York City firefighter Timothy Brown, who was trying to stop construction of the mosque.” Although it was reported by one terrorism analyst that a jihadist group claimed responsibility for the attack, it was later revealed that the attack was carried out by a 32-year-old conservative Christian who was strongly opposed to multiculturalism and Islam.
Watch video, clipped by the liberal watchdog group Media Matters, below: Norway suspect Anders Behring Breivik 'admits attacks' 24 July 2011Last updated at 08:37 Live coverage from Oslo's cathedral of the memorial service for the victims of the terror attacks in Norway on Friday The man accused of a massacre at a youth camp in Norway and a bombing in the capital, Oslo, has admitted responsibility, his lawyer says.
Anders Behring Breivik, 32, described his actions as "gruesome but necessary", and said he would explain himself at a court hearing on Monday. At least 85 people died when a gunman ran amok on Utoeya island on Friday, hours after an Oslo bomb killed seven. As Norway mourned the victims, police continued to search for the missing. Remember That "Eurabian Civil War"? If someone mentioned terrorism in Europe, you would probably have an idea about the size of the threat and who's responsible.
It's big, you would think. And growing. As for who's responsible, that's obvious. It's Muslims. Or if you're a little more careful with your language, it's radical Muslims, or "Islamists. " After all, they were at it again just in the past month. First Report. Doppelanschlag in Norwegen: Trümmer, Scherben, Qualm - SPIEGEL ONLINE - Nachrichten - Politik. Explosion in Oslo: Trümmer, Scherben, Qualm - SPIEGEL ONLINE - Nachrichten - Politik. Взрывы в Осло. В центре Осло прогремел сильный взрыв. Есть пострадавшие В центре Осло в пятницу прогремел сильный взрыв.
Сообщается, что выбиты стекла в большинстве окон 17-этажного здания, где находится офис премьер-министра страны. В стоящем поблизости здании Министерства нефти начался пожар. По меньшей мере 8 человек получили ранения. Полиция и пожарные пока отказываются от комментариев. Вести.Ру. Zware explosie centrum Oslo, premier gewond - Buitenland. Update Een als politieagent verklede man heeft schoten gelost op een jeugdkamp van de Noorse arbeiderspartij op Utøya. Daarbij zijn, volgens persbureau Reuters, zeker 10 dodelijke slachtoffers gevallen. Explosión en el centro ministerial de Oslo · ELPAÍS.com.
Al menos 17 personas han muerto en un doble atentado terrorista en Noruega. Una decena más permanecen heridas de gravedad y la policía espera que algunas de ellas pasen en las próximas horas a engrosar la lista de decesos. Al menos siete de las víctimas son el resultado de la explosión de una bomba en el centro de la capital, Oslo, producida ayer a las 15.30 horas, y 10 más de un ataque con armas de fuego una hora y media después. Una gran explosión sacude Oslo y destroza la oficina del primer ministro. Noruega ha vivido este viernes su día más negro. Dos horas después de que una gran explosión sacudiese el distrito gubernamental de Oslo -destrozando las oficinas del primer ministro noruego, Jens Stoltenberg, y otros edificios gubernamentales-, ha sufrido un segundo ataque.
Kraftig explosion i Oslo - flera skadade. Explosionen inträffade vid 15.30-tiden på fredagseftermiddagen på Akersgatan i centrala Oslo. Regeringsbyggnaden, där bland andra statsminister Jens Stoltenberg har sitt kontor, tycks ha varit målet. Fönsterrutorna blåstes ut och under eftermiddagen brann det fortfarande i olje- och energidepartementets lokaler. Oslo Explosion Aftermath.mp4 Oslo explosion Watch Now. Terror Attack in Oslo - Government Building Completely Demolished C5N - INTERNACIONALES - EXPLOSION EN OSLO DIREKTE: Eksplosjon i Oslo sentrum. Giant blast hits government buildings in Oslo, Norway.
NEW: At least 80 people killed in Utoya Island shootingNEW: A police spokesman says the death toll may rise on the island7 killed, 90 people hospitalized after the blast in OsloThe man in custody is a blond, 32-year-old Norwegian Editor's Note: Are you there? Send your videos, stories and photos to CNN iReport Oslo, Norway (CNN) -- At least 80 people are dead as a result of a rampage Friday on a Norwegian island, police said, an attack that came shortly after an explosion killed seven others in the Scandinavian nation's capital.
Police have detained a 32-year-old Norwegian man who they suspect opened fire on scores at the ruling Labour Party's youth camp on Utoya Island, about 20 miles from Oslo. Police spokesman Are Frykholm, who told CNN early Saturday about the death toll spike, said authorities are investigating further, based on information from the man. That attack and the massive explosion in the heart of Oslo are definitely linked, police said. Translate. Norway: Blast near prime minister's office in Oslo. 22 July 2011Last updated at 18:56. Blast In Oslo Hits Government Office Buildings. By Ben Armbruster on July 22, 2011 at 9:58 am. Huge Blast in Oslo, Norway. Near Prime Minister’s Office. Oslo explosion - live coverage. Explosion In Oslo Government Building - Norway.
Disclaimer. Google Translate. At least one person dead in Oslo explosion: report. Explosion in Oslo. NEW: Police not ruling out additional suspectsNEW: There are still bodies inside the blasted buildings, police sayThe combined death toll in the attacks rises to 92, with 85 killed in the camp shooting The attacks may have been politically motivated, foreign minister says. [Picture] Blast in #Oslo hits offices, government buildings # 978x_13197743.jpg (JPEG Image, 978x685 pixels) [Pitcures] Another shoot from sideway of the building #Oslo # Forferdelig bilde fra #bombeoslo Oslo. Lik som er dekket over.
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Regjeringsbygg_895981i.jpg (JPEG Image, 680x383 pixels) Jarret Brachman's Photos - I did a wordle on the 2083 manifesto. I think it speaks for itself. Jonathan Kay: Already, the Norway conspiracy theories have begun. Slaughter in Paradise: Inside the Norway Attacks. h4jd2fwj Shared by BrettMason10. 1311378457373_34.jpg (JPEG Image, 255x504 pixels) The Washington Post Owes the World an Apology for this Item - James Fallows - International. THE SUN FRONT PAGE: Norway's 9/11 #skypapers. Jyllands-Posten Muhammad cartoons controversy.
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Norway attack: at least 80 die in Utøya shooting, seven in Oslo bombing. Google Translate.