Update: Norwegian Muslims Fear 'Backlash' For Today's Terror Attacks

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In other news:

Norway summer camp attacked by ‘gunman’ dressed as police officer.

The ‘summer camp’ was a political youth gathering.

A man dressed as a policeman shot and injured at least five people at a meeting of the youth wing of the party of Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg on Friday after a blast in the capital, Norwegian public broadcaster NRK said.

Police confirmed that shots were fired at Utoeya, an island south of Oslowhere Stoltenberg’s Labour party’s youth section’s yearly gathering was taking place. Police were on the way to the island.

Here’s more:

Signs of “backlash”
 “I hope it was Norwegians who did this. If not, it will lead to another racist debate.”
“Racist debate”???? Is it racist to identify and try to stop people who have stated again and again that they want to take down your country and the entire western civilisation? A whole block in the capital of his country is shattered, people killed, and his first thought is to rush to the defence of the perpetrator?  (More from China Droll)

Just for laughs:

“The Security Service fears that serious harm will be done to Norwegian Muslims in case of a terror attack in Norway”

Not “The Security Service fears that a jihad terror attack will do serious harm to Norwegians.” The concern is all with an imagined backlash, not with preventing it by heading off a terror attack, and calling upon Muslims in Norway to be active in anti-terror efforts.

A translation by Christian of this Norwegian article, “Frykter lynsjing av muslimer” in Nyheter.

– Norwegians are stupid and not good at integrating.This according to Norway’s Police Security Service, which fears a lynching mood in case there will be a terror attack.

The Security Service fears that serious harm will be done to Norwegian Muslims in case of a terror attack in Norway.

– We are unexperienced and a bit stupid as regards diversity and a multicultural population, says head of Security Service Jørn Holme to nrknyheter.no.

– We confuse Islam and Islamism. Islamism is after all a very particular form of Islam. I believe many Norwegians mix it up completely.

– The Security Service is particularly worried about the possibility of extreme right-wing elements attacking Muslim compatriots, and that we will have a polarized population attacking and losing confidence in each other.

The minister of justice agrees with the head of Security Service.

– This is a preoccupation shared by all of us. Serious crimes like these create even more stigmatization and even more problems in connection with the preventive efforts, says Knut Storberget (social democrat) to nrknyheter.no.

Wednesday evening the head of Security Service for the first time particepated in a public discussion, arranged by the Muslim Students’ Society. As reported by NRK previously this week, many Muslims think they are under surveillance and feel they have to face responsibility for what extreme Islamists do….

So why not actively cooperate, and help police find the “extreme Islamists”? If they were operating someplace known to me, that’s what I would do. If they were operating in the name of something I believed in, I would make every effort to stop them, instead of claiming victim status for being under surveillance. Want to not be under surveillance? Take away the reason why anyone would be watching.

9 thoughts on “Update: Norwegian Muslims Fear 'Backlash' For Today's Terror Attacks”

  1. Gone fishing:

    Anna Murison is Head of Global Jihad Analysis at Exclusive Analysis

    Analysis? Its all our fault. You guessed it:

    “This could indicate the involvement of a far-right group rather than an Islamist group,”

    Why oh why do they hate us?

    Norway has deployed around 500 troops in Afghanistan, and three Norwegian newspapers (Aftenposten, Dagbladet and Magazinet) published the controversial Prophet Muhammad cartoons in 2005-2006, providing another possible motive.

    As of June 2011, there were still six F16 fighters from the Royal Norwegian Air Force operating in Libya, which is a possible motive for the attack.

    Anna Murison is everything that’s wrong with the counter jihad. People like her are not only utterly incompetent, but they have become a huge liability.

    Fjordman speaks truth to power:

    Fjordman on the Oslo blast today:
    Posted on July 22, 2011 by Eeyore

    “…And please keep in mind that the left-wing government of Jens Stoltenberg that was just bombed is the most dhimmi appeasing of all Western governments, to the extent that this is humanly possible. They even wanted to fund Hamas openly a while ago.”

    “The most suicidal and cowardly government in a country with no colonical history was just attacked. How do you explain that as a response to Western “aggression”?

    Fjordman

  2. Daft bastards. They won’t stop until you’re all dead.
    Same everywhere in the world.
    Be safe deport any Islamic terror suspects to the UK.
    We take them all and then they can kill us to.
    As the UK PLC is so infiltrated we don’t know who we can trust in government as they’ve all been bought with oil money.

    We are dead men walking.
    You are still alive and there is hope for you.
    We are dead men walking.

  3. By reference to a counter-terrorist’s definition of reasons for terrorist attacks:-
    “Terrorists kill for two basic reasons: They want to disrupt and destroy institutions or symbols of a political order they despise and they want to intimidate people not touched by the attack directly.”
    Is it not truly ironic that:-
    1. The US/NATO – “ …. want to disrupt and destroy institutions or symbols of a political order”;and
    2. “…they despise and they want to intimidate people not touched by the attack directly.” ( what do you think is happening to the Libyan population en mass that has US/NATO bombs endlessly showered down on Libya?)
    At least CNN was smart enough to distance itself from the reasoning: “The opinions expressed in this commentary are solely those of Brian Fishman”
    I am suggesting that the narrative really does not hold – and – I will suggest why.
    I WAGER THAT THERE WILL BE A MOVE TO BLAME ISLAM AND MUSLIMS FOR THE ATTACKS IN NORWAY. THE SAD TRUTH IS THAT SOME INTERESTS, SO-CALLED “GREAT POWERS” IN THE WORLD, THRIVE ON STRIFE, HATRED AND WAR….READ ON….

    If you were in downtown Oslo and a bomb went off it would make you shit scared if it did not already do serious harm to you.
    At this stage I do not know who was behind the blast, but could I put some things in very human perspective?
    A. A religion is insulted by way of certain cartoons published ( qualifier – for my part I don’t see justification in killing a person because someone drew an insulting picture of my God). Decency, however, would suggest to me ( albeit I am not a religious person) that I don’t go around the world mocking those with Judeo-Christian or Muslim or Hindu or any other type of religious belief and belief in their God. Free speech in every country has it limits and boundaries. And human decency suggests that one need not insult, incite or provoke hostilities – when we full well know that provocation, by its very nature, can lead to violence.
    B. A lot of us in the West simply do not consider the dynamics of A above – but, just blame the Muslims and Islamists or the so-called Al Quiada.
    C. A person walking the streets of Tripoli has a right not to be fearful that a bomb will come hurling down on his or her head, home, family or public service facilities relied on and should be able to live in peace. Resolution 1973 permits a no-fly zone. I am not aware that since the passage of the UN resolution there has been any violation of the no-fly zone by the Libyan authorities. Thus, in point of law, one has to question the legality of the bombs being dropped on the Libyan people. Making war by way of what clearly is a war of aggression must be seen as a provocation.
    D. It is not improbable that for reason of the perceptions of some people of the Muslim faith there is a feeling that it is Muslims being attacked by the West in Libya. If this is so, at this stage, one is left to speculate whether or not the terrorist attack in Oslo and the shooting of the youngsters is not a soft target retaliatory strike in response to the terror bombings of the US/NATO in Libya.
    I do not condone the killing of innocent civilians . The Libyans on the streets of Tripoli are as much human as are the persons walking the streets of Oslo. Bombing either set of persons is in actuality – terrorism. There need to be no political gloss on the observation in the previous sentence. This kind of conduct must be condemned. A leader targeted by Western bombing at the leader’s family’s residence in Tripoli. A leader in Oslo having his office targeted and destroyed b y a bomb. A family that loses its child or children in Tripoli – a family that loses a young loved one at a youth camp in Oslo. Can we just simply and honestly term all the attacks – terrorism?
    Can we just stop the bombing and killing of innocent people?
    P.S. The following is noteworthy:-
    1. The bombing took place on a public holiday when the government offices were mostly empty. If someone wanted to do mass murder – the attack would have been on a regular working day.
    2. The person who shot down the youngsters was a Norwegian ( i.e. until I see his picture – I am assuming indigenous white person)
    3. There was close timing of the two attacks. This suggests a single source of the co-ordinated attacks. Who? – black ops?
    4. The thrust will be to promote this so called “war on terror”. One attacks a country that does not attack you then expects – what war or peace? War of course – that is how they make the money – by having reasons to make and drop the bombs.

  4. Courtenay Barnett

    Firstly think a little more deeply about things before you write.

    By reference to a count1er-terrorist’s definition of reasons for terrorist attacks:-
    “Terrorists kill for two basic reasons: They want to disrupt and destroy institutions or symbols of a political order they despise and they want to intimidate people not touched by the attack directly.”
    Is it not truly ironic that:-
    1. The US/NATO – “ …. want to disrupt and destroy institutions or symbols of a political order”;and
    2. “…they despise and they want to intimidate people not touched by the attack directly.” ( what do you think is happening to the Libyan population en mass that has US/NATO bombs endlessly showered down on Libya?)

    Libby is an internal civil war and while we should not be having any thing to do with, we did not start it. Take your idiotic anti US/NATO rheotic and flush it. It is interesting that you say nothing about Somalia which is a human tragedy on a much greater scale!!!!

    > I WAGER THAT THERE WILL BE A MOVE TO BLAME ISLAM AND >MUSLIMS FOR THE ATTACKS IN NORWAY. THE SAD TRUTH IS >THAT SOME INTERESTS, SO-CALLED “GREAT POWERS” IN THE >WORLD, THRIVE ON STRIFE, HATRED AND WAR….READ ON….

    No one is blaming ANYONE until we know what has happened. However, statistically speaking islamic involvement would be expected.

    > A. A religion is insulted by way of certain cartoons published ( >qualifier – for my part I don’t see justification in killing a person >because someone drew an insulting picture of my God). Decency, >however, would suggest to me ( albeit I am not a religious person) that > don’t go around the world mocking those with Judeo-Christian or >Muslim or Hindu or any other type of religious belief and belief in >their God. Free speech in every country has it limits and boundaries. >And human decency suggests that one need not insult, incite or >provoke hostilities – when we full well know that provocation, by its >very nature, can lead to violence.

    AND THEN THE FOLLOWERS OF RELIGION ARE RESPONSIBLE. IF A RELIGION CANNOT TAKE CRITICISM THEN IT HAS NO PLACE TO CLAIM ITSELF AS A RELIGION. AND WHO PRECISELY POLICIES THE LIMITS OF FREE SPEECH!!!!!!! BECAUSE FREE SPEECH HAS NO LIMITS – YOU CAN CHOOSE TO HEAR OR WALK AWAY – THE CHOICE IS YOURS, BUT YOU HAVE NO RIGHT TO TELL ANOTHER WHAT CANNOT BE SAID!!!

    > B. A lot of us in the West simply do not consider the dynamics of A >above – but, just blame the Muslims and Islamists or the so-called Al >Quiada.

    And why not you stupid moron?? The dynamics of A are clearly flawed – and these muslims scum show daily that they will use violence to silence their critics. These muslim scum need to be removed, not those arguing against them.

    > C. A person walking the streets of Tripoli has a right not to be >fearful that a bomb will come hurling down on his or her head, home, >family or public service facilities relied on and should be able to live in >peace. Resolution 1973 permits a no-fly zone. I am not aware that …..

    Again – a bloody civil war moron, we should not be involved and we did not start it!”!” And the decioion making that lead to our involvement starts from the OIC and the UN – we are doing the islamists dirty work for them.

    > Can we just stop the bombing and killing of innocent people?

    Yes – ban islamists-

    I am not going into analysis of these events until all data is available, but it is clear that you are so far off the mark that you have probably visited a neighbouring galaxy.

  5. Courtenay Barnett:

    Brainfarts of “Global Justice” and John Pilger.

    Creatures who don’t know the difference between kneeling down and bending over.

    Not only useful idiots, not just cheap whores to our enemies: these people are the enemy.

  6. You can’t go around thinking that a billion or more Muslims are all your “enemy” any more than a billion or more Christians are you enemy.

    War is a business – and the sad part about it is the ones on the front lines are the kids of the poor in main. The President, Congressmen, Bankers are not lining up willing to have their families go out and fight wars.

    Think about it.

    Peace!

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