However, if it had been a terrorist massacre of Israelis they would be standing up cheering, nor are they upset over the fact that their ”holy books” call for the blood of Jews and non-Muslims. Think that over. KGS
Arab world outraged by Norway attack allegations
Prior to killer’s apprehension, local, international media blamed Islamists for carnage, triggering Arab media’s furor. Meanwhile, Muslim web surfers accuse ‘terrorist Zionist state’ for attack
Published: 07.24.11, 18:46 / Israel News
Less than two days after the fact, everybody knows who carried out the shocking massacre that took place in Norway onFriday: Anders Behring Breivik, a Norwegian driven by extremist right-wing ideology. But before Breivik’s apprehension, the local and international media alluded to an extremist Islamists link for the double attack on Oslo and Utoya island – triggering the rage of many Arabs and Muslims worldwide.
The London-based Arabic newspaper Asharq Al-Awsat claimed Norway feared Islamist operatives much more than rightist extremists despite a significant growth of such groups in 2010. Another London-based international Arabic publication, Al-Hayat, added that the attacks were perpetrated by a Christian extremist who deplored Islam and Europe’s cultural pluralism.
Norway youths discussed Palestine prior to attack / Ynet
Forty-eight hours before Friday massacre, teens participating in ruling party youth camp met with Norwegian foreign minister. Some called for boycott of Israel
Meanwhile, a short time after news of the attack spread, many Arab and Muslim web surfers claimed that it was Israel who was responsible: “A criminal operation of this magnitude is not carried out without the support and planning of a terrorist state, which stakes out opportunities to shuffle the deck. It is the Zionist state, in collaboration with the extremist Zionist Christians, that wants to hurt Islam in its allie, Norway,” a surfer named Omar Ali commented on Al Jazeera’s website. “It’s not al-Qaeda. The Zionists carried out the attack to punish Norway for supporting Gaza.”