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Was Norway's Terrorism Timed to Celebrate Israel's King David Hotel Attack?Tim King Salem-News.com
"...whenever countries lately exhibit anti-Jew behavior, natural disasters happen, sometimes not so natural..." - Comment on pro-Israel article
(OSLO /SALEM) - Suspected right-wing terrorist Anders Behring Breivik is reported to have written many posts on the website Aftenposten described as "Islam-critical and Israel-friendly". The attack on Oslo came exactly 65 years to the day after the Israeli Irgun blew up the King David Hotel in Jerusalem that left over 90 people dead. The violent blast even killed passers by and people in adjacent neighboring buildings. 91 people of various nationalities were killed and 46 were injured This was an attack directed at British soldiers who just the year before, were still fighting the Nazi's.
Dagens Næringsliv, Norway's leading business publication, writes that Breivik sought to start a Norwegian version of the Tea Party movement in Norway.
Sadly, it is not a major surprise for many students of history, to hear that the alleged right wing terrorist responsible for dozens killed in Norway has connections to both fascism movements, and Israel.
That statement may offend the sensibilities of many, but the stark truth is that Israel was literally formed by bands of terrorists in the 1940's who killed many British in their quest to establish a Jewish state.
Beyond the attack on the King David Hotel, the Irgun group is remembered best for the Deir Yassin massacre in Palestine that left several hundred men, women and children slaughtered. The Irgun were known as a group that strongly believed in retaliation against the British and all non-Jewish residents of the area, and even had conflict with Jews who didn't believe in or failed to endorse their violence.
Norwegian Minister of Foreign Affairs, Jonas Gahr Store, says Norway stands ready to recognize a Palestinian state. "We are ready to recognize a Palestinian state. I await the actual resolution text Palestinians will promote the UN General Assembly in September, said the Minister".
This is anything but welcome news in Israel, where the Knesset outlawed involvement in the Israeli boycott. Now anyone in Israel who is caught referencing or promoting the BDS (Boycott Divestment Sanction) movement faces charges.
Israeli writer Itamar Eichner wrote the article: Israel: Norway inciting us framing Norway as little less than a dangerous country in regard to Israeli security.
Here is the rest of: Israel: Norway inciting us from the Bob Tuskin Show
A comment on the story by Itamar Eichner, published by The Bob Tuskin Show, may be more telling than what the writer himself said:
"I have noticed a pattern, whenever countries lately exhibit anti-Jew behavior, natural disasters happen, sometimes not so natural. Now I can’t help but think that God has allowed this to happen to Norway because of Norways disrespect of God’s Holy People"
And right on cue, another comment from the same far right-wing Website, but one that seems to have been written by a far less hateful person:
"I ask you, why would you accept a god that plays favorites? You’re either part of the delusional fantasy or beyond brainwashed by Judaic propaganda".
It is a fact that children represent a large percentage of Israel's murder victims. In Israel life is highly devalued in regard to Palestinians, a notion that stands in strong contrast to standard western values where we are raised to believe that all men are created equal. Instead human beings die indiscriminately in daily raids on Gaza (Daily raids of planes and drones - by Israel... daily.). Based on many comments and emails sent to Salem-News.com by Israelis and their supporters, there is a belief that killing children in Palestine is acceptable because this prevents them from growing up to be a threat to Israel. It is sad to think that type of philosophy may have been translated to children in Norway whose parents are connected to the Labour Party.
While Israel's writers attack Norway for its sympathy toward the battered Palestinian population, it should be noted that Norway was one of the first countries to recognize Israel, on 4 February 1949. The countries established diplomatic relation later that year. The crumbling relations and now the new terrorist attack, may create hostile conditions for the 553 Israeli citizens in Norway and the 260 or so Norwegians who live in Israel.
As the accompanying photo shows, the PM whose office was targeted in the attacks, was photographed near a sign promoting the growing Boycott movement against Israeli apartheid. He made the statement earlier this week, when Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas visited Norway. The remarks were repeated during a debate on Utøya.
Eskil Pedersen, a Norwegian politician and leader of the Workers' Youth League (AUF), the youth-wing of Norway's leading Labour Party, said they expect Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas to bring the matter to the UN, where will he ask for UN membership and recognition of a Palestinian state within the borders before the 1967 war, with East Jerusalem as its capital.
He added, "Labour Youth will have a more activist Middle East policy and we have to recognize Palestine. NOK NOK's, now we have to get the peace process into a new track".
Annie Robbins was kind enough to send out the original and translated items below from European media:
OSLO, Norway (AP) — A Norwegian who dressed as a police officer to gun down summer campers killed at least 80 people at an island retreat, horrified police said early Saturday.
The terrorist was a right wing Christian. Norwegian TV via automated translation:
According to TV2's sources, the arrested belong to the right-extremist groups in eastern Norway, and the man must have registered two weapons on their name - an automatic weapon and a pistol of the type of Glock. ... Breivik listed in their Facebook profile as a conservative and Christian, and he may have a connection to the extreme right environment.
The rightwing Norwegian Progress Party and its surrounding allotment of rightwing groups are historic fascistic, pro-apartheid and today very much in support of a likudnik Israel.
Jonas Gahr Store: - The occupation must end, the wall must be demolished and it must happen now
The Foreign Minister was met with claims that Norway must recognize a Palestinian state when he visited the Labour Youth League summer camp Thursday.
AUF WANT BOYCOTT: Foreign Minister Jonas Gahr Store was met by demands that Norway must recognize a Palestinian state when he visited the Labour Youth League summer camp at Utøya Thursday. Here the Minister ushered around in the camp of the AUF leader Eskil Pedersen. (Reuters)
During the second day of Labour Youth League summer camp at Utøya got the Labour Party's young hopefuls visit by Foreign Minister Jonas Gahr Store.
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