Friday, July 22, 2011


WORLD: Norway ripped by Oslo bomb, youth camp shootings
OSLO, Norway — A bomb ripped open buildings in the heart of Norway’s government Friday, and a man dressed as a police officer opened fire at an island youth camp connected to the ruling party. At least seven people were killed in the blast and nine more in the camp shootings, the peaceful nation’s worst violence since World War II. Oslo police said 9 or 10 people were killed at the camp on Utoya island, where the youth wing of the Labor Party was holding a summer camp for hundreds of youths. Acting Police Chief Sveinung Sponheim says a man was arrested in the shooting, and the suspect had been observed in Oslo before the explosion there.
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Terrorism, Sharia Law, & the United States
If you think the goal of Osama bin Laden and the 9/11 Bombers was to only kill 3,000 Americans and to destroy the tallest building in America—I beg you: think again. SHARIAH, the Arabic word, is held by mainstream Islamic authorities to be the perfect expression of divine will and justice and thus is the supreme law that must comprehensively govern all aspects of Muslims’ lives, irrespective of when or where they live. Shariah is characterized as a “complete way of life” (social, cultural, military, religious, and political), governed from cradle to grave by Islamic law. The terrorists on 9/11 were “sold out” to the spread of Shariah Law!Read More


  1. Turns out the sole suspect is a Norwegian right-winger. A claim of responsibility from jihadis (or anyone else) is about as likely to be an attempt to propagandize someone else's crime than it is to be genuine.

  2. Erick, Your attempt ton denigrate the Right is not missed. Maybe if you spent more time cleaning up your country from Immigrants that accidentally burn down houses by cooking on the floors, teaching tghem that toilets were not garbage disposal units and get them off the welfare rolls you would see a more realistic way of life. Throw stones in the direction where they belong! Pastor Lee