(FOXNEWS) Norwegian police say they have arrested a right-wing extremist who has been stockpiling weapons and explosives at his home in Oslo, but has no connection to mass killer Anders Behring Breivik.
“The police have no information linking him to Breivik, but after the terrorist attacks, they did not want to take any risks and made the resources available to find this person as quickly as possible,” the Daily Verdens Gang reports.
The man is being investigated for the “possession of unauthorized weapons, possession of explosives and making threats,” according to his lawyer, Vidar Lind Iversen.
Breivik killed 77 people on July 22 in a bombing in Oslo and shooting rampage on a nearby island, and has since confessed to the killings.
Police previously discovered weapons in the man’s home in 2001, and convicted him of selling automatic weapons to right-wing extremists in the 1990s. They were unable to confirm local media reports that a police uniform — similar to the one Breivik used to disguise himself in his attacks — was found inside the man’s home, the AFP reports.
(DEADLINE LIVE) Anders Behring Breivik, the terrorist responsible for last week’s Oslo attacks purchased what’s known as ‘CIA Caltrop’ tire spikes from a Mexican security firm.
In his manifesto, Breivik provides the name and address of the firm, which is Prosperity Technologies, located in the Guadalajara suburb of Zapopan, Mexico.
(DEADLINE LIVE) Why the Norway terror attacks have more to do with international banks and a failed carbon tax scam than with a crazed racist man…
Last week’s terror attacks in Norway shattered the heart of a peace-loving society, which up until this point, was considered a model for other societies to follow. Despite their socialist form of government, Norwegians cherish their sovereignty and independence. Some say their standard of living is one of the best in the world. Perhaps is due to the fact that their government still represents their interests. They chose not to be part of the European Union in two different referendums some time ago because they know their history; they have been dominated by foreign governments in the past and they don’t want their old problems to return.
(THE INTEL HUB) As evidence continues to point to the Mossad/CIA/NATO Operation Gladio network as the real culprits of the Norway terror attacks it is important to note that The Mossad has been involved in killings in Norway before.
The Lillehammer affair refers to the assassination by Mossad agents of a Moroccan waiter, Ahmed Bouchiki, in Lillehammer, Norway on July 21, 1973.
The Israeli agents had mistaken their victim for Ali Hassan Salameh, the chief of operations for Black September. Most of the Mossad team were captured and tried for the murder, in a major blow to the intelligence agency’s reputation.
(INFOWARS) Comment: Why would a “right-wing extremist” who calls himself a nationalist and hates Muslims choose to massacre scores of young, predominantly white, Norwegian youths? Why not attack a mosque?
Police have said a Norwegian man arrested after the twin attacks in Norway is a right-winger with anti-Muslim views, but they do not know whether that was a factor in the attacks.
Police are continuing to question the 32-year-old – named by Norwegian television as Anders Behring Breivik – after he was detained on Friday evening in connection with the attacks.
National police chief Sveinung Sponheim said internet postings by the suspected gunman “suggest that he has some political traits directed toward the right, and anti-Muslim views, but if that was a motivation for the actual act remains to be seen”.
Norway’s TV2 channel claimed Breivik has links to “right-wing extremists” and possessed two weapons registered in his name.
(Eivind Funds) The Foreign Minister was met with claims that Norway must recognize a Palestinian state when he visited the Labour Youth League summer camp Thursday.
During the second day of Labour Youth League summer camp at Utøya, the Labour Party’s young hopefuls got a visit by Foreign Minister Jonas Gahr Store.
Together with the Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation correspondent Sidsel Wold and Norwegian People’s Aid Kirsten Belck-Olsen, discussed the Foreign Minister of the deadlock between Israel and the Palestinian Authority.
As the foreign minister arrived at Utøya he was met with a demand from the AUF that Norway must recognize a Palestinian state.
– The Palestinians must have their own state, the occupation must end, the wall must be demolished and it must happen now, said the Foreign Minister to cheers from the audience.
Norway is prepared to recognize
Earlier this week, when Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas visited Norway, the Minister said to TV 2 news channel that Norway stands ready to recognize a Palestinian state . This he repeated during the debate on Utøya.
MIDDLE EAST DEBATE: Foreign Minister participated in a debate on Utøya with NRK Sidsel Wold and Norwegian People’s Aid Kirsten Belck-Olsen. (Reuters)
– 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.
In autumn it is expected that Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas will 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.
AUF would boycott
AUF leader Eskil Pedersen said Wednesday that the AUF wants a unilateral economic embargo of Israel from the Norwegian side.
– Labour Youth will have a more activist Middle East policy and we have to recognize Palestine. Now we have to get the peace process into a new track, said Pedersen.
The Foreign Minister admitted that the situation is untenable, but believes that the boycott is the wrong tool.
– Boycott will be to move from dialogue to monologue. It is difficult to open the door the day we will talk with Israel, said the Foreign Minister.