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THE CHILLING BREIVIK LEGACY: On 22 July 2011 Anders Behring Breivik killed 77 people in two separate terror attacks.   An increasing number of anti-Islamic activists in Norway are now not only defending Breivik's views but also his actions. Photo: KJETIL STORMARK

Hate rising

NORDIC EXTREMISM – PART 2: Power struggles and internal conflicts have weakened anti-Islamic organizations in Norway. But more than three years after Anders Behring Breivik’s terror attacks, the level of hostility appears to […]

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Extremists urge military service

NORDIC EXTREMISM – PART 1: Military officials have alerted the Norwegian Police Security Service (PST) that extremists are urging Norwegians who hate radical Islam to join the Home Guard, a branch of the […]

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