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French giant Veolia cut down to size for abusing Palestinian rights

Maren Mantovani and Michael Deas | The Electronic Intifada | 26 August 2011 France is refusing to address corporate complicity in the occupation of Palestine. (Council of the European Union) The French corporation Veolia once appeared unassailable; today it is ailing. It is faced not only with the global economic crisis but also the growing impact of […]

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Norwegians hold Quds day rally

PressTV –  Sat Aug 27, 2011 9:50AM GMT Quds Day rally in London (file photo) A group of Norwegian Muslims have rallied in Norway’s capital of Oslo on the occasion of Quds Day, calling for an end to Israel’s state terrorism. The demonstrators gathered in front of Norway’s parliament building on Friday, carrying signs that […]

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Cultivating violence: the Zionists and the US Islamophobes behind Norwegian killer Breivik

By Lawrence Davidson | 9 August 2011 | Redress Lawrence Davidson views the Israelis and Americans responsible for cultivating the environment in which Norwegian mass murderer Anders Behring Breivik thrived and found encouragement. Israel and its “right-wing Zionists” By now the world is aware that, despite the ardent wishful thinking of the Western media, the […]

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Of Caucasians, Christians and Desperate White Men ~ by The AngryIndian

TheAngryindian 07.06.2001 ‘As for a climactic conflict between a once-Christian West and an Islamic world that is growing in numbers and advancing inexorably into Europe for the third time in 14 centuries, on this one, Breivik may be right’. -Patrick Buchanan [FOTO: Public memorial one day after the Breivik attacks. Credit: Johannes Grødem] As sensible […]

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Islamophobia, Zionism and the Norway massacre – by @avinunu

Anti-Defamation League director Abraham Foxman condemned Breivik’s ideology, but he is still an enabler of Islamophobia. Ali Abunimah | 02 Aug 2011 12:50 | Al Jazeera | Opinion Anti Defamation League director Abraham Foxman and his organisation opposed the building of the ‘Ground Zero Mosque’ because of the belief that it would ’cause some victims more […]

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Pamela Geller and Robert Spencer fundraise on Norway attack

America’s most virulent anti-Islam bloggers continue attacking all Muslims, accuse terror victims of anti-Semitism By Alex Pareene- War Room – Salon.com Wikipedia/AP Robert Spencer and Pamela Geller As a writer, it sure sucks when someone murders a bunch of people based on your ideas. (I mean, I assume that sucks. Weirdly, it’s never happened to […]

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Zionist trail in Norway terror attacks – video

PressTV – Fri Jul 29, 2011 4:37PM GMT An interview with Peter Eyre, a Middle East Consultant An analyst says that there are evident Zionist footprints in the twin terror attacks in Norway’s capital, Oslo, and on a nearby island which claimed the lives of 76 people.     Press TV has interviewed Peter Eyre, […]

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EDL & Norway terrorist Anders Breivik update

Jai  | Pickled Politics | 29th July, 2011 A compilation of continuing developments focusing on the English Defence League’s public response to the atrocity along with Breivik’s own connections to the EDL : 1. Fresh from his court appearance during which he was convicted of leading a violent brawl involving 100 football supporters, EDL leader […]

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The same Islamophobic bloggers and pundits that influenced Norway killer also influence Congress

by Karina Piser on July 28, 2011 | Mondoweiss In light of the Oslo attacks, it is important to pause and contemplate what sparked this event, and indeed where such hatred comes from. One thing is clear: this in no way occurred in isolation. It was a disconcerting coincidence that an article on the front page of Monday’s New York […]

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Behind Norway’s Kristallnacht

by Eric Walberg |  July 28th, 2011 | Dissident Voice The massacre in peaceful Oslo was a replay of this earlier horror in reverse – no longer the Jews as victims but as the inspiration of terror against non-Jews – as Israel extends its wars not only to Greek ports and French airports but to […]

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The cancer of Christian Zionist terror

[ 27/07/2011 – 03:03 PM ] By Khalid Amayreh Gloating over the recent killings in Norway of dozens of innocent people at the hands of an Israel-inspired Christian Zionist terrorist, Glenn Beck, the American right-wing talk show host, compared the victims of the shooting at a Norwegian summer camp to Hitler Youth in his radio […]

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Breivik sent ‘manifesto’ to 250 UK contacts hours before Norway killings

Using the name Andrew Berwick, Norwegian killer emailed 1,500 page document and YouTube video across Europe Matthew Taylor | guardian.co.uk, Tuesday 26 July 2011 23.58 BST Anders Behring Breivik emailed his 1,500-page manifesto to far-right contacts across western Europe. Photograph: AFP/Getty Images The man responsible for the mass killing in Norway emailed his 1,500-page document […]

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Norway Shooter Anders Breivik’s Zionism in Line With Pro-Israel European Right

Anders Breivik’s embrace of Israel is the latest sign of a shift among reactionaries in Europe—with fascism and Zionism going hand in hand, fueled by Islamophobia, says Michelle Goldberg. Jul 25, 2011 9:44 PM EDT | The Daily Beast Anders Breivik is a Christian nationalist terrorist obsessed with preserving the “Nordic/Germanic” people. He is also […]

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Lessons drawn from the blonde bomber ~ by @YousefMunayyer

  Domestic terrorism is far more common than transnational, which only accounts for 25 per cent of terror attack deaths. Yousef Munayyer Last Modified: 26 Jul 2011 13:24 | Al Jazeera Oklahoma City bomber Timothy McVeigh (along with Ted Kaczynski, Lucas John Helder, Jim Adkisson, Andrew Joseph Stack, Jared Lee Loughner, and others) is yet […]

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Israelis Debate on the Web: Did Norway Get What It Deserved?

July 24, 2011, 7:58pm | Jewish Daily Forward | J.J. Goldberg The Norway massacre has touched off a nasty war of words on the Israeli Internet over the meaning of the event and its implications for Israel. And I do mean nasty: Judging by the comments sections on the main Hebrew websites, the main questions […]

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