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October 11, 2006

Bruce Bawer’s blog

Filed under: Islam, Norway, Terror — limewoody @ 6:47 am

October 7, 2006: Last Sunday night, in Oslo, three sisters of Pakistani origin were murdered.  Shortly thereafter their brother, Shahzad Khan, was arrested for the crime.  Sources close to the family said it was an honor killing.  According to these sources, the sisters’ father and brothers thought they had become too independent.

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August 23, 2006

Norway mum on Iraqi bribes

Filed under: Mellemøsten, Norway — limewoody @ 8:44 am

A secret report from the Swedish foreign ministry claims that Norwegian officials were aware of the bribes and kickbacks around the UN’s now defunct “Oil for Food” program in Iraq, but kept quiet for fear of being blacklisted by Iraq.

The report is written by Gunnar Blom of the Sweddelegation to the UN. Blom had been assigned to investigate what the UN and various countries knew about the kickbacks that Iraq  demanded.


August 14, 2006

Intifada in the city of Oslo

Filed under: Multi Kulti, Norway — limewoody @ 7:26 pm

A sculpture of UN’s first secretary general Trygve Lie, standing outside the Furuseth centre in Oslo, has been vandalized by a group of immigrant youths. The youths tied a chain around the monument and used their car to pull it down from its plinth. The act is believed to be a response to the ongoing Israeli-Lebanese war. This is the second time in two weeks that the sculpture has attracted the attention of vandals. On July 24, car tires were placed around the base of the sculpture and set afire in an attempt to destroy it. Burning tires were also placed around the head of the sculpture. Last night crime technicians were at the scene trying to asses the damages. It’s not known if the sculpture suffered irrepairable damages. Two youths has been apprehended in connection with last nights fire.

August 11, 2006

Norway has lost it´s right to exist ???????

Filed under: Eurabia, Israel, Norway — limewoody @ 9:49 pm

An article in a leading Norwegian newspaper last weekend lambasted Israel and Judaism and said Israel has lost its right to exist in its present form.

Entitled “God’s chosen people,” the article by author Jostein Gaarder in Aftenposten is raising a storm in Norway. Gaarder, author of the book “Sophie’s World,” links the Israel Defense Forces’ acts in Lebanon to Jewish history and foresees the coming dismantling of the state as it exists today, with the Jews becoming refugees.


August 1, 2006

Palestinian Leader: Oslo Accords Caused Palestinian Terror War

Filed under: Global Jihad, Islam, Israel, Mellemøsten, Norway, Terror — limewoody @ 11:17 am

New York – A senior leader in Fatah, Ziyad Abu ‘Ein, the Palestinian terrorist group lead by Palestinian Authority (PA) president, Mahmoud Abbas, has admitted that the Oslo peace process provided the Palestinians with the means to launch what he termed a “great Palestinian intifadah,” the campaign of suicide bombing and terrorism against Israeli civilians since September 2000 that has claimed the lives of almost 2000 Israelis and wounded and maimed over 10,000 more.

Abu ‘Ein made this statement in an interview on Al-Alam TV earlier this month, stating that, although the Oslo accords had not been the “liberation of Palestine” [ i.e., the destruction of Israel] that the Palestinians sought, “there would have been no resistance in Palestine if not for Oslo. It was Oslo that strongly embraced the Palestinian resistance … If not for Oslo, there would have been no resistance. Throughout the occupied territories, we could not move a single pistol from one place to another. If not for Oslo, the weapons we got through Oslo, and if not for the “A” areas of the Palestinian Authority, if not for the training, the camps, the protection provided by Oslo, and if not for the release of thousands of Palestinian prisoners through Oslo — this Palestinian resistance could not have carried out this great Palestinian Intifada, with which we confronted the Israeli occupation” (Al-Alam TV, July 4, translation courtesy of Middle East Media Review Institute (MEMRI), July 27).

ZOA National President Morton A. Klein said, “This revealing interview with Abu ‘Ein confirms what the ZOA has been saying since the very beginning of the Oslo peace process — that Israel, tragically, dealt itself a major self-inflicted wound by empowering Palestinian terrorists who would not otherwise have had the capacity, weaponry, territory or resources to murder Israelis on such a scale. These Israeli concessions and the promotion of a Palestinian state by Israel and the West inspired and motivated Palestinian terrorists because they interpreted this as Israel was in retreat and that the Islamist jihadists were gaining ground against Israel. They felt that Israel was on the run and that this was the time to hit Israel when it appears weak.

“This interview also confirms that the idea of making yet further territorial concessions to the PA, in which the Islamist terrorist group Hamas is now in power and other terrorist movements thriving more than ever, would be utterly senseless, endanger Israel even further and expose Israel to still greater risk of mass casualties. If the Olmert government proceeds with further unilateral withdrawals in Judea and Samaria, Israel’s major population centers and even Ben-Gurion Airport will fall within rocket and mortar range of Palestinian terrorists. This would be a massive mistake Israel dare not make.”

July 3, 2006

New Kid on the Blog: News from Norway

Filed under: Norway, Uncategorized — limewoody @ 7:47 am

Norway are among the very few and truly blessed nations of the world who hasn’t acquired a national debt. As a matter of fact we have a national surplus and it keeps growing by the hour. At the present it’s in the vicinity of 250 billion US dollars.

The sad part is that it looks like we’re going to have to kiss this gigantic surplus goodbye sometime in the not so distant future. The reason? We’re letting too many unskilled immigrants into our country. Most of them coming from third world countries, and most of them lacking the necessary basic skills to make it in a highly industrialised nation such as Norway.

Via Gates of Vienna:

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