Norway Massacre Suspect Wanted Anti-Islamic Crusade in Europe



The man accused of carrying out terror attacks in Norway last Friday wanted to start a revolution, his lawyers stated. The attacks at the Norwegian government head office and an island getaway for youth killed at least 93 people.

A manifesto posted by the 32-year-old Anders Behring Breivik onlineā€¦ which authorities are investigating and said was published on the day of the assaultā€¦ denounced Muslim immigration to Europe and promised retaliation against “indigenous Europeans,” whom he blamed were betraying their heritage.

The incident has taken place as the sentiment that multiculturalism has failed in Europe, is gaining ground.

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