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http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-14252515

sounds like the work of 'big al' (al qaeda), maybe for naming a teddy bear muhammad or drawing him or some bullshit like that. shooting teenagers on a youth camp as well as the bomb in oslo, they have to be connected. they should shoot the bastards who did this, and make an example that al qaeda can't get away with what they like anymore.

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apparently the person they have arrested is white, far right ?

the other day it came out that Norway will accept a Palestinian ambassador, people opposed to a recognized Palestinian state ?

Norway also support the Libyan intervention, Lybia ?

or as you say the cartoons, however they are from Denmark not Norway, Al-Qaeda ?

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i think the bomb attacks were a distraction somewhat, so the police and security would be focused on oslo and therefore he'd have an easier chance at the attack on the island.

they are saying that he'll be sectioned under the mental health act, but he was still smart enough to build those bombs. what he's done is one of the worst things i have ever heard in my life. there is no room for someone like that in this world, he should be killed.

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is a death sentence, really a punishment though ?

the issue is that sentiments & views held by people like Anders Behring Breivik (alleged shooter) are on the increase.

some of the stories, images & videos are truly horrific, i know people shy away from them especially like the video of the shoreline from a boat, but people should not shy away from them, because it's really whats happening.

RIP to all the victims.

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yes. his death sets an example to anyone else who's thinking of doing the same. why should the norweigan taxpaers' money go to keeping this cunt alive? i just don't understand the outpour of sympathy towards him, "oh it's a shame, oh he's misunderstood!" no wonder the western world is seen as a pushover.

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My 98 year old grandmother is from Norway, and as such I have many family and friends there. This shouldn't make this horrific occurence any closer to my heart than all of the other atrocities that are ocurring around the world, but I'm afraid it has. I suppose it's because I know Norway, and its people. It is such a beautiful (albeit bley cold) place. It is a calm, peaceful land, with people that seriously reflect this. I'm still finding it hard to believe that this could have happened in such a country.

I spoke to a friend there yesterday just to check up, when the death toll was only at around 20. She said the whole nation was shellshocked. I could not believe the news I woke up to this morning to hear of the remainder of the killings. Still need to speak to more people.

Read a blog today which highlighted dc's comments above, re. Oslo bombing being a smokescreen, whilst the poor teenagers on the island were being picked off one by one. This blogger believed, that as all the youngsters on the summer camp were potential leaders of a Norwegian socialist party, no matter how far reaching the result would be, it might just be time to try to waste them all during their teens. Sorry I can't locate blog now.

I certainly don't want to watch any videos of the event!

I'm afraid I don't agree with the death penalty, although that would probably change if I did have a child that was killed. So all is relative. They don't have the death penalty in Norway anyway. This man will, and certainly should spend the rest of his life behind bars. Very sorry to inform you though that Scandinavian prisons are renowned for being the cushiest in Europe. Let's send him to one in the far east or Africa?

Tragic day for Norway. My thoughts are very much with the survivors, the families of the dead and the people of Norway. Sender du elsker. xx

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this guy continues to astonish me. the information coming from the courtroom and pictures of the attack are apsolutley terrible. he says he's prepared to spend the rest of his life in jail, there has to be another way to punish this him. jail just isn't enough for what he's done.

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i have heard that the maximum sentence in Norway is twenty years.

what i find strange is that it took the police ages to get to the island, yet there was a news helicopter flying about over it, thats where the image of him on the bank with a gun aimed at somebody in the water.

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first of all there is no excuse for what he's done, no matter the race or religion of the people he targeted. but in his twisted manifesto, he seemed to be against muslims. how many of the people that he killed were muslims? it just seems like a poor excuse to me, so he could just go out and shoot people.

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what i find strange is that it took the police ages to get to the island, yet there was a news helicopter flying about over it, thats where the image of him on the bank with a gun aimed at somebody in the water.

It's always the same. Did you know that when the US Airways Flight 1549 was ditched in the Hudson River, the first pictures appeared online before the emergency services even were at the scene? Medias work often faster than police/etc. Don't ask me how they get to know where all this stuff is happening though...

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the Discovery Channel have a program about the attacks on Sunday http://www.newsonnews.net/discovery/10728-discovery-channel-to-air-documentary-into-the-norway-massacre.html !

didn't take'em long.....

just over two weeks it's took them then, kind of grim that they must of started production on it more or less the following weekend. i recall national geographic doing something similar with bin laden's death a few months ago, makes a change from them showing programmes about plane crashes all the time.

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