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Havoc in Norway and Theology of Hatred evolved from Christianity

WebpageTranslator Norway is a liberal democracy. It is ruled by Labor Party. It has liberal policies on a number of social issues. On July 22, it was hit with the worst terrorist attack on its territory by a 'right wing Christian conservative' [if he was Muslim, then word 'Terrorist' is appropriate]   Even though, the so called terrorist experts claim that he acted alone, the hand of other right wing Christian conservative individuals and groups should not be ruled out. With what is being taught in several conservative churches against liberalism, socialism, non-Christian religions specially Islam, and Judaism, the action of the Norwegian terrorist is not out of line of the dominant thinking. [ as some Madaris in Pakistan are blamed for teaching hatred] ]The 32-year-old Norwegian man who allegedly went on a shooting spree on the island of Utoya has been identified as Anders Behring Breivik. The gunman was dressed as a police offic

Christian Terror Attack in Norway- Analysis

WebpageTranslator Havoc in Norway and Theology of Hatred: Christian terrorism comprises terrorist acts by groups or individuals who claim  Christian  motivations or goals for their actions. As with other forms of  religious terrorism , Christian terrorists have relied on idiosyncratic or literalistic interpretations of the tenets of faith—in this case, the  Bible . Such groups have used  Old Testament  and  New Testament  scriptures to justify violence or to seek to bring about the "end times" described in the New Testament, while others have hoped to bring about a Christian  theocracy [Wikipedia: ] Read Violence and Atrocities in Bible: The Bible contains far more verses praising or urging bloodshed than does the Koran , and biblical violence is often far more extreme, and marked by more indiscriminate savagery. Samson the Suicide Bomber Glorified in the '

Return of Christian Terrorism

WebpageTranslator Terror attacks in Norway indicate return of Christian terrorism in Europe. Breivik wrote that it was essential to "fight" for a "Judeo-Christian Europe", praised the rejection of "anti-Jewish views" and stated that "the new Conservatist ‘new right’ is rapidly developing into a pro-Israel, anti-Jihad alliance.” He applauds Israel, and considers Israel to be a victim of alleged "cultural Marxists" who "see Israel as a 'racist' state."". Hours before the shootings occurred, Breivik released a video detailing that many Christian groups desired a violent staged revolution in Europe to kill the "cultural Marxists" who were, as he saw it, working to weaken Christendom and the "cultural purity" of Norway. He advocated an organization called the "Poor Fellow Soldiers of Christ and the Temple of Solomon." His video urged Christian Europeans to be “justiciar knigh