Breivik’s anti-Muslim crusade

Published: July 27, 2011
While one is at a loss for words to condemn the massacre of over 100 people in Norway by Anders Behring Breivik, the incident is a grim reminder that terrorism has no boundaries or religion for that matter and that indeed the western world by badmouthing Muslims everywhere around the globe was only deceiving its gullible public to achieve ulterior motives.
Also it is an unfortunate reality that America’s unjust war on terror has bred hatred within the Muslim community on the one hand and has increased prejudice of Muslim in the West, on the other; Breivik provides a glaring example of it. In fact such an outburst of hatred of Muslims was bound to happen given the US propaganda machinery busy demonising Muslims day in and day out. It is, therefore, understandable why the attack had so much shocked Europe and the US. Breivik is no lunatic, as is manifest from his statement that the action was “atrocious but necessary”. He thought it necessary because he wanted to prevent the Western Europe from “Muslim takeover” and therefore attacked “Islamic colonisation”. His words that he wanted to bring about a revolution are noteworthy because they reek of the same hatred that President Bush had nurtured evident by the term “crusade” he used. Breivik also revealed that a network of more terrorist cells exist and so the police, who up until the incident were busy keeping an eye on the Muslim Diaspora, should get alert.
Finally, it is time for common Westerners to question the propaganda being unleashed by their governments and think tanks.
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