Jeg havde den på svensk for tre dage siden, og via Gates of Vienna og Jihad Watch har den fået enorm spredning. Det interessante er, at ingen main stream medier bryder sig om den historie, så de gengiver ikke visse ubekvemme detaljer. Man skal ikke forstyrre det ønskebillede af Breivik, de har skabt sig. Breivik tjener et politisk formål, og det skal han blive ved med fra sin tre-værelses luksuscelle, som han ikke mener, han slipper ud af levende. Hvorfor skulle han også ville det? Derude er der en masse, som har noget at snakke med ham om, som de ikke mener den norske stat varetager efter fortjeneste. Han ville ikke holde et døgn.
Anders Behring Breivik has sent a letter to international media that “Expo Idag” has read. He describes the letter as a first step in a “peace negotiation” with his political opponents. In the letter Anders Behring Breivik has partially changed his rhetoric from that used in his so-called “manifesto”. He says that he in the manifesto was using “the counterjihad” rhetoric to protect “ethno-nationalists” and instead prompt a media campaign against the anti-nationalistic counterjihad movement. He calls this strategy “double psychology”.
The technical term is delusional. I’m not just using that as an insult. Daniel Greenfield: Breivik Tried to Undermine CounterJihad, Admits Nazi Goals
Det var ikke så godt, Mankell og Gardell
IHH, the aid organization behind the Gaza-bound flotilla in 2010, says Turkish police searched storage facility near Syria and detained employee.Turkish media said police have carried out raids in six Turkish cities, detaining several people allegedly linked to Al-Qaida, including an employee of a prominent Islamic charity.
The aid organization, IHH, confirmed Tuesday that its storage facility near the Syrian border was searched and an employee was detained. It, however, rejected any ties to Al-Qaida and denounced the police raid as an attempt to discredit the organization. The Turkish Dogan news agency said police launched anti-terrorism raids in Istanbul and five other cities. It said at least two senior Al-Qaida suspects were detained.
The IHH had organized a Gaza-bound aid flotilla which was raided by Israel in 2010. Last week, the group rejected some news reports claiming that it was involved in the shipment of arms to Syria. Group behind Gaza flotilla suspected of links to Al-Qaida, Turkish counterterrorism raids target al Islamic charity, net al Qaeda operatives