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Anders Behring Breivik ist ein rechtsterroristischer und islamfeindlicher norwegischer Massenmörder. Er beging am Anders Behring Breivik (norwegische Aussprache: [ˈɑnːəʂ ˈbeːriŋ ˈbræiviːk] · Audio-Datei / Hörbeispiel Anhören, seit Juni Fjotolf Hansen; * Folgen. mehr zu: Anders Behring Breivik. Gericht: Breiviks Einzelhaft ist "unmenschlich". Oslo - Der Massenmörder von Norwegen, Anders Behring Breivik, sitzt in Isolationshaft, weil er 77 Menschen. Am Juli hatte Anders Behring Breivik zunächst im Regierungsviertel von Oslo eine Bombe gezündet, acht Menschen getötet und.
Anders Behring Breivik (norwegische Aussprache: [ˈɑnːəʂ ˈbeːriŋ ˈbræiviːk] · Audio-Datei / Hörbeispiel Anhören, seit Juni Fjotolf Hansen; * Oslo - Der Norweger Anders Behring Breivik brachte 77 Menschen um und klagte gegen die verordnete Isolationshaft. Ein Gericht entschied nun, dass . Norsk bokmål: Anders B. Breivik (født i Oslo) er en høyreekstrem massemorder som drepte i alt 77 mennesker i Regjeringskvartalet i Oslo og på Utøya. Oslo - Der Norweger Anders Behring Breivik brachte 77 Menschen um und klagte gegen die verordnete Isolationshaft. Ein Gericht entschied nun, dass . Norsk bokmål: Anders B. Breivik (født i Oslo) er en høyreekstrem massemorder som drepte i alt 77 mennesker i Regjeringskvartalet i Oslo og på Utøya. A Norwegian Tragedy: Anders Behring Breivik and the Massacre on Utøya (English Edition) eBook: Borchgrevink, Aage, Guy Puzey: eurocadets2013.se: Kindle-Shop. Oslo - Der Norweger Anders Behring Breivik brachte 77 Menschen um und klagte gegen die verordnete Isolationshaft. Ein Gericht entschied nun, dass diese. Die Isolationshaft für den norwegischen Rechtsextremisten Anders Behring Breivik ist nach Auffassung der norwegischen Justiz nicht.
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Thomas Hegghammer of the Norwegian Defence Research Establishment has described the ideologies of Breivik as "not fitting the established categories of right-wing ideology, like white supremacism , ultranationalism or Christian fundamentalism ", but more akin to macro-nationalism and a "new doctrine of civilisational war ".
In one section of the manifesto titled "Battlefield Wikipedia", Breivik explains the importance of using Wikipedia as a venue for disseminating views and information to the general public,  although the Norwegian professor Arnulf Hagen claims that this was a document that he had copied from another author and that Breivik was unlikely to be a contributor to Wikipedia.
Breivik's manifesto A European Declaration of Independence circulated in online fascist forums where strategies were set and tactics debated.
Breivik had been active on several anti-Islamic and nationalist blogs, including document. After studying several militant groups, including the IRA , ETA and others, Breivik suggests far-right militants should adopt al-Qaeda 's methods, learn from their success, and avoid their mistakes.
In a letter sent by Breivik to international media in January , Breivik states that he exploited "counterjihadist" rhetoric in order to protect "ethno-nationalists" and start a media hunt against "anti-nationalist counterjihadist"-supporters, in a strategy he calls "double psychology".
Breivik further states that he strives for a "pure Nordic ideal", advocating the establishment of a similar party in Norway to the now-defunct neo-Nazi Party of the Swedes , and identifying himself as a part of "Western Europe's fascist movement".
Moreover, he states that his "support" for Israel is limited for it to function as a place to deport "disloyal Jews ".
Following his apprehension, Breivik was characterised by analysts as being a right-wing extremist with anti-Muslim views and a deep-seated hatred of Islam ,  who considered himself a knight dedicated to stemming the tide of Muslim immigration into Europe.
He was at first described by many in the media as a Christian fundamentalist , Christian terrorist , and nationalist. His religious faith is Odinism.
Breivik was an active member of an Oslo shooting club between and , and since According to the club, which banned him for life after the attacks, Breivik had taken part in 13 organized training sessions and one competition since June At the time of the attacks, Breivik was a member of the Lodge of St.
Olaf at the Three Columns in Oslo  and had displayed photographs of himself in partial Masonic regalia on his Facebook profile.
Skaar, issued an edict immediately excluding him from the fraternity based upon the acts he carried out and the values that appear to have motivated them.
Breivik became a member of the Progress Party FrP in He paid his membership dues for the last time in , and was removed from the membership lists in During his time in the Progress Party, he held two positions in the Progress Party's youth organisation FpU: he was the chair of the local Vest Oslo branch from January to October , and a member of the board of the same branch from October till November After the attack, the Progress Party immediately distanced itself from Breivik's actions and ideas.
In an online discussion on the Norwegian website Document. Breivik saw this as the only way to stop left-wing radical groups like Blitz and SOS Rasisme from "harassing" Norwegian cultural conservatives.
Breivik indeed became a member of this organization under the pseudonym " Sigurd Jorsalfar ". According to Breivik, the order was established as an "anti- Jihad crusader-organisation" that "fights" against "Islamic suppression" in London in April by nine men: two Englishmen, a Frenchman, a German, a Dutchman, a Greek, a Russian, a Norwegian apparently Breivik , and a Serb supposedly the initiator, not present, but represented by Breivik.
The compendium gives a " estimate" that there are between 15 and 80 "Justiciar Knights" in Western Europe, and an unknown number of civilian members, and Breivik expects the order to take political and military control of Western Europe.
Breivik gives his own code name in the organisation as Sigurd and that of his assigned "mentor" as Richard, after the twelfth-century crusaders and kings Sigurd Jorsalfar of Norway and Richard the Lionheart of England.
After an intense investigation assisted internationally by several security agencies , the Norwegian police have not found any evidence that a PCCTS network existed, or that the alleged London meeting ever took place.
The police now view Breivik's claim as a figment of imagination in light of his schizophrenia diagnosis, and are increasingly confident that he had no accessories.
The perpetrator still insists he belongs to an order and that his one-man cell was "activated" by another clandestine cell.
On 14 August , several Norwegian politicians and media outlets received an email from someone claiming to be Breivik's "deputy", demanding that Breivik be released, and making more threats against Norwegian society.
On 17 August , journalist Marit Christensen informed the Norwegian press that for the last year of Wenche Behring Breivik's life, she had been her confidant, and that a book based on Christensen's interviews with her would be published as a book in late under the title The Mother.
Norwegian author Unni Turrettini 's bestselling book The Mystery of the Lone Wolf Killer: Anders Behring Breivik and the Threat of Terror in Plain Sight examines the mind of Breivik and the phenomenon of the lone wolf killer and how they manifest themselves, delving into criminal psychology.
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Los Angeles Times. The perpetrator was a steward of the NGO. On 28 February , Peter Froelich of the Norwegian parliament's committee on judicial affairs, said a proposal to ban semi-automatic weapons proposed the year prior now had enough political support to become law by Brenton Harrison Tarrant, the perpetrator of two consecutive mass shootings at mosques in Christchurch , New Zealand , said in his manifesto The Great Replacement in reference to a far-right theory from France by Renaud Camus that he was in particular inspired by Breivik and claimed to have been in "brief contact" with him, as well as meeting with his organisation, the Knights Templar.
Despite their similar names and close release dates, they are unrelated. Greengrass' film is based on the non-fiction book One of Us: The Story of a Massacre in Norway — and Its Aftermath , and unlike Poppe's work depicts real-life individuals involved in the events, with Breivik played by Anders Danielsen Lie playing a central role.
Both films were received positively by critics, with several media outlets studying their radically different approaches to the same subject.
One verse says: "Everytime you think the most stupefying incident in this world already happened, There comes one more. Dutch symphonic metal band Epica released a song entitled "Internal Warfare", on their album Requiem for the Indifferent.
Eric Brazilian wrote and performed the hopeful song "One Light" in honor of the people of Norway after the tragedy.
August 18, Video produced by Feedback. View on YouTube. The Futurama episode The Cryonic Woman was briefly changed on some syndicated reruns, including the DVD re-release, because a moment in the episode included a screen saying "Prime Minister of Norway".
This was later changed to "Chainsaw Juggler". From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Two sequential domestic terrorist attacks in Norway on 22 July For the attack in , see Oslo Central Station bombing.
Government quarter Oslo. Locations of the incidents in the Oslo and Viken counties of Norway.
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The explosion in the small, and usually peaceful, nation came as a shock to people around the world.
As news of the blast spread, Breivik boarded a ferry to the island of Utoya, 25 miles northwest of Oslo.
Breivik was armed and dressed in a police uniform. Utoya was the location of a political youth summer camp organized by the Norwegian Labor Party.
Breivik went on a deadly shooting spree at the camp, killing 69 people, mostly teens. Police arrested Breivik when they reached Utoya an hour and a half after he commenced his murderous rampage.
Breivik admitted to the killings while he was being held in police custody. Hours before the attacks, Breivik e-mailed a 1,page manifesto to 5, people, titled - A European Declaration of Independence.
In the document, Breivik attacks multiculturalism and the "threat" of Muslim immigration to Norway, as well as Marxism and the Norwegian Labor Party.
Breivik copied large sections of the Unabomber manifesto. Breivik writes that he is a "savior of Christianity," and claims to be part of an order called the "Knight's Templar.
Breivik was arrested and taken into custody, as police searched for survivors in the aftermath of the attacks. Though he admitted to the attacks, he pleaded not guilty in a closed-door hearing on July Breivik has said that he belongs to an organization with terror cells that remain at large.
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