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Offline Ansgar

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A danish article: (Google Translate with my corrections)

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On Friday, radical Muslims have called for a demonstration against the Norwegian participation in the international forces in Afghanistan.

But a video on Facebook that encourages spectators to turn up, shocked the Norwegians: It shows pictures of, among others Crown Prince Haakon and Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg, while texts such as, "Oh Allah, destroy them and let it be painful" appears on the screen in Norwegian.

According to the TV station NRK, one of the few active debaters on the Facebook page is a man convicted of shooting at the synagogue in Oslo with automatic weapons and who have been accused of planning bomb attacks on the Israeli and the U.S. Embassy.

The man, according to NRK also writes that he hopes that Norwegian soldiers in Afghanistan will return in coffins.

The Norwegian Intelligence Service, PST, according to information officer Martin Bernsen is aware of the video threat and the Facebook page.

But the unveiling of the video coincides with an assessment published by the intelligence service of the threats that Norway is facing. And the PST believe that extreme Islamism is the greatest threat to the country.

These can pose a direct threat.

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"Although there are few people in Norway who supports extreme Islamism, the recruitment for each environment increases", says the assessment.

"Leaders in the environments can exploit this to create cells or groups in Norway, who intend to plan violent actions', continues PST in its report.

The service warns that moneys are being collected that can be used to support terrorism, and that people from Norway are planning travels to conflicted areas to recieve training and combat skills.

"These can pose a direct threat," says the PST's report.

The Secret Service now investigates, according to Norwegian media, whether the video can be considered to encourage terrorism.

This is very sad. Of all the Scandinavian countries, Norway is the one who least deserves this kind of threat. I really hope that this is just a couple of confused people.
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I wonder what the angry people will do when the war in Afghanistan is over. Who and what are they going to be mad about next?
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I wonder what the angry people will do when the war in Afghanistan is over. Who and what are they going to be mad about next?

They will doubtless find something.
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Always and forever: Palestine.

If that whole situation ever gets solved, Islamists will be screwed. Even Pervez Musharraf has said so.

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This is very sad. Of all the Scandinavian countries, Norway is the one who least deserves this kind of threat. I really hope that this is just a couple of confused people.
After that horrific massacre a few months ago in Norway, it's quite likely that Norwegians feel vulnerable to terrorist attacks more than other Scandinavians, and thus, a threat like this will have great impact, even if the possibility of its execution is minimal. The whole point is to create fear. Very sad, indeed.