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Tuesday, January 5, 2016

HOW GRONLAND, IN CENTRAL OSLO, NORWAY, WAS LOST TO RAPE AND OTHER VIOLENT CRIME AGAINST WHITES BY ITS MUSLIM POPULATION - In spite of that, Norway is still considered the most anti-Semitic country of Europe and, along with other European Union countries, continues to enthusiastically fund and support Muslim terror in Israel

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Norway: Oslo Police — “We Have Lost the City”
Oslo robbery victim“Early in 2010 Aftenposten stated that there are sharia patrols in this area, and gay couples are assaulted and chased away. ‘Immigrant Fatima Tetouani says that “Grønland is more Muslim than Morocco.”‘”  And that was six years ago.
The article below is about the apocalyptic level of Muslim violence in Grønland, a district of Oslo.
Grønland is only two subway stops from the Parliament, and one from the Central Station.  It looks like Karachi, Basra, and Mogadishu all rolled into one. People sell drugs openly just next to the Grønland subway station.
It’s not Norway or Europe anymore, except when there is welfare money to be collected. The police have largely given up.
Early in 2010 Aftenposten stated that there are sharia patrols in this area, and gay couples are assaulted and chased away. “Immigrant Fatima Tetouani says that ‘Grønland is more Muslim than Morocco.’”
Readers should remember that Aftenposten, which is the largest newspaper in the Oslo region, is normally pro-Islamic and very Multicultural.
Bloodied in GrønlandThe women are being raped at night in Oslo, and the men are robbed more than ever.
Sturla Nøstvik (36) did not suspect any danger when the barrel of a pistol was smashed into his forehead. That was the beginning of fifty minutes of hell as a hostage of the robbers.
Continue reading about Muslims wreaking havoc in Norway, while the government funds and supports Muslim terror in Israel.  Read a similar case of a downtown district lost to Muslim crime and terror:  MOLENBEEK, BRUSSELS (or Jihad central).

In just the past ten years more than 4,000 people have been robbed in the town center and the area of the Grønland police station [an immigrant ghetto]. Most of them are young men.
Sturla Nøstvik is robbery-victim 351 from Grønland just from this year, the same period in which around fifty assault-rapes have been reported in Oslo.
The robbers play on fear, violence, and severe threats that leave a mark on the victims. Police superintendent Inge Sundeng in Grønland describes them as the “somewhat-forgotten victims”.
The police visited Sturla Nøstvik in the emergency room after the robbery. They told Nøstvik that a gang of robbers had committed many similar robberies in Grünerløkka and surrounding areas in thee past weeks. They told him that everybody should have the right to feel safe, but that they had no way of halting the robberies. “We have lost the city,” they said…

Originally posted here


Islamic Terrorist Group Demands Islamic State... in Downtown Oslo  "We do not wish to live together with dirty beasts like you."

Muslims demand Islamic State
in downtown Oslo
while burning Norway's flag

2014 - Frontpage Magazine - A Muslim terrorist group, Ansar al-Sunna, is threatening that if a section of the nation's capitol isn't transformed into a sharia-complaint Muslim nation, an attack rivaling 9/11 will be launched upon the Scandinavian nation.

"We do not want to be a part of Norwegian society. And we do not consider it necessary either to move away from Norway, because we were born and grew up here. And Allah’s earth belongs to everybody. But let Grønland become ours. Bar this city quarter and let us control it the way we wish to do it. This is the best for both parts. We do not wish to live together with dirty beasts like you."

The motive for the warning is the wish of this radical islamist group to establish an Islamic state in Grønland, Oslo.
"Do not force us to do something that can be avoided. This is not a threat, only the words of truth. The words of justice. A warning that the consequences can be fatal. A warning about a 9/11 on Norwegian ground, or larger attacks than the one carried out on July 22nd. This is for your own good and in your own best interest."
Grønland is in downtown Oslo. Apparently it's two subway stops from parliament.
July 22nd was the date of the Brevik attacks. While the media's revisionist history painted Breivik's attacks as anti-Muslim, in fact he was not targeting Muslims and in his manifesto had discussed collaborating with Islamic terrorists.



THE CASE OF BRUSSELS, BELGIUM, and its migrant district MOLENBEEK, Jihad Central

- NO AMOUNT OF VETTING OF MUSLIM MIGRANTS can prevent their children from becoming radicalized

Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel said the decision to keep Brussels on lockdown was based on 'quite precise information about the risk of an attack like the one that happened in Paris'
Brussels used to be their city. 

The heightened security presence in Brussels comes as police continue to hunt for terror cell suspects
Now Belgians walk their streets with trepidation, fearing more terror attacks.

The community of Molenbeek has a large, Moroccan community. Crime, poverty and fundmantalism are some of the less positive sides of this dynamic neigborhood.
Now Muslim-dominated Molenbeek, Brussels, used to have a vibrant night life.  Now the streets are quiet and empty, while behind its walls Muslim terrorists plot more attacks on Europeans.

Molenbeek Belgium the Raqqa of Europe_2009_3410-copy-714x474
Molenbeek during the daytime.  This could be any Arab country in North Africa or the Middle East.

Read more about the late November crisis in Belgium, about the Muslim populated district of Molenbeek, and how it was allowed by leftist authorities to become JIHAD CENTRAL.  See also additional images of Ghost Town Brussels.


While Norway is overwhelmed by its violent Muslim population, it does not waver from its traditional anti-Semitism. 

Is Norway funding the murderers of Israelis?

By Dr Manfred Gerstenfeld

2013 -  There have been greatly surprising developments in Norway in the past weeks. Conservative parliamentarian Peter Gitmark has said on television that his country is indirectly funding Palestinian terrorists.
The country’s three largest opposition parties – the Conservatives, the Progress Party and the Christian Democrats – have asked for an investigation into Norwegian financing of the Palestinian Authority by the Parliamentary Committee on Scrutiny and Constitutional Affairs.
This committee has requested that the Foreign Ministry provide proper documentation clarifying the funding of Palestinian salaries paid to convicted terrorists.
Foreign Minister Barth Eide admitted that his predecessor Jonas Gahr Stoere had twice misled parliament. He had said in 2011 and 2012 that his ministry knew where Norwegian aid money to the Palestinian Authority went and that convicted terrorists in Israeli jails only received cafeteria money while their families are given financial support.
State Secretary Torgeir Larsen has now disclosed that prisoners in Israeli jails serving long sentences receive payments from the PA. These prisoners can choose to whom they want to give the money. Contributing about 50 million dollars annually to the PA, Norway is one of its largest donors.
The government-owned Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation (NRK) broadcast a television program on February 28 in which the claim was made that part of Norwegian taxpayers’ money goes to funding Palestinian murderers in Israeli jails. This was remarkable as NRK has a long record of anti-Israel bias and distorted reporting on the Middle East.
All of this was triggered by information provided by Palestinian Media Watch (PMW). It showed that the PA uses money from its budget to pay salaries to all Palestinian prisoners in Israeli jails for security offenses.
The recipients include those serving multiple life sentences for murder. Among them is Ibrahim Hamed, the man behind, among others, the Hebrew University cafeteria bombing and who was convicted for the murder of 46 Israelis.
Until recently, the strongest criticism of the massive misconduct of the Norwegian Labor-dominated government usually came from abroad. This author’s 2008 book Behind the Humanitarian Mask: The Nordic Countries, Israel and the Jews was a lone foreign voice documenting that Norway is a pioneer in promoting Israel-hatred and anti-Semitic acts.
Most Norwegian media reactions to the book have been classic responses against internal dissenters and foreign critics; one does not mention them, but when doing so is unavoidable, they are demonized.
At the time there were no studies on anti-Semitism in Norway and thus no statistics to support the massive amount of anecdotal information. Even the tiny organized Norwegian Jewish community – with less than 900 members – tried to publicly minimize the high level of anti- Semitism.
In a somewhat similar way, in 2010, almost all Norwegian mass media concealed a letter former American senator Sam Brownback sent to the Norwegian ambassador in Washington expressing concerns regarding Norwegian anti- Semitism and anti-Israelism.
They were accompanied by documentation from the Simon Wiesenthal Center listing examples of anti-Israeli hate support by Norway’s king, prime minister, minister of foreign affairs, minister of finance and deputy minister of the environment. As far as is known, Brownback never received a reply.
A breakthrough in foreign exposure came when Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz visited Norway in 2011. The universities of Oslo, Bergen and Trondheim refused his offer of a free lecture on international law and Israel. The student unions then organized alternative lectures. Dershowitz thereafter wrote an article in The Wall Street Journal saying that Norway reminded him of South Africa under the Apartheid regime.
A few months later a study commissioned by the Oslo Municipality showed that one-third of all Jewish high school students are verbally or physically harassed at least two or three times a month.
A study in 2012 by the Center for Studies of Holocaust and Religious Minorities showed that 38 percent of Norwegians agree with the statement that Israel behaves toward the Palestinians in the same way that the Nazis acted toward the Jews.
The authors of the study in their conclusion whitewashed these findings by not including them in their statistics of anti-Semitism. They must have been aware that calling Israel a Nazi state is anti-Semitic according to the European Working Definition of Anti-Semitism.
Meanwhile, internal Norwegian voices against this anti-Israel hate-mongering have become stronger. One is the MIFF organization, which supports Israel. Another is a leading Norwegian non-fiction writer, Hanne Nabintu Herland.
She claims Norway is the most anti-Semitic country in the West. Her standing in the country is so prominent that even major national media had to print this.
At present the opposition parties are currently well ahead in the polls for the September 2013 parliamentary elections.
The two largest ones – the Conservative and Progress parties – have already agreed on a positive change in attitude toward Israel if they win. In this context, the current pressure on the government to end the financing of Palestinian terrorists becomes even more meaningful.
The writer is a board member and former chairman of the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs (2000-2012). He is a recipient of the Lifetime Achievement Award (2012) of the Journal for the Study of Anti-Semitism.

See the writer's columns on European anti-Semitism
And here

Norway: The Most Anti-Semitic Country
 in the West

By Dr Manfred Gerstenfeld
“The current Labor/radical left Norwegian government is promoting an extreme one-sided and negative stance toward Israel. It is responsible for creating a politically-correct hatred of Israel among many people in the country. This has made Norway, in my view, the most anti-Semitic country in the West. In Norwegian history, there has never been such an anti-Israeli attitude.”
Hanne Nabintu Herland is a Norwegian academic and a historian of religion. She has authored several successful books. The latest one, Respect, published in February 2012, received a lot of publicity and tops the country’s best seller list.
Yet, there has been complete public silence regarding the sharp criticism she poses in the book against the current leftist government for its biased view on Israel.
Herland says, “Control on public opinion is so strong in Norway that it is questionable whether it can be considered a free democratic state. The Labor
Party has widely used the terror attack by Anders Breivik against it on 22 July 2011 to further discriminate against any opposition and shut down public debate.”
She adds: “The Norwegian government indirectly accepts the Hamas agenda where its main goals include ethnic cleansing, terror, and genocide against the Jews. Labor Party Foreign Minister Jonas Gahr Støre regularly defends Hamas in newspapers abroad. In February 2011, he did this in the International Herald Tribune, for instance.
“Last year Støre was caught lying on a live program on Norwegian TV2.There he denied that he held continuous talks with Hamas leader Khaled Meshaal. Yet Stǿre had to admit this when the reporter told him that Meshaal had mentioned these conversations. What initially may have been an act of naiveté is by now suspect of deliberate malice. In the long term, Støre is tarnishing Norway’s international reputation by acting as a Hamas
The way Norway funds Hamas with hundreds of millions of Norwegian kroner taxpayer’s money, is pure corruption.
"When African states buy their way to influence, we call it corruption. But in essence, the Labor Party is practicing the same – billions leave the country in order for Norway to buy friends in foreign states where they otherwise would have little or no influence.
“Despite major anti-Israel propaganda last year, a poll undertaken by Norway’s largest paper Verdens Gang found that 60% of the Norwegian people believes that Israel is right in claiming that coverage of it in Norwegian media is biased. This survey was done after the Israeli embassy in Oslo had filed a complaint against the state broadcasting authority NRKfor its biased reporting.
“This anti-Israelism is often accompanied by anti-Semitism. Jewish children in Norwegian schools particularly suffer from it. According to a study, many of them are harassed much more than other minorities.
“One may wonder why the Norwegian establishment is continuously badgering the only democracy in the Middle East. Many in Norway and Europe at large no longer recognize the historical link of their traditional culture with the Jewish people. Those who spread the Ten Commandments laid the infrastructure for civilized societies. The Jews have contributed greatly to the development of European culture.”
In spring 2011, Herland published an article titled “Norway is the Most anti-Semitic Country in the West.”
In it she wrote: “Culturally, we have much more in common with the Jewish people than one would think. Western civilization’s values have their cradle in Greek and Roman contributions, but when it comes to values, in the Hebrew-Christian contribution. The European humanistic view of the dignity of human beings regardless of rank, class or ethnicity, carries deep roots from Judaism. These values are at the core of what it means to belong to Western Civilization today.”
Herland observes: “The new Western secular values imply a rejection of respect for our culture’s historical link to the Jewish people. Many in the West do not understand that Islam’s radical religious movement projects maximum resistance against what they perceive as Western decadence and domination.
“The new Muslim friends of many Western secularists treat several minorities in Islamic countries with violence. Sharia law is considered a cultural alternative to the Western legal system. What started as the Left’s sympathy for the weak has turned into support for totalitarian coercion. This also includes backing a pronounced anti-Israelism. Today these undemocratic attitudes dominate the politically controlled voices in countries like Norway in a manner that clearly resembles Soviet propaganda.
“In March 2011, the renowned Harvard lawyer, Alan Dershowitz came to Oslo. He offered to lecture at three Norwegian universities without payment.  They all turned him down. Thereafter, Dershowitz wrote an article in the Wall Street Journal where he conveyed how anti-Semitic Norwegian academics let him know that he was persona non grata.
"This affair made me ashamed to be Norwegian. I am looking forward to the day when the present government will be defeated. Then hopefully, an end will come to their propaganda and the misleading image of Israel which they continuously portray to the Norwegian public.”



Anti-Semitism in Norway - Tundra Tabloids' news archive

Just a thought: 

Europe - after murdering six million Jews - has consistently been waging a diplomatic and propaganda war against tiny Israel, funding Muslim terror against Israelis, and demanding Israel's partition for the creation of a Muslim terror state.

In a case of POETIC JUSTICE, it is Europeans now who are being pushed away from their cities and neighborhoods, while Muslims establish and expand their own enclaves, sometimes in the suburbs, sometimes right in the middle of the cities.  Police don't dare to enter those neighborhoods or NO-GO Zones.  They are outside the law.  Europe is being colonized, and unofficially partitioned.

It is Europeans now who suffer from fear of Muslim terror, and so they build border walls and fences, and set up checkpoints at all kinds of public sites -  the same practices for which they still virulently condemn Israel. 

And as Europeans have a more personal experience with fear of Muslim terror and carnage, maybe - just maybe - there is a chance that they will get an idea of what it's like to have Muslims for neighbors.


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