- Jan 5, 2006
Why all the Pro-Israel and hardcore Zionist beliefs? Read the Israeli news not that half baked Babbler (a distant relative by the way) and get yourself updated.
Nailed that one....
So when is the western media going to talk about this guys Zionist zeal? J-Post has the balls. Why not our news?
Yes you did. Here is a quote from the nutcase's manifesto:
"Let us fight together with Israel, our Zionist brothers against all anti-Zionists...[we must assist] Israel in deporting all Muslim Syrians (also referred to as 'Palestinians') from the Gaza Strip, the West Bank and Jerusalem ... demolish the abomination known as the Al Aqsa mosque and the Dome of the Rock in Jerusalem and rebuild the Temple of Solomon." Nutcause who murdered 76 people.
Lessons drawn from the blonde bomber - Opinion - Al Jazeera EnglishIn reality, domestic terrorism is far more common than transnational terrorism, even in the recent period. From 1998-2005, for example, terror attacks have claimed the lives of 26,445 people, of which only 6,447 were a result of transnational terror (3,000 of those casualties occurred on 9/11).
Has al Qaeda so convinced the West of its ubiquitous power that it is easier for observers to jump to irrational conclusions based on anonymous internet chatter? This seems to be the case.
This exaggeration, this Islamist boogeyman, contributes directly to the failure to conceptualise and imagine threats like Breivik and his ilk. With the discussions on terrorism in both the public and policy realm overly saturated with analysis on Islam and Islamists, it becomes very easy to miss this right-wing terror threat.
Btw, I refuse to type this nutcase's name. I will only refer to the person as the nutcase who murdered 76 people in Oslo in 2011.
Not all Zionists are Jewish. Not all Jews are Zionists.
This nutcase obviously has strong Zionist beliefs. But he is not Jewish and he even has some anti-Semitic opinions. Attempts to rationalize his actions likely won't lead anywhere.