Had links with anti-Muslim groups in US, UK, Israel
Islamabad—The mass murderer who killed more than 93 people was not just a Christian fanatic but had been working in coordination with several dozen other anti-Muslim and groups in States, Israel, Britain, France, Germany, Belgium and India. According to reports made available Monday Anders Breivik recruited British Christian followers in a plot to attack nuclear power and put the blame on in to banish Muslims .
A Norwegian Muslim representative reached by Observer from Islamabad said that minds behind planned mass murders had assumed that the killer would be killed and then the blame of deaths of innocent people would be put on “Muslim terrorists”, based in Muslim states.
A Muslim representative in Oslo, calling himself only “MA” due to fear of retaliatory action, told Pakistan Observer that “fake calls had already been made from Israel to put the blame on Al Qaeda”, while Israeli-backed media had gone as far as linking it with Col. Khaday’s warning to Europe.
Mr. “MA” though, that had the killer been killed no one would ever know the fact and Muslims all over Europe would have been blamed for the killing. “Thank God, the Norwegian Police did not kill the murderer and “the fact is now before the world that fundamentalism has also penetrated among.”
Muslim community leaders are calling on European government not to brand the mass killer as an “individual fanatic” but must uncover the elements behind his goals and objectives.
The terrorist, Anders Breivik unveiled in a 1,500-page manifesto entitled ‘A European Declaration of Independence’ and he was working to revive the 12th century Knights Templar as a bizarre secret terror organisation. He urged followers to don military-style uniforms to banish Muslims from western Europe by 2020.
Norwegian media on Monday reported that Breivik was working on a twisted masterplan which included details of how to create “dirty bomb” biological weapons and put the blame on Islamic elements.
What is more surprising was that Breivik had even posted details of some date on Pakistan and backed Indian fundamentalists Hindu agenda againstMuslims. He believed that Islamic Jihad could be countered by such acts like the one he carried out.
According to a report in London two Britons helped him found the organisation and he also had an English mentor, whom he met during a bizarre extremist gathering in London in 2002. He referred to the man under his code name Richard, the lionhearted.
Breivik, 32, revealed he had recruited the Britons, who have not been named, along with seven others from France, Germany, Holland, Greece, Russia, Norway and Serbia.
He wrote: “The order is to serve as an armed indigenous rights organisation and as a crusader movement (anti-Jihad movement). Once you decide to strike, it is better to kill too many than not enough, or you risk reducing the desired ideological impact of the strike.
“Do not apologise, make excuses or express regret for you are acting in self-defence in a pre-emptive manner.”
The report said that the Britons were to attack nuclear power stations and oil rigs to carry out “regime ending” strikes if Breivik’s demands were not met.
The Knights Templar were a military and religious order who fought in the Crusades against Muslims.
The Norwegian terrorist’s links with several American, British and European based anti-Muslim groups and individuals are no secret as he worked in close cooperation with Israeli-backed groups such as “Stop Islamization of America”, “Stop Isamization of Europe”, European Defence League”, and Israel Defence Initiative”.
Breivik posted a 12-minute YouTube video calling for conservatives to “embrace martyrdom” and promoting a fight against Islam. The video shows him in a wetsuit and pointing an automatic weapon, wearing a chemical suit with gas mask and dressed in a military-style uniform, with a badge saying “Marxist Hunter”.