Norway camp shooter identified — authorities say he was working alone and attacks were not Islamic terrorism
At last, some apparently definitive information. After a jihad group curiously claimed responsibility and retracted, and after some terror experts said it was a jihad attack and some said it wasn’t, and after the media pointed to jihadists as essentially the only ones with a motive, and Islamic supremacists applauded the attack, it appears that it was not a jihad attack after all. “Norway Camp Shooting: ‘As Many As 30 Dead,’” from Sky News, July 22:
As many as 30 people are feared dead in a shooting at a Norwegian youth camp after a bomb in the capital, Oslo, killed at least seven.
Shots were fired by a man dressed as a police officer at a youth meeting of the ruling Labour Party in Utoya – an island around 20 miles from the capital.
He has been named in Norway as Anders Behring Breivik – an anonymous official said he was believed to have been working alone.
Police said they do not think the attacks were linked to Islamic terrorism….