Let us see if the Norwegians will blame these Muslims’ manual for terror as much as they blamed anti-jihadists for Breivik’s murders. Translated from Jyllands-Posten, January 30: “Seven years in prison for terror plans against Jyllands-Posten”:
The case has been called historical in Norway, because it is the first time that someone has been convicted for planning terror.
The Chinese Uighur and Norwegian citizen Mikael Davud was the main man behind the terror plans against Jyllands-Posten’s premises at the Town Hall Square in Copenhagen. So he got a sentence of seven years in prison.
“The Court finds no doubt that Davud took the initiative and that he also was the main man. He was himself responsible for the implementation of the terrorist attack,” said Judge Oddmund Black Berg.
It was ruled that the preparations were characterized by professionalism, but that the attack was not imminent. It appeared that there would only have been a small bomb, which probably would not cost lives. The defenders demanded acquittal. …
According to the indictment, Mikael Davud was acting on behalf of Al Qaida. He admitted in court that he received bomb training from a terrorist group in Iran. The prosecutor argued that Davud instead traveled across the border into Pakistan, where he trained with Al Qaeda. Mikael Davud acknowledged that he had contacts with Al Qaida, but not that he was on a mission for the terrorist network. He acted on his own, he said. …
The Iraqi Kurd Shawan Sadek Saeed Bujak has argued that the goal was Jyllands-Posten and Kurt Westergaard, a goal that both he and Davud allegedly agreed on. And this was the charge that the court found was proven.