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The Foreigner Extremists glorify Norway Crown Prince suffering. Muslim extremists have posted a video on Facebook wishing Crown Prince Haakon pain and suffering, reports say. Using images of HRH and Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg, the faction says it hopes they “suffer painful revenge”, proclaiming “Oh, Allah, destroy them”. Threats have also been issued against Foreign Minister Jonas Gahr Støre Moreover, the video shows dramatic pictures of suffering Afghan children and coffins of fallen Norwegian soldiers, with text, “Revenge verily comes from Allah! That’s what is approaching!” According to NRK, the footage also contains dramatic music.

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Extremists glorify Norway Crown Prince suffering

Published on Tuesday, 17th January, 2012 at 16:21 under the news category, by Michael Sandelson   .

Muslim extremists have posted a video on Facebook wishing Crown Prince Haakon pain and suffering, reports say.



Using images of HRH and Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg, the faction says it hopes they “suffer painful revenge”, proclaiming “Oh, Allah, destroy them”. Threats have also been issued against Foreign Minister Jonas Gahr Støre

Moreover, the video shows dramatic pictures of suffering Afghan children and coffins of fallen Norwegian soldiers, with text, “Revenge verily comes from Allah! That’s what is approaching!” According to NRK, the footage also contains dramatic music.

Whilst it is not clear whether members of the group calling themselves ‘Demonstration: Norwegian troops out of Afghanistan’ posted the video, police and the Norwegian Parliament’s administration have granted them permission to hold a demonstration in front of the building on 20th January.

Oslo District Police’s Snorre Haugen tells the broadcaster stopping the demonstration will be extremely difficult, as is holding organisers responsible for everything published on a Facebook page.

“Freedom of speech is very strong in Norway.”

NRK believes a small group of 5 to 15 people, who wish to remain anonymous, are behind the demonstration. Arfan Bhatti is the only member of the group who has published his full identity.

Norwegian Institute for Defence Studies’ (ISF) Anders Romarheim finds the video perturbing because of the link between destruction threats and famous Norwegian heads of society.

“I cannot remember I’ve seen this relating to Norway before,” he says.

The video coincides with today’s unveiling of the Police Security Service’s (PST) terror threat assessment for 2012, where director Janne Kristiansen says they still regard extreme Islam as the biggest threat against Norway. PST head of information, Martin Bernsen, will not comment on the footage.

Norway’s Royal Court, Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg, and the PST have been appraised of the video, which ends with a picture of a burning white car with a Norwegian flag on it, accompanied by the sound of a powerful explosion.



Published on Tuesday, 17th January, 2012 at 16:21 under the news category, by Michael Sandelson   .

This post has the following tags: muslimextremistsnorway, videothreatcrownprincehaakon, jensstoltenbergvideothreat, norwegiansoldiersafghanistan.





  
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