100,000 Norwegian muslims think that shooting Jews is OK!

European Freedom Initiative:

Threats against Oslo’s Jewish community now form part of the indictment against Arslan Ubaydullah Maroof Hussain, reports say.

Mr Hussain was arrested, Friday, after writing statements on his Facebook group that left Norwegian Jews feeling targeted.

In his post, the accused wrote comments referring to the incident in 2006 where shots were fired at an Oslo Synagogue.

Researcher Øivind Kopperud does not believe that Ubaydullah Hussain is alone in his views.

He believes the police must view Mr Hussain’s comments as a wake-up call.

“They must listen to the perceived threat related by the Jewish Community representative. It is extremely important that police take the threats seriously, this cannot be dismissed,” Mr Kopperud told Vårt Land.

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  1. OT – Celebratory gunfire at Saudi wedding cuts cable, 23 electrocuted + 30 wounded

    RIYADH – Wed Oct 31, 2012

    (Reuters) – Celebratory gunfire at a wedding party in eastern Saudi Arabia on Tuesday night brought down an electric cable, killing 23 people, a local civil defense official said.

    “At the wedding, the cable fell on a metal door and the 23 people who died were all electrocuted,” Eastern Province official Abdullah Khashman said by phone.

    A photograph of the aftermath of the accident, published on local newspapers’ websites showed a large courtyard strewn with fallen chairs and a pole in the middle supporting cables carrying lightbulbs.

    All those killed were from the same tribe, Khashman said. 30 others were injured in the incident near Abqaiq, a center of the Saudi energy industry.

    Saudi Arabia banned the shooting of firearms at weddings, a popular tradition in tribal areas of the conservative Islamic kingdom, last month.

    Eastern Province governor Prince Mohammed bin Fahd ordered an investigation into the incident, the official Saudi Press Agency reported.


  2. OT – Turkey police crack down on Kurds

    Istanbul, Turkey (CNN) — About 200 Kurdish demonstrators marched up a narrow Istanbul street behind a large banner that said “political prisoners are our pride, we will not stay silent over the deaths in prison.”

    The group’s organizers were expecting trouble. They were marching on Tuesday without a government permit.

    Barely 200 yards up the road, the crowd encountered a squad of armored Turkish riot police and a big police vehicle blocking the road.

    Without any verbal warning, the vehicle lurched forward and unleashed its water cannon on the crowd. The demonstrators huddled behind their banner for a moment, until riot police unleashed a volley of tear gas canisters into the crowd.

    As stinging, acrid smoke engulfed the neighborhood, the middle-aged Kurdish demonstrators quickly gave way to masked youths hurling stones and fireworks at the police.

    Tuesday marked the second time in two days Turkish riot police used force against unsanctioned gatherings of political groups challenging the government.




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