Analysis & Commentary

4th August 2011 - Scripps Howard News Service

Who’s to Blame for Terrorism in Norway?

Clifford D. May

Who deserves the blame for the terrorist attacks in Norway? My answer would be the perpetrator and no one else -- unless it turns out there really is a modern Knights Templar or some other organized movement that sent him on his mission of mass murder.

2nd August 2011 - Syndicated

The John Batchelor Show

The Norway attack and Mubarak trial.

27th July 2011 - Fox News

Fox Live

Does the situation in Norway pose a threat to U.S. national security?

27th July 2011 - AM 770 CHQR - Calgary

The Rob Breakenridge Show

Daveed Gartenstein-Ross

Terrorist attacks in Norway.

26th July 2011 - Faster, Please!

The Myths of Oslo

Michael Ledeen

The more I look at the Oslo massacre, the more I am struck by how archaic it all is. The killer fancies himself a noble defender of a Western world that no longer exists, and has not existed, really, since the First World War destroyed it.

26th July 2011 - Fox News

Fox Live

Daveed Gartenstein-Ross

What led to the Norway terrorist attack?

25th July 2011 - WDEL - Delaware

Delaware’s Afternoon News with Allan Loudel

The attacks in Norway.

24th July 2011 - National Post

Anders Breivik and The Turner Diaries: How a 2011 Norwegian Massacre Echoes a 1978 American Novel

Anders Behring Breivik, the 32-year-old Norwegian man who slaughtered 76 people, is not only a terrorist and a murderer, but also a plagiarist: Sections from his 1,500-page manifesto were copied directly from that of the “Unabomber,” Ted Kaczynski.

24th July 2011 - The Weekly Standard Blog

A ‘Lone Wolf’ Terrorist?

Thomas Joscelyn

American counterterrorism officials have long worried about the possibility of a “lone wolf” jihadist committing a terrorist attack. Such individuals, inspired by ideology alone, can come out of nowhere.

22nd July 2011 - Sun News Network

Daily Brief

Daveed Gartenstein-Ross

The attacks in Norway.

22nd July 2011 - Cited by Stars and Stripes

Updates on the Oslo Bombing

Abu Suleiman al Nasser issued a statement saying the bombing was connected to a Dec. 2010 attack in Stockholm, Sweden, according to The Long War Journal, which received a translation of the statement from the SITE Intelligence Group, which monitors jihadist groups online.

22nd July 2011 - The Weekly Standard Blog

Terror Strikes Norway

Thomas Joscelyn

Just one year ago, authorities in Oslo broke up an al Qaeda-directed bomb plot that originated in northern Pakistan. Good intelligence, including intercepted emails between an al Qaeda planner and the Oslo cell, prevented the plotters from assembling and launching their bomb.

22nd July 2011 - The Long War Journal

Norwegian Police Dismiss Jihadist Role in Oslo Attacks

Thomas Joscelyn, Bill Roggio

Norwegian authorities have reportedly arrested a 32-year-old man named Anders Behring Breivik in connection with Friday's terrorist attack. While his precise motives remain unclear, the police have reportedly dismissed any ties to jihadism.

22nd July 2011 - Bloomberg TV

Taking Stock

Clifford D. May

The attacks in Norway.


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