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Norway sentences Breivik to 21 years in prison

Anders Behring Breivik, the Norway shooter, was today declared sane and sentenced to a minimum 21 years in isolated confinement.

Humanists and atheists to hold World Congress in Oslo; Terrorist attacks add new significance to topic of peace

Despite damage from the recent bombing in Norway, secular activists from more than 50 countries will meet in Oslo, August 12 to 14, to discuss how to build a more peaceful world. The International Humanist and Ethical Union’s (IHEU) Eighteenth World Congress, on the theme of “Humanism and Peace” (www.human.no/oslo2011), will meet at the Oslo Congress Centre, damaged by the July 22 bombing, with events also at the home of the Nobel Peace Prize ceremony.

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Following the deadly attacks in Norway, anti-Muslim bloggers immediately tried to distance themselves from right-wing anti-Muslim terrorist Anders Breivik.But now some of these anti-Muslim activists are beginning to vilify the participants in the progressive youth summit near Oslo where scores were killed.

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WorldNetDaily columnist David Solway believes that progressives are the ones that really should be held responsible for the terrorist attacks in Norway…which targeted progressives. Like the American Family Association’s Bryan Fischer, who …

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Norway’s sorrow: Why is it so hard for the religious right to denounce evil?

Kurt Ostrow, Americans United intern, asks why the Christian Right can’t simply condemn the evil actions of Anders Behring Breivik.

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On behalf of Humanists and other secular people across Europe and the rest of the world, the International Humanist and Ethical Union (IHEU) and the European Humanist Federation (EHF) express their profound sorrow at the mass murders in Norway.

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Pamela Geller of Stop Islamization of America, like other anti-Muslim bloggers, now believes that she is the real victims of the deadly terrorist attacks in Norway targeted at progressives for supporting a multicultural society. Geller, who was frequen…

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Anti-Jihadists’ missed opportunity

In Anders Behring Breivik, the anti-jihadist movement had an opportunity to prove their point. Instead, they chose to declare themselves innocent, thus setting their own movement back farther than Breivik ever could.

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Breivik’s terrorism and science

The connection between the Norwegian terrorism and science may not be immediately obvious. And I don’t refer here to the chemistry of his bomb manufacture (which he relates at length in his compendium).

No, I refer to his attitude towards science as demonstrated by the little tirade in the compendium about climate change.

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American right wing declares selves the real victims of Norway terrorist

Ranging from the predictable — crying that their diatribes played no role in Breivik’s ideology — to the bizarre — accusing the Labour Party of Norway of executing their own in a false-flag operation — the American right wing is grasping at straws attempting to distance itself from Christian Dominionist terrorist Anders Behring Breivik.

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