Anders Breivik & Labour Party
On Sunday, with no precedent in Norwegian history, Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg appointed Hadia Tajik, a 29-year-old Muslim woman, as minister of culture, making Tajik the youngest minister in the Norwegian Cabinet and the first ever Muslim in the Norwegian government. Tajik, of Pakistani origin, anounced that her programme will focus on cultural diversity as part of the Norwegian people's daily lives and how this reflects on Norweigan society as a whole. The programme will delve into the protection of minority rights, whether cultural or racial, including the right of Muslims to wear the veil in public places, among other issues. The new focus, however, will not be unopposed. Most right wing groups are against these policy changes, considering the increase in diversity in society a challenge to European culture. Last year Anders Breivik randomly shot 69 people at a summer camp organised by the Workers' Youth League (AUF) of the Labour Party after blowing up a Norweigan state building. During his trial ...
Happy anniversary, Anders Breivik. He did only two things wrong: wrong Labour Party and wrong country. Otherwise, great performance.
Anders Behring Breivik has admitted killing 77 people, most of them teenagers from the Labour Party, in twin attacks on July 22, 2011.
Witnesses of the massacre carried out by Anders Breivik on the Norwegian island of Utoeya are to testify at his trial for the first time.
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