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Isolation can't protect against terror
"Isolation can't protect against terror"

"the Extremists' worldview don't belong anywhere."

"Aftonbladet's leader board is the independent social democrat."

"the Church in Christchurch couldn't have occurred further away from Sweden. New Zealand is literally on the other side of the globe. The flight from Stockholm to Wellington takes more than a day, easy trip."

"Yet the scenes which yesterday was broadcast across the world, from the Masjid al-Noor mosque in Christchurch so uncomfortably familiar. We recognize them from the massacre on Utøya, from the concert hall, the Bataclan in Paris and from the Drottninggatan shopping street in Stockholm."

"the Terrorist struck during Friday prayers. People gathered to practise their faith found themselves under attack. In a few minutes miss out 49 people. At least as many were injured."

"Australian offender"

"One of the killers is said to be a 28-year-old australian citizen who calls himself Brenton Tarrant. Just as Anders Behring Breivik, he has written a manifesto in which he argues that yesterday's murder in any unreasonable way would be a retaliation for what happened on Drottninggatan shopping street in Stockholm for almost two years ago. The killer pays tribute to in addition Behring Breivik."

"At the side of the grief of yet more lost lives, we must draw two conclusions after what happened yesterday."

"the first is that The terrorists have something fundamental in common, no matter what their ideological argument is. The killer in Christchurch claimed that he struck back, including against Rakhmat Akilov. Yet their worldview in many ways the same. Just as the IS-terrorists imagines far-right extremists a world without gray areas, meetings or change. They are right to terrorize, with the goal to create a fear that makes the modern multicultural society is impossible."

"the Terrorists 'worldview"

"It would be a victory for the terrorist, regardless if he calls himself Behring Breivik, Akilov or Brenton Tarrant, and a loss for us all.nPremiärminister Jacinda Ardern said yesterday that the terrorists ' world view does not belong in New Zealand, or anywhere in the world."

"second, we are reminded of is that the fight for the open society is a global one. Closed borders and long distance provides us no guarantees against terror, regardless of the ideological fallacy it is performed."

"the Police concluded this week that the extremist subcultures continues to grow in Sweden. This applies not least to far-right extremism, the police usually call the white power environment. It is the same political swamp that created yesterday's mass murder."

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