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July 24, 2011

Christian man behind terrorist attack in Norway

Contrary to initial suspicion, investigation has revealed that it was a Christian 'terrorist' who was involved in the bomb blast and mass killings in Norway that left nearly 92 persons dead.

The terrorist strikes have shaken this scandinavian country which is known for its peaceful citizens. Soon after the terror strike, most agencies and news reports focused primarily on Islamist groups.

But as investigation progressed, it emerged that a right-wing Christian fanatic who disliked the culture of coexistence and was against the 'invasion' of Norway by immigrants from outside, was responsible for the killings.

Anders Behring Breivik who has reportedly confessed his crime, has told investigators that he single-handedly committed the attacks including the planning of the bomb blast and the firing on the youth camp in Utoya. He disliked the state policty of multicultarism.

What perplexes the police is that the man was so fanatically driven towards his views. He had purchased a huge cache of fertilisers for the bomb blast. Despite his leanings towards the right-wing fringe Christian groups, he was not under observation.

TIH Bureau


July 22, 2011

Tribal terrorist group behind blast in Assam

A tribal group has claimed responsibility for the Improvised Explosive Device (IED) blast that had caused derailment of the train and as a result injury to over 100 passengers in Assam recently.

The APA--Adivasi People's Army--a militant outfit had planted the bomb. Now the CRPF has arrested 16 members of the 292nd battalion of the 'terrorist outfit'.

The bomb had been planted on the track near Bhatkuchi and the explosion had caused derailment of Guwahati-Puri Express train early this month.

Police claim that it was an insurgent group active in Assam along with NDFB, Rabha Viper Army, Bodoland Royal Tigers Force and Karbi People Liberation Tigers (KPLT) among the several other militant organisations in North East that have been giving a tough time to security agencies.

Unlike groups that receive funding from Islamist networks in rest of the country, the APA and other groups active in Assam have mostly Hindu or Tribal cadre. They also have links with the Maoists in the neighbouring states of West Bengal, Jharkhand and Bihar.

TIH Bureau



July 7, 2011

Desecration of Quran leads to anger, violence in Moradabad


Moradabad was on the boil on Wednesday when angry groups of Muslims came on the streets and clashed with the police after reports of desecration of Holy Quran.

A police team had gone to a house where they had allegedly desecrated the Quran. As news spread, hundreds hit the street and fought pitched-battle with the police. The police vehicles were set ablaze.

Senior officials reached the spot but the angry crowd pelted stones. A DIG-level officer was also injured in the clashes. In recent past, Uttar Pradesh police has faced flak for excessive use of force against Dalits and Muslims.

Police denied that there was any desecration but residents insisted that the police party desecrated the holy book. Locals said that the policemen who went to Taslim Ahmed's residence had snatched the holy book which his daughter was reading and thrown the pages.

The road to Sambhal was blocked. Angry protesters set fire to a police chowki (outpost). The firing by policemen further angered the crowd. Nearly half-a-dozen persons were injured but no one had died in the violence.

TIH Bureau

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