Saturday, July 23, 2011

TRAGEDI DI NORWAY,TIADA KAITAN DENGAN PUAK PELAMPAU ISLAM

23/07/2011-04:39pm
Harap2 dunia tidak menyalahkan semua pada puak berkaitan dengan muslim...

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Terungkap, Pelaku Serangan Teror di Norwegia


Menurut polisi, pelaku tidak memiliki hubungan dengan jaringan ekstremis Islam.

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SABTU, 23 JULI 2011, 10:40 WIB


Terkini : Kes Serangan Berkembar Di norway

VIVAnews - Pasukan SWAT Norwegia menyerbu pulau Utoya dan berhasil menangkap tersangka penembakan dan pengeboman di Oslo yang menewaskan 87 orang. Tersangka diduga adalah teroris dalam negeri yang tidak punya hubungan sama sekali dengan jaringan militan Islam.

Menurut kantor berita Associated Press, Sabtu, 23 Juli 2011, polisi belum merilis nama pelaku. Namun stasiun televisi Norwegia NRKmenyebutkan pelaku bernama Anders Behring Breivik, 32 tahun. Polisi menduga lelaki berambut pirang ini beraksi sendiri dalam penyerangan tersebut.

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"Sepertinya pelaku sama sekali tidak memiliki hubungan dengan jaringan terorisme internasional." ujar sumber kepolisian yang tidak ingin disebutkan namanya.


"Tidak ada hubungannya dengan militan Islam. Ini pekerjaan orang gila," lanjut sumber. Dia mengatakan pelaku juga tidak memiliki catatan kriminal berat. Hingga saat ini, belum ada pernyataan resmi dari polisi.


Juru bicara polisi nasional Norwegia, Sveinung Sponheim, mengatakan tersangka mengenakan sweater dengan lambang polisi ketika melakukan aksinya di pulau Utoya, 30 km dari Oslo. "Dia bukanlah polisi dan tidak pernah jadi polisi," ujar Sponheim.
Selidiki Motif
Saat ini polisi masih tengah menginterogasi tersangka. Belum jelas motif serangan yang dilakukannya. Namun, serangan dilakukan di dua tempat yang memiliki hubungan dengan partai berkuasa, Partai Buruh.


Menurut sumber, tersangka menggunakan senapan mesin dan pistol ketika membantai para pemuda di kamp Partai buruh di pulau Utoya. Ditemukan juga sebuah bom yang tidak meledak di pulau ini. Serangan di pulau ini terjadi dua jam setelah peledakan di depan kantor pemerintah di Oslo.


Sebanyak 80 orang tewas tertembak oleh pelaku. Sementara, korban peledakan di Oslo sedikitnya tujuh orang. Belasan lainnya dilaporkan terluka, 10 di antaranya luka parah. (ren)
• VIVAnews
Source:http://us.dunia.vivanews.com/news/read/235279-87-tewas-dalam-aksi-teroris-di-norwegia
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Oslo, Norway Bombing Linked To Ut√łya Shooting, Police Say


OSLO, Norway (AP/The Huffington Post) -- A Norwegian who dressed as a police officer to gun down summer campers killed at least 80 people at an island retreat, horrified police said early Saturday. It took investigators several hours to begin the realize the full scope of Friday's massacre, which followed an explosion in nearby Oslo that killed seven and that police say was set off by the same suspect.
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The mass shootings are among the worst in history. With the blast outside the prime minister's office, they formed the deadliest day of terror in Western Europe since the 2004 Madrid train bombings killed 191.
Police initially said about 10 were killed at the forested camp on the island of Utoya, but some survivors said they thought the toll was much higher. Police director Oystein Maeland told reporters early Saturday they had discovered many more victims.
"It's taken time to search the area. What we know now is that we can say that there are at least 80 killed at Utoya," Maeland said. "It goes without saying that this gives dimensions to this incident that are exceptional."
Maeland said the death toll could rise even more. He said others were severely injured, but police didn't know how many were hurt.
A suspect in the shootings and the Oslo explosion was arrested. Though police did not release his name, Norwegian national broadcaster NRK identified him as 32-year-old Anders Behring Breivik and said police searched his Oslo apartment overnight. NRK and other Norwegian media posted pictures of the blond, blue-eyed Norwegian.
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http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/07/22/oslo-norway-bombing_n_907319.htmlToday 5:21 AM What We Know 

About The Oslo Attacks
1. A bomb went off after 3:00 p.m. Oslo time (around 10:00 a.m. ET). The bomb exploded near a number of government buildings and damaged large parts of downtown Oslo. As of 11 p.m. Oslo Time (5 p.m. ET) Seven people have been confirmed killed in the explosion.
2. About two hours later a gunman dressed as a police officer opened fire on a political youth camp on the island of Utoya about an hours drive from Oslo. The camp was organized by the youth arm of the Norwegian Labour party. There were reportedly more than 500 campers on the island. Police say that around 10 teens have been killed in the incident.
3. A lone suspect was apprehended by police late on Friday on Utoya. His nationality is Norwegian. According to eyewitnesses a man dressed as a police officer was spotted in a van minutes before the explosion occured in downtown Oslo. Police say the shooter arrested on Utoya is linked to the earlier bombing.
4. Despite initial reports and speculation no radical Muslim group has claimed responsibility for the attacks. There was speculation that the attack may have been orchestrated by Muslims due to the country's involvement in Afghanistan and its prosecution of a radical Kurdish Mullah.
5. Norwegian Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg has said that parts of the Norwegian government will have to relocate elsewhere in Oslo due to damage to buildings but that the government will function normally.
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Survivor: Gunman screams 'we all shall die' during shooting spree
July 23, 2011
Oslo, Norway (CNN) -- A young man who survived a gunman's two-hour rampage on Norway's Utoya Island says he is alive because he played dead, grabbing on to bodies around him, an account that came as authorities on Saturday raised the death toll from the attack a day earlier to 84.
Adrian Pracon's account provided the clearest detail to date of Friday's shooting attack at the ruling Labour Party's youth camp that police said left at least 84 dead people. The attack came shortly after an explosion in the Norwegian capital of Olso that killed seven people, raising the combined death toll in both attacks to 91.
"Me and two others were laying down and survived because of the bodies we could hang on to and pretend that we are dead," Pracon told CNN early Saturday by telephone from his hospital room.
"I could feel his breath," said 21-year-old Pracon. "I could hear his boots."
Norwegian television and newspaper reports have identified the suspect in the attacks as 32-year-old Anders Behring Breivik.
Police have not released the identity of the man, telling reporters Saturday they detained a 32-year-old Norwegian man who is being questioned in both the Olso bombing and the shooting attack at the youth camp on Utoya Island, about 20 miles from the Norwegian capital. Police spokesman Are Frykholm told CNN Saturday that authorities are investigating further, based on information provided by the man in custody.
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