Norwegian Terrorist, Anders Breivik, ridiculed Pope Benedict XVI’s “silly Christian” treatment of Islamic threat
New details are emerging about the socio-politico-religious ideology that motivated mass-murderer Anders Breivik to slaughter upwards of 80 people, most of them teenagers, in last week’s attacks in Oslo and on nearby Utøya Island. Among them are the fact that he had denounced Pope Benedict for his peaceful approach to Islam’s restive and growing presence in the heart of Europe. EWTN reports that:
An extensive online book written by Anders Behring Breivik criticizes Pope Benedict XVI for defending the rights of immigrants, especially Muslims.
In his manifesto, “2083—European Declaration of Independence,” Breivik calls Benedict XVI “God’s Rottweiler,” and accuses him of “embodying elements of the sensible and the silly Christian ways of treating the Islamic threat.
“Although Benedict has stressed the need for ‘reciprocity’ in Christian-Muslim relations and urged Islamic countries to ensure religious rights for Christian migrants, he has also said that Christians should continue welcoming Muslim immigrants with open arms,” Brievik wrote. . . . (continue reading)