Aslak Sira Myhre, The Guardian | July 27, 2011
When terror struck Oslo on July 22, many immediately suspected the Islamic world. ++ But this attack, like most before it on Norwegian soil, came from a white Nordic man on the far right: “not a Muslim, but a Muslim hater.” ++ Indeed, the killer is a mad man. But his madness overshadows the racist political motivations that led to this heinous act. ++ With a disturbing trend of right-wing Islamophobia spreading across Europe, we must use this incident to raise awareness of intolerance and hatred to avoid similar tragedies in the future.