Terrorism, Norway, Espen Andersen Brathen

Terrorism, Norway

Norway police query bow-and-arrow killer’s Muslim faith | Malay Mail

Norway police query bow-and-arrow killer’s Muslim faith | Malay Mail

16/10/2021 5:42:00 PM

Norway police query bow-and-arrow killer’s Muslim faith | Malay Mail

OSLO, Oct 16 ― Norwegian police today cast doubt on the narrative that the perpetrator of a bow-and-arrow attack that left five people dead was a serious convert to Islam. Police inspector Per Thomas Omholt told reporters the ongoing investigations had reinforced the idea that the suspect, Danish...

channel for the latest updates.OSLO, Oct 16 ― Norwegian police today cast doubt on the narrative that the perpetrator of a bow-and-arrow attack that left five people dead was a serious convert to Islam.Police inspector Per Thomas Omholt told reporters the ongoing investigations had reinforced the idea that the suspect, Danish citizen Espen Andersen Brathen who has admitted the killings, had mental health issues.

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However “the thinking is that he did not take (the conversion) very seriously. By this we mean that he did not follow or practise the traditions that are common in this culture and religion,” the inspector said.Website Nettavisen has published a video Brathen allegedly posted to social media in 2017, in which he issued a “warning” and declared his Muslim faith.

Four women and one man died, and three others were injured on Wednesday during the assault in the south-eastern town of Kongsberg.It was Norway’s deadliest attack in a decade. Brathen, 37, has been detained in a medical facility pending psychiatric evaluation. headtopics.com

“All the indications are that he chose his victims at random” and acted alone, Omholt said, describing Brathen as “not very social”.The police also named the dead: Andrea Meyer, 52, Hanne Merethe Englund, 56, Liv Berit Borge, 75, Gunnar Erling Sauve, 75 and Gun Marith Madsen, 78. 

The three people injured, who have not been identified, have all been released from hospital. ― AFP Read more: Malay Mail »

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True converts to Islam don't go around picking quarrels and fights like what this killer did or like what Malaysia's JAKIM-Pas-Umno-Bersatu-PH converts are doing attacking followers of their former religion or other religions. These fellows are false converts. Rehabilitate them. When the guy admits to be an Islamist but the people around him say he's not a Muslim. What is this?!

Norway court to decide on detention of bow-and-arrow attacker | Malay MailKONGSBERG ( Norway ), Oct 15 ― A Norwegian court will decide today how long a man suspected of killing five people with a bow and arrow and other weapons can initially be held in detention, police said. Espen Andersen Braathen, a 37-year-old Danish citizen who has lived for most of his life in...

Norway police query bow-and-arrow killer's Muslim faith | New Straits TimesNSTworld Norwegian police on Saturday cast doubt on the narrative that the perpetrator of a bow-and-arrow attack that left five people dead was a serious convert to Islam.

Norway bow-and-arrow attack suspect to be held for 4 weeks initiallyKONGSBERG, Norway (Reuters) - The man suspected of killing five people in Norway with a bow and arrow and other weapons earlier this week can be held in custody for an initial four weeks while the probe continues, a court ruled on Friday, according to news agency NTB. Perutusan untuk Ummah - Nabi Muhammad SAW bersabda, 'Sekiranya Islam saya tetap dalam keadaan yang sama maka saya khuatir ia akan binasa'. Mimpi ilahi Muhammad Qasim dari tahun 2015. Saya telah meneliti mimpi Qasim dan saya yakin dia adalah Imam Al-Mahdi.

Norway attacker sent to health services amid mental health doubts | New Straits TimesKONGSBERG: The man who killed five people in a bow-and-arrow attack in Norway this week has been handed over to health services, the prosecution said Friday, fuelling doubts about his mental health.

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Norway police query bow-and-arrow killer's Muslim faith | New Straits TimesNSTworld Norwegian police on Saturday cast doubt on the narrative that the perpetrator of a bow-and-arrow attack that left five people dead was a serious convert to Islam.