Anders Behring Breivik

Six Years Ago A Terrorist Took Aim At My Head, Fired His Gun, And Missed

Bjørn Ihler | Posted 25.07.2017 | UK
Bjørn Ihler

life less ordinary banner In my community I find incredible resilience against violence and those who through terror seek to divide, that resilience is found everywhere. It's found in the coffee shops in the foothills of Galata where life moves on after attacks and attempted coups in Turkey. It's found in the offices and streets of London where friends gathered after the attacks the city has lived through over the last few months, devising plans for what they could do to heal their city. It's found in the cafes, restaurants, nightclubs and concert stages in and around Paris and in the homes and cars that were opened to strangers after the terrible attack in Manchester in May.

Three Years on From Breivik's Massacre, It's Time to Start Taking Survivors Seriously

Vidhya Ramalingam | Posted 21.09.2014 | UK Politics
Vidhya Ramalingam

We now, to a larger and larger extent, see far-right extremists not only taking to the streets and intimidating communities, but entering European parliaments. De-politicising the incident in Norway did not help in stalling this development. This is not an alarmist claim, but an unfortunate reality we as Europeans must face.

Are 100-Year Prison Sentences Really the Answer?

Megan Hughes | Posted 10.03.2014 | UK Universities & Education
Megan Hughes

Last Thursday, David Cameron came out in favour of a "life means life" approach to prison sentences. This seems to be the latest in a stream of exercises in vote poaching, and yet another of the Prime Minister's populist attempts at pandering to widespread right-wing sympathies.

Breivik, Afghanistan and What Academics Are For

Llewelyn Morgan | Posted 22.03.2013 | UK Universities & Education
Llewelyn Morgan

My book was about the Buddhas of Bamiyan, two gigantic statues carved from a cliff face in central Afghanistan, demolished by the Taliban in 2001. I was reading Breivik, among other reasons, because he's very interested in the Hindu Kush, the band of mountains that sweeps across Afghanistan from the North-East to the West: Bamiyan sits in a valley in the heart of those mountains.

Uni Sets Up Centre Dedicated To Studying Facism

PA/The Huffington Post UK | Posted 17.01.2013 | UK Universities & Education

A centre dedicated to studying the extreme far right and anti-Muslim attacks has been established by a university. The Centre for Fascist, Anti-Fas...

WATCH: Horrifying Moment Anders Breivik Sets Off Oslo Car Bomb

The Huffington Post UK | Posted 27.11.2012 | UK

This dramatic video shows the full destructive force of the car bomb set off by Anders Breivik that killed eight people last year in Oslo. Two hour...

'Charlie Hebdo' Exposes Extremist Muslims on Breivik's Path to Justice

Rooksana Hossenally | Posted 20.11.2012 | UK
Rooksana Hossenally

The third media scandal to hit the news in the last few weeks after debate surrounding whether or not photos of Prince Harry photographed naked during...

Anders Behring Breivik not Mentally Ill

Charlotte Fantelli | Posted 29.10.2012 | UK Lifestyle
Charlotte Fantelli

I read the news that Anders Behring Brevik has been declared 'sane', with a sense of relief for those who will now see the man punished for the despicable crimes, which he committed with malice and prior forethought. I also had a sense of triumph for those fighting the stigma and misunderstandings surrounding mental illness.

Was the Norwegian Court right in finding Anders Breivik responsible for his actions?

Dr Raj Persaud | Posted 24.10.2012 | UK
Dr Raj Persaud

The court has decided unanimously that Anders Breivik was sane at the time he committed his heinous offences. It is a verdict which may come to be seen as a turning point in the history of how much we hold ourselves, and others, responsible for actions.

"It Is Absolutely Amazing And Feels Very Fair": Norway Reacts To Breivik Verdict

The Huffington Post UK | Jessica Elgot | Posted 24.08.2012 | UK

Family and friends of the victims murdered by Anders Breivik after he planted a bomb in central Oslo and went on a shooting spree on an island holiday...

Anders Breivik: Killer Was Sane When He Killed 77 People On Utoya And Oslo (PICTURES)

The Huffington Post UK | Jessica Elgot | Posted 24.08.2012 | UK

Mass murderer Anders Breivik was sane when he went on a bloody rampage on the island of Utoya, killing 69 people including tens of teenagers, shortly ...

Far Right Violence: More Needs to be Done

Matthew Goodwin | Posted 20.10.2012 | UK Politics
Matthew Goodwin

If the past year has taught us anything, it is that we need to do more to understand and counter far right violence.

Breivik Trial: Killer 'Claimed He Was Metrosexual Like David Beckham

The Huffington Post UK | Ted Thornhill | Posted 29.05.2012 | UK

Four former close friends of killer Anders Breivik took to the stand today, with one claiming that the killer once boasted that he was "metrosexual li...

Is it Possible for a Sane Person to Commit Mass Murder?

Dr Jane Anderson | Posted 06.07.2012 | UK
Dr Jane Anderson

What might the man (or woman) on the Clapham omnibus make of the case of Anders Behring Breivik, currently on trial for the killing of 77 people in Oslo and Utøya in July 2011?

Norwegian World Champion Swimmer Dies Suddenly

The Huffington Post UK | Samuel Luckhurst | Posted 01.05.2012 | UK Sport

Norway's world swimming champion Alexander Dale Oen has died in the US after suffering a cardiac arrest. The Norwegian Swimming Federation confirme...

Norwegian Mass Killer Face to Face With Survivors Of Massacre

The Huffington Post UK | Posted 25.04.2012 | UK

Anders Behring Breivik has come face-to-face with survivors of the two attacks he carried out last year in Norway that killed 77 people and left many ...

Method in the Madness: The Political Psyche of Anders Berhing Breivik

Tony Mckenna | Posted 23.06.2012 | UK Politics
Tony Mckenna

In the aftermath of the Norwegian atrocity one question was posed over and over - was Anders Breivik mentally ill? A good few people have claimed th...

Has the Trial of Anders Breivik Produced Enough Evidence to Now Make a Diagnosis?

Dr Raj Persaud | Posted 22.06.2012 | UK
Dr Raj Persaud

Anders Breivik has been relating a harrowing account of the events surrounding the massacre of 77 innocent victims in Norway, but the testimony to date has, perhaps surprisingly given its raw detail, not really yet resolved any of the questions as to his motivation or mental state.

Five Days With the 'Perfect Knight'

Matt Carr | Posted 20.06.2012 | UK Politics
Matt Carr

After the last five days, many people will probably have had about as much as they can stomach of Anders Behring Breivik.

A Tale of Two Televised Courtrooms

Simon Bucks | Posted 18.06.2012 | UK
Simon Bucks

It is an interesting coincidence that in the week the world has been gripped by the televised trial of the self-confessed Norwegian mass killer, Anders Behring Breivik, Britain also had a taste of how justice can be seen to be done via TV.

Survivor Faces Anders Breivik For First Time

PA | Posted 17.04.2012 | UK

A survivor of the Utoya massacre that left 69 people dead has described coming face to face with killer Anders Behring Breivik for the first time sinc...

Why Warcraft is Peaceful

Rollo Ross | Posted 16.06.2012 | UK Tech
Rollo Ross

Today at the trial of Anders Behring Breivik, it was suggested by the prosecution that the Norwegian killer was influenced in his psychotic fantasy by playing "World of Warcraft" -the most famous MMORPG (Massively Multiplayer Online Role Playing Game).

Norwegian Massacre Man Breivik Diagnosed With Paranoid Schizophrenia. Is This Reasonable? What Does the Voice of the Internet Say?

Dr. Sohom Das | Posted 12.02.2012 | UK Lifestyle
Dr. Sohom Das

If I was Breivik's doctor (which I'm not), I would want to at least attempt to rehabilitate him. If I was a relative of one of his victims (which I'm even more not), I would want him to suffer. Thinking about it now, I don't know which is right. Neither? Both?

Norway attacks and biases in judgement

George Chondrakis | Posted 11.10.2011 | UK Politics
George Chondrakis

Norway witnessed an unprecedented tragedy on 22 July. Anders Behring Breivik's actions demonstrated in a vivid manner how human insanity, propelled by...

Norway Remembers Victims, One Week After Massacre

Olivia Williams | Posted 28.09.2011 | UK

The first funerals for victims of the massacres in Norway were held on Friday. It was a week after 77 people were killed in Oslo and on Utoeya Island,...