Anti-Israel Professor Suggests Link Between Norway Massacre and Mossad
Professor Johan Galtung, a Norwegian sociologist with a history of anti-Semitic and anti-Israel remarks, has suggested a possible connection between Norwegian mass murderer Anders Behring Breivik and the Israeli spy agency Mossad, Israel Hayom reported.
Galtung, 82, is a founder of the international Institute of Peace Research in Oslo.
According to reports, he believes Breivik chose July 22, 2011, to carry out the bombing of a government building in Oslo that killed eight people and the subsequent shooting attack at a youth camp in Utoya that left 69 people dead because it was the same date on which Jerusalem was liberated by the Templars in 1099. He said that on the same date in 1946, “Jewish terrorists” from the Irgun bombed the King David Hotel in Jerusalem, and that some of those involved later became Israeli prime ministers. Galtung—who in the past has recommended that people read the forged “Protocols of the Elders of Zion,” added that he thinks the Mossad may have given Breivik his orders.