we are not responding, we are acting - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Anne Schjelderup
    • 02.08.11 | 00:06 (IDT)

    Thank you for support, you are quite right, we are not in denial, we are acting. Breivik was one of us, though he believes he is in a war against us, as unfortunately quite some Nationalists and Christian fundamentalists believe they are. We respond by doing the opposite of what the terrorist wanted. He wanted us to fear. We take our city back, we care for each other and trust. He wanted us to be suspicious. We respond by being more tolerant. He wanted us to be more closed. We respond by being more open. He wanted less democracy. We respond by involving ourself in democracy. He wanted us to hate. We love. In the end, you see, we won. We have a warmer society, with more room for different opinions. He managed to kill some of us, but he will never manage to control us! Peace and love from Oslo Let this inspire you all! http://video214.com/play/QtH2WWyF4NMJCyUH1S1oxg/s/dark

    from the article: Norway's ambassador tells Haaretz: More restrictive societies not an answer to terror
    First published 02:19 29.07.11 | Last updated 02:19 29.07.11
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