Islamic Extremists are a huge threat to Norway

January 21, 2012 at 4:24 am | Lanka C News.

Islamic Extremists are a huge threat to Norway
The Norwegian intelligence service say that,the Muslim extremists have caused serious threats to the State of Norway. This was revealed by
Ms Janne Kristiansen, the Chief of Norwegian Intelligence Service.
She has also indicated that,investigations were launched regarding a released video, demanding to kill the Crown Prince of Norway, the Prime Minister, and the Foreign Minister, sources say.

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