terrorism

  • 11 Sep 2011

    The head of the the World Council of Churches, which brings together over 340 major Protestant, Orthodox, Anglican, Peace Church and indigenous Christian communions in conversation with the Roman Catholic Church worldwide, is from Norway - a country which has been exposed to the horror of terrorism recently.

  • 11 Sep 2011

    What are the principal lessons of the ten years of war since the 11 September 2001 attacks? Paul Rogers, professor in the department of peace studies at Bradford University, gives some crisp answers. He has played a prominent role in the Oxford Research Group, has written extensively on related global and regional issues, and his first openDemocracy column was published a few days after 9/11.

  • 30 Jul 2011

    In a letter to the Christian Council of Norway, the World Council of Churches (WCC) has expressed support over the terrible killings last week.

  • 27 Jul 2011

    The Interfaith Network in the UK has urged religious groups to unite against violence and prejudice following the murder of 76 people in Norway last week.

  • 23 Jul 2011

    Oslo Cathedral has become a significant centre of mourning and reflection following the horror of a car bomb attack and mass shooting in Norway.

  • 23 Jul 2011

    Last week few people had heard the name of Anders Behring Breivik. Today he is trending on twitter for all the wrong reasons, along with 'Freemasonry' and 'Christianity'.

  • 23 Jul 2011

    A right-wing Christian extremist, 32-year-old Anders Behring Breivik, has been charged with bomb and gun terror attacks in Norway yesterday.

  • 23 Jul 2011

    Norway has experienced “an unprecedented, horrible level of violence against innocent people,” says the Norwegian head of a world churches' body.

  • 4 May 2011

    The killing of Osama bin Laden has united survivors of the 1998 terrorist attack on the US embassy in Nairobi, Kenya, in a compassionate response.

  • 3 May 2011

    The Salafi-jihadist movement is losing its recruitment pool in the Arab world, says Murad Batal al-Shishani, an Islamic groups and terrorism issues analyst. Al-Qaida and others' latest strategies look elsewhere, and the death of Osama Bin Laden will not affect these plans.