Christian Science Monitor reports that the Norwegian terrorist Anders Behring Breivik's 1518-page manifesto mentions that he acquired some 8,000 e-mail addresses of "cultural conservatives" not just across Europe but North America, Australia, South Africa, Armenia, Israel, and India – ensuring scrutiny of anti-Muslim groups far beyond Europe.
Noting that Breivik’s primary goal was to remove Muslims from Europe, the CSM points out that "his manifesto also invited the possibility for cooperation with Jewish groups in Israel, Buddhists in China, and Hindu nationalist groups in India to contain Islam":
"It is essential that the European and Indian resistance movements learn from each other and cooperate as much as possible. Our goals are more or less identical," he wrote
According to the CSM, in his manifesto, Breivik references India dozens of times.
He included a five-page paper written by a man named Shrinandan Vyas that argues the Muslim invaders committed a “genocide” of Hindus in the Hindu Kush region of present-day Afghanistan. Efforts to track down Mr. Vyas have failed.
Read more at the Christian Science Monitor: Norway massacre: Breivik manifesto attempts to woo India's Hindu nationalists
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