According to the Human Rights Service in Norway, the district of Økern in Norway's capital Oslo is about to be further developed, including a huge commercial center. The center will contain everything from swimming pools, cinemas, hotels and apartments, in addition to all sorts of shops.
The mega center, which will be completed in 2020, has already been named. This is not a bad joke. It is the well-intentioned, capitulating goodness-regime in its unrestricted form. The center will in fact be named Noor.
Noor is a bluish light that Muhammad apparently was surrounded by. The center will reflect the diversity of Oslo and multiculturalism, according to the owners.
It was obviously not a Hindu word or a name related to Buddhism to reflect multiculturalism. And in any case not a word picked from Christianity. But Noor. As also the mosque in Tromsø is inspired by. Alnor.
- Noor is the name of the new trade center. It's a name we have chosen, not because Økern isn't good enough. It is both ancient and good, but we believe Noor will better say something about where in Oslo we are located, it is easy to pronounce in many languages - which fits a cosmopolitan city, and even better signals what we want to build, says Project Director Thomas Holth, to Aftenposten.
There is an ongoing dismantling of Norwegian culture, and it starts with accepting Islamic culture as equal to the Norwegian, and of course by replacing Norwegian names with Islamic ones. All in the name of multiculturalism and political correctness.
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