Islamists are mobilizing against Soldiers of Odin

 
Islamists are mobilizing against Soldiers of Odin
Persons linked to Islamist groups in Oslo say that they have formed a group called "Soldiers of Allah".

Via a central source in the Islamist environment, the Norwegian newspaper VG has received a statement, and photographs of the planned uniform.

The group has been named "Jundullaah" - which translates to "Soldiers of Allah".

"In response to the group of unbelievers in Soldiers of Odin, who are patrolling the streets, we Muslims have chosen to create a group to patrol the streets, initially in the capital Oslo, to forbid evil and call for the good," says the statement.

The planned "uniform", is decorated with the black flag of the terrorist organization Islamic State (IS) on the back, with a small logo on the chest.

On Tuesday, Labour's Muslim deputy chairman, Hadia Tajik, said that the Soldiers of Odin defy Norway's rules on private security businesses and she tried to illustrate the problem as follows:

- It is as if the Islamists would be the uniformed ones, take to the streets and call themselves guards or vigilantes. It is very undesirable and unfortunate for our country, devastating, said Tajik.

Now it's exactly what is about to happen.

Great tip, Tajik.

The information that Islamists in Oslo are in the process of establishing a group, is also confirmed by the temporary spokesman of the Prophet's ummah who calls himself "Abu Arijon." He said that the plan is to start in Oslo, then Drammen and Tønsberg.

Many of the people in "Soldiers of Allah" come from the environment around the Islamist group the Prophet's Ummah, where spokesman Ubaydullah Hussain currently is in custody and charged with recruiting for IS.

"Soldiers of Allah" inform in the statement themselves, that almost everyone in the group is on the "Watch List" of the Police Security Service (PST).

- Is PST aware of the group "Soldiers of Allah" planning to patrol in Oslo?

- We can not comment on individuals or individual groups, says senior adviser in PST, Siv Alsén, to VG.

So there it is. Regular street battles could soon be a reality in Norway. Soldiers of Odin against Soldiers of Allah, with the police in between. However, it will most likely not be started by the Soldiers of Odin, but the rabid Islamists in the soldiers of Allah. And then, even though the Soldiers of Odin claim to be a peaceful group, the Viking has clearly awaken - illustrated by the logo on the back. And being attacked by Islamists, they will have no other choice than to go berserk again, after a thousand years in hibernation.

Good luck to the police fixing this escalating problem.

Related: Soldiers of Odin are not exactly altar boys

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Islamists are mobilizing against Soldiers of Odin

 
Islamists are mobilizing against Soldiers of Odin
Persons linked to Islamist groups in Oslo say that they have formed a group called "Soldiers of Allah".

Via a central source in the Islamist environment, the Norwegian newspaper VG has received a statement, and photographs of the planned uniform.

The group has been named "Jundullaah" - which translates to "Soldiers of Allah".

"In response to the group of unbelievers in Soldiers of Odin, who are patrolling the streets, we Muslims have chosen to create a group to patrol the streets, initially in the capital Oslo, to forbid evil and call for the good," says the statement.

The planned "uniform", is decorated with the black flag of the terrorist organization Islamic State (IS) on the back, with a small logo on the chest.

On Tuesday, Labour's Muslim deputy chairman, Hadia Tajik, said that the Soldiers of Odin defy Norway's rules on private security businesses and she tried to illustrate the problem as follows:

- It is as if the Islamists would be the uniformed ones, take to the streets and call themselves guards or vigilantes. It is very undesirable and unfortunate for our country, devastating, said Tajik.

Now it's exactly what is about to happen.

Great tip, Tajik.

The information that Islamists in Oslo are in the process of establishing a group, is also confirmed by the temporary spokesman of the Prophet's ummah who calls himself "Abu Arijon." He said that the plan is to start in Oslo, then Drammen and Tønsberg.

Many of the people in "Soldiers of Allah" come from the environment around the Islamist group the Prophet's Ummah, where spokesman Ubaydullah Hussain currently is in custody and charged with recruiting for IS.

"Soldiers of Allah" inform in the statement themselves, that almost everyone in the group is on the "Watch List" of the Police Security Service (PST).

- Is PST aware of the group "Soldiers of Allah" planning to patrol in Oslo?

- We can not comment on individuals or individual groups, says senior adviser in PST, Siv Alsén, to VG.

So there it is. Regular street battles could soon be a reality in Norway. Soldiers of Odin against Soldiers of Allah, with the police in between. However, it will most likely not be started by the Soldiers of Odin, but the rabid Islamists in the soldiers of Allah. And then, even though the Soldiers of Odin claim to be a peaceful group, the Viking has clearly awaken - illustrated by the logo on the back. And being attacked by Islamists, they will have no other choice than to go berserk again, after a thousand years in hibernation.

Good luck to the police fixing this escalating problem.

Related: Soldiers of Odin are not exactly altar boys

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