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Canada Ten years later, Norway commemorates the worst attack on his post-war story

08:30  22 july  2021
08:30  22 july  2021 Source:   lepoint.fr

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  Dix ans après, la Norvège commémore la pire attaque de son histoire d'après-guerre © provided by the point

M illegal of silence, chime, speech of the king ... Norway commemorates this Thursday one of the episodes More painful in its history, the double attack perpetrated ten years ago by Neo-Nazi Anders Behring Breivik who had killed 77 innocent.

peaceful and prosperous nation, the Scandinavian kingdom had been relatively spared by extremist violence until July 22, 2011 when Breivik commits the most bloody attack on his post-war.

That day, the 32-year-old extremist disguised as a policeman, first explodes a bomb near the Headquarters of the Government in Oslo, killing eight people, then opens fire on a gathering of Labor Youth (AUF) on the fire. Isle of Utøya, making 69 other victims. Teenagers for the most part.

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"I was 16 years old and I hesitated to know what burst to give me so much there was in two weeks," recalls Astrid Eide Hoem, a survivor became since Auf Chaffe.

"it's a double pain from losing friends at a time when we were 16 - I had never lost a close before-- but also today, past twenties, when I think about what They would have become, the job they might have had, the children, if they would be married, "she says.

Multiple ceremonies are planned in memory of the 77 victims: grateing at the government headquarters in the morning, commemorative masses, new tribute on Utøya in the afternoon ...

In addition to the members of the royal family and the government, the boss NATO, Jens Stoltenberg, is expected. Shortly after the attacks that occurred under his mandate, the former Labor Prime Minister had marked the spirits promising to respond with "more democracy" and "more humanity".

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A MIDI (10:00 GMT), all the bells of the country will sound and the day will be concluded by a concert punctuated with a discourse of King Harald.

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Ten years After fled Breivik's bullets, many of Utøya's survivors believe that Norway has still not done the trial of the extreme right ideology that animated it.


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sentenced in 2012 to 21 years in prison, sentence likely to be prolonged Indefinitely, the extremist will probably spend the rest of his days behind the bars.

But he made emulators: his shadow places on several attacks, including those targeting Christchurch mosques (New Zealand).

"The extreme right ideas that inspired the attack are always a driving force for the right extremists at the national and international levels, and inspired several terrorist attacks over the last ten years", warned the services Norwegian intelligence (PST) this week.

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Criticized for its unparent in 2011, the Norwegian police were exceptionally armed, the time for commemorations.

Tuesday, two days only before the birthday, a memorial in tribute to the first fatal victim of a racist act in Norway, Benjamin Hermansen, killed by neo-Nazis in 2001, was vandalized with the inscription "Breivik had raison".

The Conservative Prime Minister Erna Solberg, said "burial and furious".

Disappointing the hopes that it is ready for the 10th anniversary, the National Memorial for the Victims of Brevik, on the bank of Lake Tyrifjorden where Baths Utøya, is, he still not finished. Covid fault but also to repeated disputes with the neighborhood.

Sequelasses

Despite the passage of time, the wounds remain gaping.

According to a recently published study by the National Stress Center and Traumatic Violence (NKVTS), one-third of Utøya's survivors were still suffering last year of important disorders: post-traumatic stress, anxiety, depression, headache ...

"We expected some to be still borne," said the research manager, Grete Dyb, "but not as much as that".

"It's clear that when you have lived such a thing, we do not become again the person we were before," says Astrid Eide Hoem. "I have trouble sleeping, I'm scared. And I think I'll have to live with that all my life".

To do not arrange anything, many survivors still receive threats and hate messages.

"I know someone tried to kill me because of my convictions," says one of them, Elin the Strange. "So, if anyday tells me he wants my death, I take it very seriously even if it is not necessarily".

22/07/2021 04:20:03 - Oslo (AFP) - © 2021 AFP

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