These are two of the three teens that stood up to Anders Brevik. The third gave his life. They went on to save 23 people that day. Few news outlets reported it. The three teens were Muslims.
Anders Breivik, a Norwegian radical Right-wing Christian. killed 77 people and wounded 319. Most of his victims were Christians from the political left. Many of them were teenagers.
The only people who stood up to him were 3 Muslim teenagers who began throwing stones at him. One hit Breivik hard in the head and he finally shot and killed one of the three. The other two, Movsar Zyamaev and Rustam Daudov, fled and went on to save 23 people during the massacre.  When Movsar called his father from his cell phone, his father urged him to be brave, stay and to try and save as many people as he could.
Anders Breivik turned himself in and eventually pleaded insanity but was convicted on terrorism charges and sentenced to 21 years in prison (though there are appeals to keep him in prison for life). Even though he was convicted for terrorism, he is mostly referred to in the media as a “Mass Killer” or “Mass Murderer”. He is almost never referred to as a “terrorist”.
In memory of the unnamed Muslim teen who lost his life defending others.
“Sharia police” does not break the law, German court rules
The group was arrested late 2014 after patrolling streets wearing orange safety jackets with the words “Sharia Police”, as they confronted locals to not enter dancing clubs and bars as well as telling people that they weren’t allowed to drink, smoke and listen to music. In general, enforcing sharia law.
The district court judged that they broke no laws and will not face prosecution. One specific law they would have broken is aimed at banning uniforms with political meaning, but the court ruled that these specific uniforms were not “suggestively militant or intimidating”.
A surprising conclusion to make, if one considers the fact that the leader of this group is one of the most well-known radicalist preachers in Germany, and is currently on trial in a separate case for terrorism-related offenses.
The extremist had his passport seized after pictures surfaced showing him posing with heavy weaponry in Syria. He is suspected of recruiting and radicalizing Muslims to join ISIS.
I seriously wonder how any lgbt person can find fault with this. Like he’s not saying “no muslim can enter america.” He’s SAYING that he doesn’t want people from Muslim run countries, who believe that gay and trans people are worthy of punishment simply for being gay or trans. Like surely that’s a good thing. He doesn’t want you to die. Srsly.
It would be wrong to say that all Muslims are violent jihadists. It would be just as wrong, however, to say that a plurality of Muslims across the world don’t sympathize with Islamic terrorists. Case in point, at tonight’s soccer friendly between Turkey and Greece, Turkish fans booed during the moment of silence held for the victims of the Paris terror attack. Some fans even began shouting “Allahu Akbar.”
NY bombing: -suspect named Ahmad Khan Rahami, 28, considered armed and dangerous. -Ahmad is Afghani and a NJ resident -Bombs were filled with shards of metal, “Designed to create maximum chaos and fatalities.”
NJ bombing: -Five afghans were arrested, sources claimed “heavily armed police arrested five in Arab attire” -Previous sources claim they belong to the same family and were heading for the airport
-Five new pipebombs were found in NJ by locals. One accidentally went off during the bomb squad investigation. -Two other pipe bombs failed to detonate in NJ, the planned attack would have been much bigger if they did
MN stabbing: -ISIS claimed stabbing -Identified as Dahir A. Adan, a Somali man
Police are now investigation a link between the three attacks, and handling it as terrorism, despite officials claiming it wasn’t terrorism and they weren’t linked initially.