As regards the Indo-Israeli connivance to divide the world and to instigate the Christians, some sources suggest that Behring Breivik is pro-Israel. Besides, his message has favoured the "Hindu nationalism (Hindutva)--the anti-Muslim campaign of Hindu terrorist parties like Sangh Parivar, RSS, BJP etc. His manifesto talks liberation of India through the right-wing Indian nationalist forces by driving out the Muslims from India.
It is mentionable that the vast catastrophe in Oslo shows that it is not the work of a single man or even two persons, a number of extremist Christians, Jews and Hindus might be behind this nature of subversive acts.
All the above mentioned developments indicate an interaction between the state terrorism led by the US-supported some western countries or NATO and the group terrorism by the Islamic radicals which has indirectly motivated the fanatic Christians who want to wage the ongoing different war on the pattern of the crusades.
Meanwhile, learning no lesson from the failed war on terror and the terror-attacks in Norway, US President Obama, after withdrawal of troops from Afghanistan, seeks to shift Afghan war to Pakistan as the blame game of the US high officials against Islamabad point outs.
Consequently, apart from some Western leaders, responsibility of Christian extremism can especially be fixed on the ex-President Bush and President Obama who have waged useless battles against the Islamic countries including war on terror on global level. America and Western media are also responsible for this negative phenomenon as they left no stone unturned in equating the acts of Al Qaeda with all the Muslims in one or the other way. Thus they provoked the Christians against the Muslims. It could be judged from the fact that even without investigation, on the first day of the Oslo incident, some American and western media had started propagating that Islamic extremists or Al Qaeda is behind the terror-events. Indo-Israeli lobbies are equally responsible in this regard.
Sajjad Shaukat writes on international affairs and is author of the book: US vs Islamic Militants, Invisible Balance of Power: Dangerous Shift in International Relations