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'Knight Templar' denies role in Norway attack

The man alleged to have influenced Anders Breivik says mass killing in Norway was "pure evil".

    The man who is alleged to have influenced Anders Breivik through his writings on the "threat of Islamic fundamentalism" says the mass killing in Norway was "pure evil".
     
    Paul Ray, a founding member of the anti-Islam English Defence League, has admitted meeting leaders of Europe's far right groups in Malta, where he now lives.

    But in his first television interview, Ray told Al Jazeera's Alan Fisher that he found it hard to see how his writings could be linked to the massacre.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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