Conflict in Norway appears likely following the formation of a group by Islamists called Jundullaah, or Soldiers of Allah, in response to patrols by the Soldiers of Odin.
The Norwegian newspaper The Local reports Jundullaah was formed by individuals connected to the Islamist scene in Oslo.
The Soldiers of Odin is an international street patrol group founded in Finland in October 2015 in response to an almost ten-fold increase of migrants to the Northern European country in the wake of the so-called refugee crisis of 2015. The group has chapters in Finland, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Poland, Germany, Estonia, Hungary, Britain and the United States.
“In response to the infidel group Soldiers of Odin patrols, we Muslims have chosen to create a group that will patrol the streets, first in Oslo, to prevent evil and encourage the good,” a member of Jundullaah told the newspaper.
According to the Norwegian website Speisa the formation of Jundullaah was confirmed by Abu Arijon, a Muslim cleric. He said the group will begin patrolling streets in Oslo, Drammen and Tønsberg.
Members of Jundullaah, according to Speisa, are on a watch list kept by Norway’s Police Security Service, although this was not confirmed by the police agency.
“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… And being attacked by Islamists, they will have no other choice than to go berserk again, after a thousand years in hibernation,” the website reports.