Anders Behring Breivik Connection With The Muslim Fulani Tribe & The Boko Haram Muslim Terrorist Group.
Frogner Church Oslo Norway
On Friday, July 22, 2011 Anders Behring Breivik claims to have attended a non-existent Martyrs Mass at the protestant Frogner Church in Oslo.
First - July 22 is the feast day of St Mary Magdalene, it is not a feast day of "Martyrs". So technically there was no Martyrs Mass that day - July 22nd. Now granted Frogner Church is protestant and they may not follow the Liturgical calender of the Roman Catholic Church. So it is possible that the protestant church celebrates a Martyrs Mass on July 22nd. But according to the Frogner Church's Mass schedule - there was no "Mass" that day. So why did ABB claim that he attended his final Martyrs Mass on that day at the protestant Frogner Church in Oslo? Why bother to even mention it? why lie about it? Was it because ABB wanted to give the appearance that he is a "Christian"?
Anyone could have checked the Mass schedule for that day and found out that the Church did not have a Mass. Apparently ABB did not know this fact - simply because ABB never attended Mass at the Frogner Church.
Ok so why does ABB take an interest in the Frogner Church? The Chruch does have a mission project to the Muslims - to the Muslim Fulani Tribe Of Mali. From the Frogner Church's website:
The Frogner church's mission project
Frogner church has for many years had close ties to and contributed to a mission project in Mali as a missionary couple Rigmor and Ingvar Andersen Frøyen has stood for. When these came back to Norway, requested the Norwegian Missionary Society (NMS) of the church would continue to support the project with the new missionaries, which the Parish Council agreed to. This time is not Norwegian missionaries, but with African - from Benin and Nigeria.
The work among the Fulani in Mali started in 1986. Fulani is one of many ethnic groups in Mali. At the same time, they are part of a larger ethnic group that is almost across Africa south of Sahara, much of what is known as the Sahel belt.
There have been several trials of mission among the Fulani in Mali, also of the Catholics, but none have succeeded. It has been considered a very heavy work NMS and cooperative missions undertook. NMS works in the same ethnic group in Cameroon, and it was a Cameroon-missionary who conducted the feasibility study with a view to starting work. Fulani is strongly Islamized, but with certain elements of animism. The people are mainly nomads or semi-nomads. They make up approx. 1.1 million of Mali's about. 10 million inhabitants.
The work has several focal points: Evangelism, radio work, Bible translation and rural development. The latter include many activities such as health, agriculture, efforts for women and the organization of the village's efforts for their own development. Vaccine Rings, fertilizer use, drilling, training of "native women" are examples of activities that have given surprisingly good results. Rural development is unique in that most people are Muslims.
Today it is estimated approximately. 40 baptized Fulani. Someone new is now dåpsopplæring. The New Testament is translated into their language, and they have started on the Old Testament. Radio Efforts began modestly with the local production of the radio. Today, applications are sent out to approx. 25 local radios in a larger area. The programs have knowledge of the subject, health, agriculture, such as themes alongside Christian material - which must be presented with tact. The response is good - and even the careful presentation of the Gospel is perceived.
NMS works with the Evangelical Lutheran Free Church in Norway and the Danish Sudanmissionen in what is called the Evangelical Lutheran Mission in Mali, or Mission Evangélique Luthérienne au Mali (Melmar).
The work is concentrated in areas north and east of the provincial capital of Mopti, with headquarters in the city Sevare, areas in which they work, is largely in the north of the Niger River by the large inland delta (Niger-loop). Besides Sevare work, based on the cities Konz and Douenza.
The employees in the work of evangelization, which is now supported by Frogner church, the words from Benin and Nigeria. It is these two families we have pictures of the church room, Gouda (pronounced Goda) and Idriss. One is Samuel and Dorcas Gouda (pronounced Goda) with four children. Samuel's program manager for radio and his wife Dorcas Gouda is the technician! The radio is Sevare Melmar which has its center, near the provincial capital of Mopti. Gouda has been a staff member in the "Gospel Voice" (local drive for the Lutheran World Federation "Voice of the Gospel") for the NMS in Cameroon. Family Idriss, also with four children, is involved in evangelism and some reading lessons. They live a little east of Sevare. Remember them in prayer! The majority of the women responsible for women's work, and reading training and health education along with evangelism.
Last year they celebrated translation of the New Testament, and we hope that the NT in their own language will lead to inspiration and new impetus in the work.
One of the baptized has received so much training that he was for several years now has worked as an evangelist. One had previously been at a Bible school, and two more have recently completed a course.
There is still some way off that they can create and staff a "local church". But the efforts have borne fruit after 20 years, is the more promising. They work with liturgical texts, order, hymns, etc. parallel with the Bible translation, but given the fulanikirken to come also at the organizational level. The church is where the total effect of the baptized. The recent development of the work is that they have started preparatory work in Bamako, the capital, to try to reach some of the Fulani who live there. The team which consists of missionaries from Norway and a new African family from a neighboring country, he also Fulani.
Is this the connection that ABB has to the Frogner Church? Its Mission to the Muslims? Is this the real reason that ABB mentions the Frogner Church in his manifesto?
It is a fact that the Muslim terrorist group called the Boko Haram of northern Nigeria is made up of members from the Fulani tribe. Anywhere from 20% to 50% of the Boko Haram are from the Fulani tribe. The Boko Haram was founded in 2002. The Frogner Church has been working amongst the Fulani since 1986 - According to the manifesto of ABB he has been traveling extensively to other countries. Did ABB travels take him to Africa? Was ABB exposed to the ways of the Fulanis as a missionary? Did ABB meet up with the newly formed Boko Haram sometime after 2002? And did ABB get his training in weapons and explosives from the Muslim terrorists in Boko Haram? According to some sources: the Fulani religion is largely, if not wholly, Islamic. Islam has been used to justify the holy jihads that brought the northern territories of modern day Nigeria under Fulani leadership. It was not unusual that such political and economic gains would be made for the Fulani empire in the name of Islam. There is no escaping the fact that if one is amongst the Fulani - one is amongst Muslims as well.
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