On July 22, 2011, Norway was attacked. This is how we fought back.

Via on Jul 26, 2011

This is how a confident, strong, resilient, brave, loving, proud, unbeatable nation responds to terror.

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10 Responses to “On July 22, 2011, Norway was attacked. This is how we fought back.”

  1. elephantjournal says:

    Jennifer Cohen my tears are tears of joy, happiness, and shock

    Ana Maria Sierra I wish we could be this way. It makes me joyful for Norway and sad for U.S.

    elephantjournal.com Well, to be fair, it's a bit harder to hate when the enemy is domestic. And, our sisters and brothers in Norway are providing us a wonderful opportunity to learn. It's never too late. ~ W.

  2. Julie Shanti says:

    ♥ So Beautiful! ♥ Sending Love and prayers to Norway and all the world, ~ Julie

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  4. Rita says:

    what a difference, the way one can respond and react to harm and terror. This is how they stand above and superior to any low act of terror, war, or killing, coming from any side of society. Not paying evil wth evil. Courageous Norway!

  5. rita says:

    any other way of retaliation is giving in to the terrorists and their insane ways and games, playing their games and working to accomplish their goals, which is to diminuish people's faith, courage, liberty, freedoms, love ,and generate panick, and more terror.

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  7. Robert Earls says:

    Maybe People do have a chance,some anyway.

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