Author(s): Ali AKDO?AN, Musa GEL?C?
An act of terrorism by Anders Behring Breivik, nicknamed “the lonely wolf”, was carried out with an anti-multiculturalism manifesto in Norway on July 22, 2011; and Breivik’s call for an organization that was initiated online came to life. The innocent face of the radical right-wing and anti-Islamic circles, which began to idolize Breivik, resulted in attacks and massacres in Baeurum Mosque in New Zealand and Oslo over the years; and in this way, the dirty face of the Internet universe of radical anti-Islamic online groups was revealed, and began to be discussed. In the present study, we will try to understand the world that followed and idolized the anti-Islamic and antimulticultural terror massacre carried out by far-right and nationalist Breivik in Norway, which is considered as the leading European country for human rights and freedom. We will discuss similar and different aspects of all these three acts of terrorism. Right at this point, we will also evaluate Breivik’s massacre, the purpose, and the world of web personalities, who idolize him and who are eager for similar massacres in different geographical areas of the world, through their manifestos.