BERLIN — Less than a week after the mass killings in
evidence of a shift in the debate over Islam and the radical right in
Europe already appeared to be taking hold on a traumatized Continent.
As the police in Norway and abroad continued to search for potential
accomplices, expressions of outrage over the deaths crossed the
political spectrum. Members of far-right parties in Sweden and Italy
were condemned from within their own ranks for blaming multiculturalism
for the attack. A member of France’s far-right National Front was
suspended for praising the attacker.
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