`Norway shooting incident shows lack of tolerance`
New Delhi: The massacre in Norway has
shocked the world and brought into focus the prejudice, lack
of tolerance and fear psychosis existing in the society, Art
of Living founder Sri Sri Ravi Shankar said on Wednesday.
"Even a few youth with misconception can prove to be
dangerous for the society," he said in a statement.
He emphasised the need for multi-cultural and multi-
religious education across the world.
Seventy-six people died in the Norway shooting
incident on July 22 when Anders Behring Breivik (32),
disguised as a police inspector, fired at a youth camp on
Utoeya island just outside Oslo.
Breivik has been a member of the populist right-wing
Progress Party and Swedish neo-Nazi Internet forum.
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