Norway Confirms Video of Beheading is Genuine

Last week, two Scandinavian girls went on a camping trip to Morocco, when they were attacked, raped and murdered by Islamic terrorists. One of the girls was beheaded, and the terrorists sent her mother a copy of the video so that she could see the gruesome death of her loved one. Officials in Norway are now confirming that the video is real.

28-year-old Maren Ueland from Norway and 24-year-old Louisa Vesterager Jespersen were found dead, and their bodies were flown to Casablanca. The European Union is trying to punish any European country that doesn’t accept Muslim Migrants into their country. As a result, major cities have Muslim areas so dangerous that the police and the fire departments dare not enter.

From The Daily Caller

Norwegian police confirmed Friday that the recently-surfaced video of a female Scandinavian student being beheaded is likely authentic.

The bodies of 28-year-old Maren Ueland from Norway and 24-year-old Louisa Vesterager Jespersen were recovered and flown to Casablanca on Friday, according to Deustche Welle. The two were reportedly killed in Morocco’s Atlas Mountains earlier this week, and video has since emerged online that appears to show one of them screaming as her head is severed with a knife. 

At least one of the alleged perpetrators reportedly has ties to ISIS, reports The Daily Beast.

“There is no concrete evidence indicating the video is not real,” Norway’s National Criminal Investigation Service said.

Thirteen arrests have been made in what is believed to be an act of terror.

Danish Prime Minister Lars Loekke Rasmussen called the killings “politically motivated and thus an act of terror.”

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