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              Prosecutor Svein Holden, left, talks to defense lawyer Geir Lipepstad  in court during the trial of terror charged Anders Behring Breivik in Oslo, Friday, 22 June, 2012. On the last day

    Prosecutor Svein Holden, left, talks to defense lawyer Geir Lipepstad in court during the trial of terror charged Anders Behring Breivik in Oslo, Friday, 22 June, 2012. On the last day

    Posted: 6/22/2012 9:13:33 AM EST
    Prosecutor Svein Holden, left, talks to defense lawyer Geir Lipepstad in court during the trial of terror charged Anders Behring Breivik in Oslo, Friday, 22 June, 2012. On the last day of his trial, Anders Behring Breivik's defense lawyers on Friday tried to cast the confessed mass killer as a political militant motivated by an extreme right-wing ideology rather than a delusional madman who killed 77 people for the sake of killing. (AP Photo/Lise Aserud/pool)
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              Defense lawyer Geir Lipepstad, left, gives his final statement in court during the trial of terror charged Anders Behring Breivik, right, in Oslo, Friday, 22 June, 2012. On the last day

    Defense lawyer Geir Lipepstad, left, gives his final statement in court during the trial of terror charged Anders Behring Breivik, right, in Oslo, Friday, 22 June, 2012. On the last day

    Posted: 6/22/2012 9:13:33 AM EST
    Defense lawyer Geir Lipepstad, left, gives his final statement in court during the trial of terror charged Anders Behring Breivik, right, in Oslo, Friday, 22 June, 2012. On the last day of his trial, Anders Behring Breivik's defense lawyers on Friday tried to cast the confessed mass killer as a political militant motivated by an extreme right-wing ideology rather than a delusional madman who killed 77 people for the sake of killing. (AP Photo/Heiko Junge/pool)
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    Posted: 6/18/2012 3:20:50 PM EST
    Mosab Yousef, son of Hamas founder Sheikh Hassan Yousef speaks during a press conference at the Knesset, Israel's parliament in Jerusalem, Monday, June 18, 2012. As a youth, Mosab Yousef was a member of the Palestinian upper crust, the son of a well-known and respected founder of the Hamas militant group. On Monday, he returned to the region in the most unlikely of homecomings, welcomed by Israel?s parliament as a hero for renouncing the violent ideology of his father?s movement and serving as an undercover Israeli spy for nearly a decade. (AP Photo/Sebastian Scheiner)
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    Posted: 6/18/2012 3:20:50 PM EST
    Mosab Yousef, son of Hamas founder Sheikh Hassan Yousef speaks during an interview with The Associated Press at the Knesset, Israel's parliament in Jerusalem, Monday, June 18, 2012. As a youth, Mosab Yousef was a member of the Palestinian upper crust, the son of a well-known and respected founder of the Hamas militant group. On Monday, he returned to the region in the most unlikely of homecomings, welcomed by Israel?s parliament as a hero for renouncing the violent ideology of his father?s movement and serving as an undercover Israeli spy for nearly a decade. "I was born to be something and I chose for my life something else," he told The Associated Press. (AP Photo/Sebastian Scheiner)
  •  - A car exits Limetree Park in Bonita Springs

    A car exits Limetree Park in Bonita Springs

    Posted: 6/8/2012 2:23:37 PM EST
    A car exits Limetree Park, a 240-unit Gulf Coast mobile home community, in Bonita Springs, Florida, March 23, 2012. The ideology of residents ranges from far left to far right. But all agree on one thing: the importance of a generous federal safety net for seniors. Medicare and Social Security, the massive programs that pay benefits to tens of millions of older Americans, are contentious issues in the 2012 presidential campaign. Seniors want the nation?s sputtering economy to be fixed, but not at their expense. REUTERS/Steve Nesius (UNITED STATES - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS SOCIETY)
  •  - Women residents play shuffleboard at Limetree Park, a 240-unit Gulf Coast mobile home community, in Bonita Springs.

    Women residents play shuffleboard at Limetree Park, a 240-unit Gulf Coast mobile home community, in Bonita Springs.

    Posted: 6/8/2012 2:23:27 PM EST
    Women residents play shuffleboard at Limetree Park, a 240-unit Gulf Coast mobile home community, in Bonita Springs, Florida, March 23, 2012. The ideology of residents ranges from far left to far right. But all agree on one thing: the importance of a generous federal safety net for seniors. Medicare and Social Security, the massive programs that pay benefits to tens of millions of older Americans, are contentious issues in the 2012 presidential campaign. Seniors want the nation?s sputtering economy to be fixed, but not at their expense. REUTERS/Steve Nesius (UNITED STATES - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS SOCIETY)
  •  - Custom license plates adorn a bicycle in Bonita Springs.

    Custom license plates adorn a bicycle in Bonita Springs.

    Posted: 6/8/2012 2:23:18 PM EST
    Custom license plates adorn a bicycle parked near the shuffleboard courts at Limetree Park, a 240-unit Gulf Coast mobile home community, in Bonita Springs, Florida, March 23, 2012. The ideology of residents ranges from far left to far right. But all agree on one thing: the importance of a generous federal safety net for seniors. Medicare and Social Security, the massive programs that pay benefits to tens of millions of older Americans, are contentious issues in the 2012 presidential campaign. Seniors want the nation?s sputtering economy to be fixed, but not at their expense. REUTERS/Steve Nesius (UNITED STATES - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS SOCIETY)
  •  - A street sign marks an intersection In Limetree Park, a 240-unit Gulf Coast mobile home community, in Bonita Springs

    A street sign marks an intersection In Limetree Park, a 240-unit Gulf Coast mobile home community, in Bonita Springs

    Posted: 6/8/2012 2:23:00 PM EST
    A street sign marks an intersection In Limetree Park, a 240-unit Gulf Coast mobile home community, in Bonita Springs, Florida, March 23, 2012. The ideology of residents ranges from far left to far right. But all agree on one thing: the importance of a generous federal safety net for seniors. Medicare and Social Security, the massive programs that pay benefits to tens of millions of older Americans, are contentious issues in the 2012 presidential campaign. Seniors want the nation?s sputtering economy to be fixed, but not at their expense. REUTERS/Steve Nesius (UNITED STATES - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS SOCIETY)
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    Posted: 5/25/2012 6:10:47 PM EST
    LEFTIST CANDIDATE SURGES:Hamdeen Sabahi had a surprise last-minute surge after campaigning on promises to help the poor and harkening back to the nationalist, socialist ideology of Gamel Abdel-Nasser, Egypt's president from 1956 to 1970. He will not go on to the June 16-17 runoff, but his strong performance shows that many voters were looking for an alternative candidate, one not connected to former President Hosni Mubarak or Islamist candidates. Here Sabahi gestures to supporters in Cairo Sunday, May 20, 2012. (AP Photo/Hasan Jamali)
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    Posted: 4/28/2012 10:30:44 AM EST
    FILE- This is a April 23, 2012 file photo showing Mehtab Afsar, leader of the Islamic Council in Norway, in the courthouse in Oslo where he attended the proceedings Anders Behring Breivik. Muslim leaders in Norway say they are concerned that the anti-Islamic ideology of Anders Behring Breivik, the far-right fanatic now on trial for killing 77 people, is being overshadowed by questions about his mental state. (AP Photo/Terje Bendiksby / NTB Scanpix) NORWAY OUT
  •  - Norwegian anti-Muslim fanatic Anders Behring Breivik takes his seat in the courtroom after the afternoon break on the sixth day of his trial in Oslo

    Norwegian anti-Muslim fanatic Anders Behring Breivik takes his seat in the courtroom after the afternoon break on the sixth day of his trial in Oslo

    Posted: 4/23/2012 9:13:10 AM EST
    Norwegian anti-Muslim fanatic Anders Behring Breivik (front, 2nd R) takes his seat in the courtroom after the afternoon break on the sixth day of his trial in Oslo April 23, 2012. Breivik, the man who killed 77 people last summer to protest against Muslim immigration to Europe, said on Monday he believed he could tell the ideology of his prospective massacre victims by looking at them, and tried to spare one who appeared "right-wing". REUTERS/Heiko Junge/NTB Scanpix/Pool (NORWAY - Tags: CRIME LAW)
  •  - Norwegian anti-Muslim fanatic Breivik stands between his defence lawyer Lippestad and a police officer after the afternoon break on the sixth day of his trial in Oslo

    Norwegian anti-Muslim fanatic Breivik stands between his defence lawyer Lippestad and a police officer after the afternoon break on the sixth day of his trial in Oslo

    Posted: 4/23/2012 9:10:23 AM EST
    Norwegian anti-Muslim fanatic Anders Behring Breivik stands between his defence lawyer Geir Lippestad (R) and a police officer after the afternoon break on the sixth day of his trial in Oslo April 23, 2012. Breivik, the man who killed 77 people last summer to protest at Muslim immigration to Europe, said on Monday he believed he could tell the ideology of his prospective massacre victims by looking at them, and tried to spare one who appeared "right-wing". REUTERS/Lise Aserud/NTB Scanpix/Pool (NORWAY - Tags: CRIME LAW)
  •  - Woman walks pass a Cuban flag on a street in Havana

    Woman walks pass a Cuban flag on a street in Havana

    Posted: 3/24/2012 1:59:50 PM EST
    A woman walks pass a Cuban flag on a street in Havana March 24, 2012. Pope Benedict said on Friday that communism had failed in Cuba and offered the Church's help in creating a new economic model, drawing a reserved response from the Cuban government ahead of his visit to the island next week. Speaking on the plane taking him from Rome for a six-day trip to Mexico and Cuba, the Roman Catholic leader told reporters: "Today it is evident that Marxist ideology in the way it was conceived no longer corresponds to reality." REUTERS/Enrique de la Osa (CUBA - Tags: POLITICS RELIGION)
  •  - People walk by poster of Pope Benedict XVI on a street in Havana

    People walk by poster of Pope Benedict XVI on a street in Havana

    Posted: 3/24/2012 1:11:02 PM EST
    People walk by a poster of Pope Benedict XVI on a street in Havana March 24, 2012. Pope Benedict said on Friday that communism had failed in Cuba and offered the Church's help in creating a new economic model, drawing a reserved response from the Cuban government ahead of his visit to the island next week. Speaking on the plane taking him from Rome for a six-day trip to Mexico and Cuba, the Roman Catholic leader told reporters: "Today it is evident that Marxist ideology in the way it was conceived no longer corresponds to reality." REUTERS/Enrique de la Osa (CUBA - Tags: POLITICS RELIGION)
  •  - Shop displays poster of Pope Benedict XVI in Havana

    Shop displays poster of Pope Benedict XVI in Havana

    Posted: 3/24/2012 1:05:23 PM EST
    A shop displays a poster of Pope Benedict XVI in Havana March 24, 2012. Pope Benedict said on Friday that communism had failed in Cuba and offered the Church's help in creating a new economic model, drawing a reserved response from the Cuban government ahead of his visit to the island next week. Speaking on the plane taking him from Rome for a six-day trip to Mexico and Cuba, the Roman Catholic leader told reporters: "Today it is evident that Marxist ideology in the way it was conceived no longer corresponds to reality." REUTERS/Enrique de la Osa (CUBA - Tags: POLITICS RELIGION)
  •  - Man walks by poster of Pope Benedict XVI in Havana

    Man walks by poster of Pope Benedict XVI in Havana

    Posted: 3/24/2012 1:04:02 PM EST
    A man walks by a poster of Pope Benedict XVI in Havana March 24, 2012. Pope Benedict said on Friday that communism had failed in Cuba and offered the Church's help in creating a new economic model, drawing a reserved response from the Cuban government ahead of his visit to the island next week. Speaking on the plane taking him from Rome for a six-day trip to Mexico and Cuba, the Roman Catholic leader told reporters: "Today it is evident that Marxist ideology in the way it was conceived no longer corresponds to reality." REUTERS/Enrique de la Osa (CUBA - Tags: POLITICS RELIGION)
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    Posted: 3/22/2012 2:30:47 AM EST
    FILE - In this Sunday, March 4, 2012 file photo, Lebanese anti-Syrian regime Salafi protesters carry the Syrian revolutionary flag during a demonstration held by a Salafi group at Martyrs' Square in Beirut, Lebanon. Islamic movements inside and outside Syria are also vying to gain influence through the uprising and their growing power is seeding divisions within an already fractious opposition. The groups run the spectrum from violent, jihadi movements that are not far in ideology to al-Qaida, to hard-line Salafis, to political moderates like the Muslim Brotherhood. (AP Photo/Hussein Malla, File)
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    Posted: 3/22/2012 2:30:47 AM EST
    FILE - In this Sunday March 4, 2012 file photo, a Lebanese anti-Syrian regime Salafi protester, holds a poster in Arabic that reads, "Bashar Assad is a war criminal," at a demonstration held by a Salafi group in Martyrs' Square in Beirut, Lebanon. Islamic movements inside and outside Syria are also vying to gain influence through the uprising and their growing power is seeding divisions within an already fractious opposition. The groups run the spectrum from violent, jihadi movements that are not far in ideology to al-Qaida, to hard-line Salafis, to political moderates like the Muslim Brotherhood. (AP Photo/Hussein Malla, File)
  •  - Magazine supplement containing illegible text of Adolf Hitler's Mein Kampf and commentary on blue background is pictured in Berlin

    Magazine supplement containing illegible text of Adolf Hitler's Mein Kampf and commentary on blue background is pictured in Berlin

    Posted: 1/26/2012 10:50:50 AM EST
    A magazine supplement, containing the illegible text of Adolf Hitler's "Mein Kampf" and a commentary on a blue background, is pictured in Berlin January 26, 2012. Excerpts from "Mein Kampf" will be wiped from a magazine supplement due to go on sale in Germany on Thursday following the threat of legal action from the state of Bavaria, the publishers of the magazine said on Wednesday. Passages from the Nazi dictator's work were to appear alongside critical analysis as a supplement to the historical magazine 'Zeitungszeugen'. Now only the accompanying commentary to the text will be legible. Mein Kampf, which outlines the Nazi doctrine of Aryan supremacy, is difficult to obtain in Germany due to strict publishing laws. The dissemination of Nazi ideology for non-educational purposes has been outlawed in Germany since the end of World War Two. The word in the black box reads: "Illegible." REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS MEDIA)
  •  - Magazine supplement with image of Adolf Hitler and title 'The Unreadable Book' is pictured in Berlin

    Magazine supplement with image of Adolf Hitler and title 'The Unreadable Book' is pictured in Berlin

    Posted: 1/26/2012 10:48:04 AM EST
    A magazine supplement with an image of Adolf Hitler and the title 'The Unreadable Book' is pictured in Berlin January 26, 2012. Excerpts from Hitler's "Mein Kampf" will be wiped from the magazine supplement due to go on sale in Germany on Thursday following the threat of legal action from the state of Bavaria, the publishers of the magazine said on Wednesday. Passages from the Nazi dictator's work were to appear alongside critical analysis as a supplement to the historical magazine 'Zeitungszeugen'. Now only the accompanying commentary to the text will be legible. "Mein Kampf", which outlines the Nazi doctrine of Aryan supremacy, is difficult to obtain in Germany due to strict publishing laws. The dissemination of Nazi ideology for non-educational purposes has been outlawed in Germany since the end of World War Two. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS MEDIA)