Medieval Law – Germanic and Islamic Practices
Fjordman is a great essayist from Norway. The Norwegian authorities detain Fjordman after Anders Breivik went on his mass murdering spree hoping to provoke a new European order that would be anti-immigrant – specifically Muslim immigrants. Fjordman’s essays were included in Breivik’s tome manuscript on the Internet that is a provocative plan to create his vision of a Christian-fascist State out of Europe to cleanse Muslims from Europe. Norwegian authorities detained Fjordman believing that his conspicuous essays in the Breivik manuscript implicated Fjordman in the Norwegian massacre. Indeed, Leftists in America and Europe took great glee in proclaiming anti-jihad writers as instigators of incitement that captured the psycho-mind of Anders Breivik. The microscope was intense that the pseudonym Fjordman led to the revelation of his actual name. Since the Muslims of Europe are more radicalized than in America, the name revelation has placed Fjordman in great danger.
Nevertheless, I am pleased to have discovered a Fjordman essay that I am going to cross post. You will be intrigued how Fjordman examines the rule of law by examining how Nordic-Germanic-Celtic law, Roman Law, Judeo-Christian Law, the ancient influence of the Mesopotamian Hammurabi Law somewhat syncretized in Europe. Then there is the throwing in of Islamic Sharia Law that is making a huge effort to join the syncretic nature of the rule of law that has evolved in the West.