Via the Local:
A day after he was sentenced to five years in jail for issuing death threats, radical Kurdish Islamist Mullah Krekar was arrested at his home in Oslo on Tuesday by Norwegian security police.
The Norwegian Security police, PST, said they wished to question Krekar about threats he is alleged to have made last weekend against Norwegian interests abroad, including police officers, on the paltalk.com web forum.
Krekar told his followers that if he's arrested or imprisoned, they can take revenge against Norway and Norwegians at home and abroad: including police officers, intelligence people and regular Norwegians. Krekar also threatened that former PM Kjell Magne Bondevik 'will be killed in Somalia'. Bondevik is currently in the Middle East and was informed of the threats.