A week after the tragedies that occurred in Oslo and Utoya Island the world can begin to recover from this horrific scene and hopefully begin the healing process. However for some a different kind of wound has appeared and it is not one of a physical or even an emotional nature, but of an academic/journalistic nature. Reporters and even normal office folk gathered around the water cooler, who assumed the vicious attacks in Norway were the works of the dreaded Al-Qaeda, are now being branded as Islamophobes. Is it Islamophobic to assume a terrorist group attacked a liberal, secular community, or is a case similar to Pavlov’s dog, the bell rang and the entire world drooled? It is very easy for us to forget that religious radical groups are responsible for the most acts of terrorism in history. The fact of the matter is that the events in Norway were amazingly tragic, the hearts of the entire world go out to the loved ones of the lost, however this appalling event is a reminder that free agent terrorists are out there. Anders Behring Breivik did not invent this one man murder machine phenomenon, but even though he wasn’t the first, does not mean he will be the last. Al-Qaeda’s publication Inspire has an entire section about Open Source Jihad. Imagine the section of Martha Stewart Living, where she teaches how to fold your napkins into the cutest elephants, now take that section, keep it as scary as Martha Stewart and add a how-to guide on bomb making, and you have Open Source Jihad. Breivik’s manifesto is full of rhetoric about how much he hates the “Jihadists”, but he most certainly took a page out of their playbook.