Norwegian children who witnessed the gruesome battle between two LTTE factions in Oslo on Sunday in which one Tamil man`s arm was cut off with a Samurai sword were in a state of shock, newspapers reported.
The man was also shot several times in the chest.
Doctors worked through the night at Ullevil Hospital in Oslo, but his condition remained critical. It is suspected that some of the Tamil attackers had come from France and entered Norway illegally. One man is wanted for murder in Europe, police said.
The ruling Norwegian Labour Party linked to Tiger agents is making a desperate bid to whitewash what the police called a `grotesque` battle within the Tamil community in Oslo.
Three Tamils were shot, stabbed and run down by a car last Sunday by a group known as `Jaffna boys`.
Norwegians Against Terrorism (NAT) told the Asian Tribune that Oslo Labour Party leader Jan Bohler and Yogarajah Balasingham - a member of the Labour Party - are blaming police for not taking early action to stop the violence.
`They should have acted earlier to stop the Tamil fighting in Norway,` Balasingham told TV2 in Oslo.
He predicts that there will be more bloody clashes in Norway.
The Jaffna Boys have recruited Tamils from Germany and France to settle `unfinished business` in Norway, according to NAT.
Aftenposten, a Norwegian online news daily reported: `A second victim was also reported in critical condition after suffering multiple gunshot wounds. A third victim was treated at Oslo`s emergency clinic after being hit by what police believe was a car driven by the assailants.
`There were at least 10 witnesses to the bloody shootout, including several young children, and police were scrambling to secure their accounts of events. Police said they found handguns, knives and sword strewn over the scene around the football field at Nordvedt.
`Police couldn`t confirm what set off the violence, but said it apparently followed `an event` the day before, believed to be tied to a conflict within the Tamil community. All three victims are Tamils.`
Tiger thugs have had a free run in Norway to attack rival Tamils. One of the first to be attacked was Ketheeswarn Loganathan, the peace activist who was killed in Colombo by Tiger assassins.
He was first attacked in Oslo Norway when he and an EPRLF MP were attending a course at the Peace Research Institute Oslo.
Norway has turned a blind eye on criminal activities of Tigers who have infiltrated into the Norwegian left-wing political parties. Representations have been made repeatedly to Erik Solheim, the peace facilitator, by Tamils in Norway who fear for their lives. But the Norwegian Government has not taken adequate action to curb the violence of Tamil Tigers.
In May this year, the Tiger chief of Switzerland Chelliah Kulasekerasingham nom de guerre Kulam and Selvarasa Vaikunthan, the person in charge of Tamil Youth Organisation were detained by Police for attacking PLOTE members at the Central located near Zurich Metro. They were returning from a May Day rally. PLOTE International Organiser Swiss Ranjan and five others were seriously injured and hospitalised.
Police are concerned that there may be a network of Tiger terrorists operating in Europe to target only dissident Tamils. They avoid targeting any European interests or individuals. Their main objective is to control the Tamil diaspora in Europe to collect money.
This ring of Tigers attack rival Tamils to prevent them from competing for the money in the Tamil diaspora.
Norway is seen as the central point for the Tigers.
Norwegian politicians and police have been reluctant to take action against complaints made by the victims of Tigers who run businesses, radio, temples and even infiltrated the Labour Party.
A Sri Lankan domiciled in Norway told Asian Tribune: How can Erik Solheim bring peace to Sri Lanka when he can`t bring peace to the Tamil rivals in Norway?
He knows what is happening in the Tamil community and he has not initiated any action to protect the Tamil victims of Tiger terror in Norway.
The Scandinavian Peace Monitors are making a big show of bringing peace to Sri Lanka. It is now clear that they must come back home and start making peace here for the Norwegians to live free from the fear of Tigers.
Ironically, Balasingham is accusing that the Norwegian Police has not taken action. But Solheim is going round telling the international community that the Sri Lankan police are not taking action to protect Tamils. Shouldn`t he now start from his hometown before pointing an accusing finger at Sri Lanka?`