Some 40,000 people have gathered on an Oslo square to sing a popular peace song which mass killer Anders Behring Breivik condemned at his trial.
The right-wing extremist had accused the singer of Children Of The Rainbow, LillebjÃ¸rn Nilsen, of being a Marxist who sought to brainwash children.
Nilsen led the crowd on Thursday in singing the song on Youngstorget Square, close to the courthouse.
Inside, the trial heard testimony from survivors of the Oslo bomb attack.
It is the ninth day of Breivik's trial for the killing of eight people in Oslo and 69 on the island of UtÃ¸ya, as well as the wounding of more than 200 others.
He admits the attacks on 22 July last year but denies guilt or insanity.
Lyrics of LillebjÃ¸rn Nilsen's Barn av regnbuen (Children of the Rainbow):
En himmel full av stjerner (A heaven full of stars)
BlÃ¥tt hav sÃ¥ langt du ser (Blue seas as far as you can see)
En jord der blomster gror (A world where flowers grow)
Kan du Ã¸nske mer ? (Can you ask for more?)
Sammen skal vi leve (We shall live together)
hver sÃ¸ster og hver bror (Every sister and every brother)
SmÃ¥ barn av regnbuen (Small children of the rainbow)
og en frodig jord. (And a blossoming world.)
Noen tror det ikke nytter (Some don't think it matters)
Andre kaster tiden bort med prat (Others waste time with small talk)
Noen tror at vi kan leve av (Some thing we can live on…
plast og syntetisk mat. (…plastic and synthetic food.)
Og noen stjeler fra de unge (And some steal from the young)
som blir sendt ut for Ã¥ sloss (who are sent off for a fight.)
Noen stjeler fra de mange (Some steal from the masses)
som kommer etter oss (who come after us.)
Si det til alle barna! (Tell all the children)
Og si det til hver far og mor: (And tell every father and mother)
EnnÃ¥ har vi en sjanse (That we still have a chance)
til Ã¥ dele et hÃ¥p pÃ¥ jord. (to share hope for the world.)
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