In one of the many bizarre statements in his 1,500 page manifesto, Anders Behring Breivik, the man who killed nearly a hundred people in terrorist attacks in Norway on Friday, said he would be willing to work with al-Qaeda and Iran.

Breivik, who describes himself as a conservative revolutionary and has been called a right-wing and/or Christian fundamentalist, states in his manifesto that his aim is to expel Muslims from Europe.

His writings, which appear to have been compiled over the last nine years, denounce Europe's political classes, whom he accuses of opening the doors to the Islamization of Europe.

Despite his apparent mistrust of Islam, Breivik also states that he and his movement (it's not clear if the movement consists of anyone other than himself) of "Knights Templar" would be willing to work with Islamist groups al-Qaeda and al-Shabaab and the Islamic Republic of Iran.

The manifesto states, "The PCCTS, Knights Templar will for the future consider working with the enemies of the EU/US hegemony such as Iran (South Korea is unlikely), al-Qaeda, al-Shabaab or the rest of the devout fractions of the Islamic Ummah with the intention for deployment of small nuclear, radiological, biological or chemical weapons in Western European capitals and other high priority locations."

Breivik went on to state that any potential Islamist allies would need convincing that the "Justiciar Knight" is not an agent of the CIA. In order to prove their identity, "Justiciar Knights" must be willing to "sacrifice."

"A Justiciar Knight is willing to martyr himself for the cause while a EU/US agent will not be willing to sacrifice much," the manifesto says. "The entity should demand that the alleged Justiciar Knight in question surgically remove his penis and testicles and/or execute a fixed number of civilian children. While this requirement seems morbid, absurd and unreasonable, it is perhaps the most effective method of confirming the intentions of an individual."