Ride-by Shooter Arrested in Malmö

Many thanks to FouseSquawk for translating this article from Samhällsnytt about a arrests made in a drive-by (on bikes) shooting case in the southern Swedish city of Malmö:

22-year-old man arrested for drive-by murder in Malmö

In November of last year a 15-year-old youth with a non-Western immigrant background was shot to death outside a pizzeria on Möllevången in Malmö. Another youth was found shot and seriously wounded. Now a 22-year-old is a suspect with probable cause in the gang-related murder.

The arrest decision was made by a Malmö district court on Friday. The arrested 22-year-old has a non-Western immigrant background and was previously convicted of crimes, aggravated assault among others, for which he was sentenced to 75 hours of youth service (usually gardening or cleaning work) “on the grounds of good behavior”. He was also convicted for driving without a license.

Three other persons, two 22-year-olds and a 21-year-old, were arrested in the same case. In the absence of strong enough evidence for involvement in the murder and attempted murder, for the time being the prosecutor chose to charge them only for narcotics offenses.

All three have non-Western immigrant backgrounds and have been previously convicted of various crimes, such as drug offenses, assault, drunkenness, threats, and more. They are well-known to police as figures in criminal gangs in the extremely problematic, so-called “vulnerable” and immigrant-dominated neighborhood of Seved.

The two crime victims were also previously known to police, according to information. It is unclear what specific conflict among the concerned persons lies behind the shootings.

People’s Home Care

Folkhemmet, “The People’s Home”, was the model touted by the Social Democrats at the founding of the modern Swedish welfare state. Now it looks like it will morph into People’s Home Care for those dying of the ChiCom flu.

Many thanks to LN for translating this article from Samhällsnytt:

Care places are expected to run out next week — patients will be cared for at home

April 1, 2020

According to previously unknown documents from Region Stockholm, which is said to be a guiding prognosis for primary care, the care facilities at Stockholm Hospitals will run out next week. To solve the situation, doctors must be quickly trained via the Internet to treat coronavirus patients at home. The region also makes it clear that “lowered quality may need to be accepted”.

According to statistics, Sweden has 4,527 infected so far, of whom 199 have died. But the statistics are flawed, because Sweden does not test members of the public who experience symptoms of the coronavirus infection. Furthermore, Samhällsnytt also reported that the statistics of the Public Health Authority lag behind by several days.

It is now clear from internal documents from the Stockholm region dated March 27 that the health centers are preparing to take over responsibility for coronavirus-infected patients in the region. This is because the intensive care and outpatient sites at the hospitals are projected to run out on April 7, as reported by Aftonbladet.

Region: “Decreased quality may need to be accepted”

Furthermore, the forecast shows that the maximum number in need of healthcare is expected to drop on April 29. But that is not where the bad news ends — you should also prepare for deteriorating quality, the documents say:

“Decreased quality may need to be accepted, can no longer strive for maintained quality”

Dying are left to wait at home

The region is also preparing for a situation in the future when fewer staff will handle more and more patients. In One solution to the situation says that coronavirus patients should be cared for at home.

Physicians from primary care will also be “quickly trained” across the web in so-called end-of-life care in order to deal with patients in their final hours and thus relieve the hospitals.

Is Sweden Too Easygoing About the Chinese Virus?

There is concern in Denmark about Sweden’s lackadaisical attitude towards the ChiCom virus. I hate to admit it, but I’m with Sweden on this one — I think the draconian response to the coronavirus is a hysterical overreaction that causes more harm than it alleviates.

A commonsensical, measured response — locking down the elderly and those at risk, quarantining those who are infected, and a vigorous public information campaign about hand-washing and “social distance” — would have been prudent and far less damaging than the total destruction of national economies.

Many thanks to LN for translating this article from Samhällsnytt:

Sweden is a deterrent example in fighting the coronavirus

In recent years, there has been much talk about the “Sweden image” — how the view of Sweden around the world in recent decades has gone from inspirational to exemplary to dissuasive examples. Previously, the criticism was mainly about such things as an exceptional immigration and gender policy, but now there is a new area — Sweden’s odd way of fighting the coronavirus epidemic.

In Denmark there is great concern among the elderly, especially those at risk, about being exposed to commuting personnel from Sweden in eldercare. For those who perceive the nonchalant Swedish way of dealing with the coronavirus crisis, confidence is low.

Hundreds of people living in Sweden work in eldercare on the opposite side of the Sound. Older Danes do not feel that the government and authorities in Sweden take the coronavirus epidemic as seriously as is the case in Denmark. The concern about being infected by Swedish guest workers is therefore great.

“They are worried about the Swedish health care staff,” confirms Bjarne Hastrup, who is the chairman of the public health organization Ældre Sagen.

Formally, the same guidelines apply to avoid infection for guest workers from Sweden as for domestic Danish staff, even when they are in Sweden. However, many people do not trust this considering the fact that its Swedish Public Health Agency, with its heavily criticized Anders Tegnell, has at the forefront reduced the safeguards and that the restrictions in Sweden are considerably weaker than in Denmark and most other countries.

Want guest workers from Sweden to be tested for coronavirus

Ældre Sagen, which at the request of many troubled elderly people in care, has now raised with the Danish government the demand that guest workers, in light of the inadequate restrictions in Sweden, be tested for the coronavirus.

“The least we can request is that all Swedish healthcare personnel who work in Helsingör, but live in Sweden, be tested for the coronavirus. We have many customers in nursing homes who are very concerned. They are old, are in the risk group and their safety must be assured,” Hastrup says in a comment to SVT [Swedish state TV].

One of the things that concerns many Danes is the lack of requirements for so-called social distance in Sweden. Public gatherings of 500 persons are still allowed here, while a maximum of ten persons may gather in Denmark. This means that there are major differences in the risk of transmission. In several other comparable countries, such as Germany, the United Kingdom and Poland, only two people are allowed to meet at a time.

Furthermore, almost all restaurants in Denmark are closed, while many in Sweden are still allowed to stay open. It is not only among the elderly in Denmark that the negative image of Sweden linked to the coronavirus has been established.

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Mullah Krekar Has Been Bunged Into Chokey

It couldn’t happen to a nicer fellow:

Terror Convict Mullah Krekar Extradited to Italy

12-year term for international terrorism

(ANSA) — Rome, March 26 — Faraj Ahmad Najmuddin aka Mullah Krekar was extradited to Italy from Norway Thursday to serve time for international terrorism.

He landed at Fiumicino and was taken to Rome’s Rebibbia Prison.

Krekar was sentenced last July 15 to 12 years in jail together with another five defendants, like him of Kurdish-Iraqi origin, for “association with terrorism purposes, also international”.

Hat tip: Insubria.

For the previous adventures of the renowned peace activist, see the Mullah Krekar archives.

The Church of Sweden and the Muslim Brotherhood

Many thanks to FouseSquawk for translating this article from the Swedish blog Ledarsidorna:

How the Church of Sweden’s Future Path is Being Prepared

The list of participants in the Church of Sweden’s conference “A world of neighbors” gives witness to the legacy Archbishop Antje Jackelen intends to leave behind in the form of a future path for the church. Beyond the presence of the Muslim Brotherhood organizational network, the conference also rested on another undercurrent: The Cairo Document.

At the conference “A world of neighbors” earlier this year, the Church of Sweden was represented not only by Antje Jackelen, but also by Gunilla Hallosten. Hallosten was until recently the Policy Director of the Church of Sweden’s international unit, but has an increased role today. Hallosten previously showed great sympathy for and has affirmed the Cairo Document, among others.

Annika Borg, doctor of theology and pastor in the Church of Sweden, has been one who early on and since has criticized the Church of Sweden’s path, as well as examined what the Cairo Document actually contains.

At the 2002 Church meeting, the document “God’s Path” was adopted, which stresses Jewish-Christian dialogue and rejects Replacement Theology. The document signified the beginning of a theological reflection, but would be supplemented and deepened by continued studies and conversations both with the Church of Sweden and with representatives of the Jewish faith. It was also intended to be a part of a necessary process of reconciliation since, “the largest portion of Europe’s Jews were destroyed on the continent where the Christian Church exercised influence from powerful positions.”

Today the Church is developing in another direction, which became even clearer at the Church of Sweden conference “A world of neighbors”. More of the inter-religious work has come to rest on the so-called Cairo Document, which was adopted at the 2012 Church meeting. The adoption of the Cairo Document in practice repealed the earlier decision made in 2002.

The Cairo Document is a basic document for the anti-Semitic BDS movement. Germany’s federal chancellor, Angela Merkel, is one of those who declared the movement to be anti-Semitic. It legitimizes terrorism, uses modern anti-Semitic rhetoric, is essentially Replacement Theology, and urges the total boycott of Israel. The document, together with other material from the Cairo-Palestine network, has been disseminated on the Church of Sweden’s website, shows up in study circles, and designs boycott packets for those who want to influence their local stores.

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Girls Just Wanna Have Protection

The following news story from Sweden reminds me of a service called “Escort” that was introduced on campus when I was an undergraduate at the College of William and Mary in the early 1970s. A co-ed who was afraid to walk back to her dorm in the dark could call Escort and get someone to accompany her, greatly reducing her chances of being raped on the way.

Fast-forward five decades, and we have “Lift for girls” in Sweden. As usual, the report makes no mention of cultural enrichment, but since the reporter cites Malmö as being especially in need of the service, there is no doubt that immigrants are what the young ladies are afraid of. I’m certain that every Swede who watches this program knows exactly what is being referred to, even if it remains unspoken.

Many thanks to Kronans Martell (Ullis News) for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling:

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Jimmie Åkesson: We Must Make Sure It Isn’t 2015 All Over Again

Jimmie Åkesson is the leader of the Sweden Democrats (Sverigedemokraterna). As reported here a couple of days ago, he recently visited the Turkish side of the border between Greece and Turkey to hand out leaflets to migrants telling them that Sweden is full, and that they should not try to go there.

The video below is an audio-only interview with Mr. Åkesson. Many thanks to Kronans Martell (Ullis News) for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling:

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Solders of Allah

I find myself at a loss for words concerning this news story from Modern Multicultural Sweden. I can’t even think of something flip to say — and you all know how unusual that is for me.

Many thanks to LN for translating this article from Nyheter Idag:

Boys are circumcised with a soldering gun — “Doctor” is prosecuted


“Doctor’s” tool. Photo: Police

March 12, 2020

GÄVLE / SÖDERHAMN — A man in his 30s is now being prosecuted for having circumcised nine boys in Gävle and Söderhamn — without anesthetic and with a soldering gun as a tool. So reports Helahälsingland.

The man charged is said to have received nine months of medical training in Syria, and has had no such training in Sweden. The reason he used a soldering gun during the operations, he explains, is that it “has so much heat that all possible bacteria die”.

The man himself thinks he is good at performing circumcisions, but does not have the permits required to do so in Sweden.

According to the prosecution, he circumcised nine boys, seven of whom have had complications that in some cases may need to be corrected with surgical procedures.

The parents paid for the operation with Swish and were under the delusion that it was all legal and safe. They unanimously stated that the person who organized the circumcisions was in charge of the now-closed Muslim preschool Bilaal in Söderhamn, and that the man was perceived as reliable.

According to the parents, this man must have been active in the operations and held the children. He himself says that he only participated as an interpreter. He is not suspected of any crime.

“He did not know that this person did not have a permit, therefore it is not possible to prove that the suspect had the intent required for the procedure to be criminal,” the prosecutor Micael Dahlberg told Helahälsingland.

The “doctor” is charged with assault, causing grievous bodily harm, and violation of the law on circumcision of boys.

Jimmie Åkesson: “Sweden is Full”

Jimmie Åkesson, the leader of the Sweden Democrats (Sverigedemokraterna), traveled to the Turkish side of the border with Greece to hand out flyers to migrants that read “Sweden is full” (in English).

Below is a report from Swedish state television about Mr. Åkesson’s visit. Many thanks to Kronans Martell (Ullis News) for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling:

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Sweden Must Die

Many thanks to LN for translating this article from Fria Tider:

Demonstration in Malmö: “Sweden must die”

March 9, 2020

“Sweden must die.” This was one of the messages when left-wing activists demonstrated at Möllevångstorget in Malmö.

During a march in Malmö on International Women’s Day on Sunday one of the protesters carried a sign with the message that Sweden must die. On other signs there were, among others, slogans such as “Klasskamp = transkamp“ (Class struggle = trans fight).

“Not really what the labor movement’s pioneers August Palm and Kata Dalström might have intended,” writes the local party Malmölistan, which published the photo from the demonstration.

The newly-formed Malmö list consists of a large breakaway group from the Communist Party in Malmö that has had enough of the so-called “middle-class left” and its focus on cultural Marxist issues.

“They do not understand why so many workers do not think that multiculturalism, the LGBTQ movement and Greta Thunberg are something fantastic, but think we are in 1930s Germany and that workers who vote SD were infected by some Nazi illness,” said Nils Littorin, who is now the party leader for the Malmö list, to the local newspaper in connection with the mass outflow from the Communist Party in December.

The Muslim Brotherhood’s Mosque in Gothenburg

Many thanks to FouseSquawk for translating this article from the Swedish blog Ledarsidorna. It concerns the Muslim Brotherhood’s presence in Sweden:

Salafism merges with the Muslim Brotherhood in Gothenburg mosque

The latest revelation about the radical orientation of the Gothenburg mosque sheds new light on the environments in which the Salafist environment, which allows violence and jihad as methods, merges together with the Muslim Brotherhood in Sweden.

Last Friday, TV4 News revealed that the Gothenburg mosque website had a link, “About Islam”, which was aimed at new Muslims. This link takes visitors to a well-designed website written in Swedish with the name “New Muslim Guide”, which is a shortened version of the book, “The New Muslim Guide”, written by Fahd Salem Bahammam and published in 26 different languages. According to the website, “New Muslim Guide”, it was developed through the consensus of many Muslim scholars.

Under “Men’s rights in marriage”, it states that a Muslim woman must be responsive to her husband’s sexual needs, and it is recommended that she do well for him. If she refuses his legitimate sexual advances, she commits a sin when there is no valid reason, such as being on her period or sick. In another passage, it states that:

“One of the genuine rights of a man is that she cannot leave the home without his permission, whether it be for personal or public matters.”

The FHS (Swedish Defense University) terror researcher Associate Professor Magnus Ranstorp is crystal clear in his criticism of the mosque in a debate article in GP:

“We can never move a millimeter on our basic values on equality, women’s rights and our work against honor repression and other attempts to restrict democratic as well as individual freedoms and rights. That has to be clear. The Gothenburg mosque should also recognize this.”

The Gothenburg mosque is one example among many where the Salafist, violence-affirming environment merges with the Muslim Brotherhood’s covert violence-advocating environment.

There are several personal connections that link the Gothenburg mosque with the Muslim Brotherhood. Partly through membership in the United Islamic Associations in Sweden, FIFS, led by Mohammad Temsamani at the Ibn Rushd Study Association. Temsamani was involved in Muhammed Morsi’s presidential campaign in the 2011 Egyptian presidential election, in which Morsi was the Muslim Brotherhood’s candidate. Mohammad Temsamani, in addition to being chairman of FIFS, is responsible for religious questions at the Ibn Rushd Study Association, which has been accused of promoting anti-Semitism, anti-Western sentiments, and the building of a separate Muslim society in Sweden.

According to a study commissioned by State Aid for Religious Communities in 2014, several of the central actors in the Gothenburg Mosque Owner’s Foundation were also active in the Islamic Information Association (IIF) and the Römosse School. The former member of Parliament Abderizak Waberi (M) was headmaster of the school and became chairman of the FIOE, Federation of Islamic Organizations in Europe, after his term in the Parliament. FIOE is, according to the Muslim Brotherhood’s spiritual leaders, the Brotherhood’s European umbrella organization.

Gothenburg’s Young Muslims (GUM) was registered in 2017 at the same address, and is a local chapter of Sweden’s Young Muslims, and works together with Ibn Rushd Study Association. Sweden’s Young Muslims (SUM) is part of the FIOE youth organization, FEMSYO. In an appellate ruling in Stockholm, SUM lost the right to public grants when they didn’t live up to the Authority for Youth and Civil Society democracy criteria.

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But We Identify As Swedes!

It seems that anybody in the world may consider himself a Swede — especially if he has a sob story to promote in Swedish state media.

Many thanks to LN for translating this article from Samhällsnytt:


SVT House / Screenshot of the article (pasted)

State television showcased a Swedish family in Iran who want to go home — not found in public records

March 3, 2020

Yesterday, in a report with an implicit criticism of the Swedish Transport Agency’s decision to stop flights from Iran, state television told of a Swedish family who wanted to return to Stockholm. Samhällsnytt can reveal that the family is missing from the Swedish national accounts.

Following our questions, state television has changed its article. In the original version of the news report saved through the archive service web.archive, it was related that the Swedish named family consisting of Keymar Tatar, Asaf Raoufi and their 14-year-old daughter would return to Stockholm at the end of February. But they are stranded in Iran without any opportunity to get to Sweden.

“If the situation is so serious in Iran and you do not consider the authorities credible here, Sweden should take even greater responsibility in bringing home its citizens who are in this country,” Keymar Tatar tells state television, and believes that the Swedish embassy should assist his family with the trip.

Judging from comments in social media, many readers get the impression that the family was on a shorter holiday trip. But when Samhällsnytt contacts the Swedish Tax Agency, it turns out that neither Keymar Tatar nor Asaf Raoufi are listed in Sweden.

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We Boys Have to Stick Together

The following report was broadcast recently on the Aktuellt program on Swedish television. In it various male high school students are interviewed about their reactions to the recent wave of culture-enriching violence, in which their peers have been subjected to larceny, beatings, and humiliation at the hands of the “New Swedes”. Significantly, it seems that the boys are now in the early stages of banding together to protect themselves from such attacks.

Many thanks to Kronans Martell (Ullis News) for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling:

Video transcript:

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