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Sweden May Use Army to Fight Muslim Gangs

Sweden May Use Army to Fight Muslim Gangs
“Irresponsible immigration policy and failed integration have brought us to this point.”
By Daniel Greenfield

In September, I wrote “Bombs, Rockets and Torture Cells: The EU is an Islamic Narco-State“.

While the media harps on gun ownership in the United States, Muslim gangs in Sweden have taken to throwing hand-grenades and home-brewed explosives at each other. While the Muslim gang members still shoot at each other, they also like hurling explosives at apartment buildings.

At the end of August, there were four blasts in one hour at different buildings in Gothenburg where 10% of the country’s Muslim settler population lives. Unlike Belgium and the Netherlands, Sweden’s gangs and their weapons come from the shattered remnants of the former Yugoslavia: Bosnians and Albanians brought as refugees formed gangs and smuggled weapons from family members in their own homelands. They were joined by the Black Cobra gang: an Iraqi, Lebanese and ‘Palestinian’, organization expanding out of Denmark.

Authorities blame some of the infighting in Sweden’s Muslim gang scene on Rawa Majid, also known as the ‘Kurdish Fox’, who operates out of Turkey. Majiid had come to Sweden as a refugee baby only to build a massive criminal empire and plan RPG attacks. The killers are particularly indiscriminate. “If there are more than one on the scene, shoot all of them. Women, children, it doesn’t matter,” one gang member ordered.

Now things are bad enough that Sweden is considering bringing out the military. (But not serious enough that it’s considering ending the immigrant invasion.)

Sweden’s prime minister has raised the possibility of military help after a surge in gang violence and killings has swept the country, The Associated Press reported.

Ulf Kristersson’s move was prompted by a spike in violence in September, as crime gangs use young recruits to carry out contract killings.

“Sweden has never before seen anything like this. No other country in Europe is seeing anything like this,” Swedish Prime Minister Kristersson said in a speech to the nation.

Kristersson called a meeting on Friday with the country’s police chief and the head of Sweden’s defense forces to evaluate “how the armed forces can help police in their work against the criminal gangs.”

The media carefully avoids any mention of Islam, but you just have to read the names.

This week, a 16-year-old boy is on trial, accused of executing a 15-year-old at point blank range in a sushi restaurant in the Stockholm suburb of Skogås in January.

Ali Shafaei had escaped Taliban persecution and fled Afghanistan in 2019.

The attack was carried out on the orders of an ally of Majid, according to Swedish newspaper Aftonbladet.

The ally, 20-year-old Ibou Badije – operating under the nickname ‘Louise Gucci’ – was recently sentenced to 18 years in prison for ordering a series of shootings carried out by young teens earlier this year.

The shootings included one in Fruängen, southern Stockholm, on January 20 where the 14-year-old gunmen filmed themselves as they fired an assault rifle thorough a front door, posting the footage online.

At the end of July, 14-year-old friends Mohamed Suleiman and Layth Al-Azzawi were reported missing. They were later found dead in two separate woodland locations – one north and one south of Stockholm.

The Expressen newspaper reports that the teenagers had ‘sold guns belonging to the Foxtrot network run by ‘Kurdish Fox’ Rawa Majid’.

This is what happens when your country gets invaded and you welcome in the invaders.

‘Political naivety and cluelessness have brought us to this point. Irresponsible immigration policy and failed integration have brought us to this point,” Prime Minister Ulf Kristersson said.

‘Exclusion and parallel societies feed the criminal gangs, providing space for them to ruthlessly recruit children and train future killers. Swedish legislation is not designed for gang wars and child soldiers. But we are now changing that,’ he vowed.

In April 2022, then-Prime Minister Magdalena Andersson said Islamism on one hand and right-wing extremism on the other had been allowed to fester.

‘Segregation has been allowed to go so far that we have parallel societies in Sweden,’ the Social Democrat prime minister said at the time.

‘We live in the same country but in completely different realities. We will have to reassess our previous truths and make tough decisions.’

Those tough decisions will still have to be made. But for now it’s the invaders making them.

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