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“brutal slaughter” of girl, 21 by Muslim Syrian man

A Syrian citizen born in 1992 was detained today by Eksjö District Court as a suspect in the murder of a 21-year-old girl at a LSS residence in Vetlanda on Tuesday. At the same attack, the victim’s 24-year-old sister was also injured. By – Brünnhilde  According to information from the National Register of Records, the man was arrived in Sweden on ...

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New Muslim immigrant party formed in Malmö – “Diversity is strength”

A new political party has been formed in the city of Malmö. They call themselves the New Coalition Collection and every founder of the party has an immigrant background. The party has stated that its focus is on helping immigrants and improving the so-called multiculturalism and integration in Swedish society. By – Brünnhilde “Our diversity is strength,” he writes on his ...

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Sweden fears of possible Russian election meddling

Russia could try to influence the outcome of national elections in Sweden in September if authorities in Moscow feel their strategic interests are threatened, the Swedish security service said on Thursday. By – Johan Ahlander  The service’s head of counter-intelligence, Daniel Stenling, cited membership of NATO – which Sweden has debated joining – and security around the Baltic Sea as two ...

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1 in 3 Swedish police officers have left the profession

Nearly three out of ten trained police officers have left the profession, according to a new survey conducted by Statistics Sweden on behalf of the magazine Du & jobb. By – Brünnhilde Of the 19,600 trained police officers based in Sweden during 2015, just over 70 percent remain in the profession. This also means that almost 5,900 trained police officers are ...

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Muslim rapist says about 15 year old victim: “Thought she wasn’t a virgin”

A 23-year-old Muslim man from Syria has been charged with raping a 15-year-old girl at a party. He claims that the sexual intercourse was voluntary and consensual and that she seemed to be innocent when he felt her tampon. Now the Syrian is sentenced to imprisonment, but may be allowed to remain in Sweden after serving his time in prison. ...

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Europe’s Nightmare: Baby Mohammad not welcome

If Muhammad cannot beat the infidels on the battlefield, he’ll outbreed them—literally: “Mohammed most popular name for newborn boys in the Netherlands for second year in a row,” is the title of a recent report.  Muhammad is apparently also the most popular name in England. In fact, Muhammad is one of the most popular names throughout Northwest Europe. By – Raymond Ibrahim While this may seem innocuous ...

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Swedenstan to finance censorship on social media following #Jagarher’s wishes

In November, the Society News revealed close contact between the Government Offices and the organization #Jagärhär – an organization that has made its name by silencing silent opinion makers and journalists critical of the government by shutting down their Facebook social media accounts, as a result of mass reports from the organization’s members. By – Brünnhilde Today we can report to ...

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Iran’s Most Famous General Is More Popular Than President

The head of Iran’s most secretive, elite force has become increasingly popular at home as he helps expand Tehran’s influence through military victories by allies across the Middle East. By – Tom O’Connor Major General Qassem Soleimani, head of the expeditionary Quds Force branch of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC), enjoyed a “very favorable” view among 67.7 percent of Iranians, according ...

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Iran threatens to ‘raze Tel Aviv to the ground’

IRAN has vowed to destroy Tel Aviv if Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu carries out his recent threats to launch military action against the Islamic republic as simmering tensions in the Middle East reach boiling point. By – express.co.uk Angry exchanges between the two countries have intensified recently with the bitter Syrian war spilling over into a wider proxy fight and Iran’s ...

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Tillerson leaves military response to Syrian chemical attacks on the table

THE bombardment of Syria’s rebel-held eastern Ghouta area near Damascus by pro-government forces has killed 250 people in the 48 hours since Sunday night, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said on Tuesday. By – Max Greenwood Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has suggested a U.S. military response to the Syrian government’s alleged use of chemical weapons remains on the table. “President Trump has already ...

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