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October 7: TV4’s popular investigative journalism TV program, Cold Facts (Kalla Fakta), revealed that public health centers in areas with high immigrant populations perform so-called “virginity tests” on young girls. The practice was exposed when three young women of Middle Eastern descent were equipped with hidden cameras and sent undercover to three health centers. Another person, posing as the girls’ aunt, insisted on “virginity tests.” The doctors (several of whom were immigrants) ignored the loud protests from the girls, and examined them against their will. The doctors also offered, for a cash bribe, to issue “virginity certificates” for the girls.
October 12: Amid the snowballing “asylum anarchy” in Sweden, the government decided it was an appropriate time to hold something reminiscent of a revival meeting in Stockholm, under the slogan “Sweden Together.” Ingrid Lomfors, the new director of The Living History Forum, a Swedish public authority, opened the meeting by declaring that there is no such thing as Swedish culture — even though music from the Swedish historical musical Kristina from Duvemåla, written by ABBA members Björn Ulveaus and Benny Andersson, had been played moments before. As public reactions to Lomfors’s assertions were negative, even in the mainstream media, the next day she corrected herself, saying that what she meant was that there is no “unchanged” Swedish culture. Hanif Bali, a conservative Member of Parliament of Iranian descent, was one of many who protested loudly against Lomfors’s statement:
“To say that we should integrate people, even though there is nothing Swedish to integrate them into, I react very strongly against that. The Swedish culture is unique. Saying that there is nothing inherently Swedish just makes it all the more difficult for the people who have come here to become part of society.”
October 13: Three men were arrested as suspects in an August 24 hand grenade attack against police in the Stockholm suburb of Tumba. The hand grenade exploded a few feet from a police van, and the vehicle was riddled with over a hundred pieces of shrapnel. According to the police, it was just a fluke that no one was seriously injured or killed. The police also suspect there is a close connection between the Tumba attack and the armed robbery of a supermarket in Stockholm on October 12. A few days later, one of the three suspects, an 18-year-old man, was remanded on suspicion of armed robbery, aggravated larceny and attempted murder. The other two were released, but remain under suspicion.
October 13: Swedish public radio revealed that the Migration Courts, established in 2006 to give greater legal recourse to asylum seekers, are completely swamped. Previously, the Aliens Appeals Board was the last recourse for those whose asylum applications were rejected. The problem is that more and more rejected applicants now appeal their decisions to the Migration Courts, which on average process about 6,500 cases a year. Members of the Swedish National Courts Administration apparently fear that in 2015, the number of cases will rise to about 13,000, posing a threat to the stability of the legal system and costing the Swedish taxpayers enormous sums.
October 13: Police launched an investigation into the actions of Daniel Sestrajcic, age 39, and leader of the Left Party (Vänsterpartiet) in Malmö. Sestrajcic is suspected of kicking two policemen in the head, while he was protesting the eviction of some Palestinians illegally camped outside an Immigration Service office a week earlier. Sestrajcic, a member of the Swedish Parliament, often takes part in these kinds of demonstrations. He denied the accusations, but the police claim they have the incident on film. Local and national leaders of the Left Party still say they have every confidence in the violent Sestrajcic, who, pending a possible indictment, continues to work .
Left: A police van is riddled with shrapnel (left) from the hand grenade attack. The four policemen in the vehicle at the time could have been killed if the van had not been armored. At right, the Malmö police bomb squad disarms a hand grenade found in Landskrona, on September 22.
October 13: It was reported that Swedish schools are now overcrowded, as many schools struggle to cope with the enormous influx of migrants. Minister of Education Gustav Fridolin discovered that many of the migrants arriving do not have any formal education at all, and he wants to open Swedish elementary schools to adult immigrant men, placing them in the same classes as 8-year-olds.
October 15: The Stockholm Cathedral Parish shocked many of its congregants by allowing a Muslim sharia teacher to hold a lecture for students of the Christian faith. Many upset ex-Muslims showed up at the meeting, the purpose of which was, according to Perpetual Curate Ulf Lindgren, to “fight the fear of Islam and other religions.” One of those who protested having a Muslim talk about Christian faith was Mona Walter, a former Muslim who converted to Christianity. She posed several critical questions, but before long was shut down. Walter told the Christian newspaper Dagen that “this is tantamount to spitting in faces of those fleeing from the terror of Islam in the Middle East.”
October 15: Ahmad El-Moghrabi, age 21, was sentenced to prison. In February, El-Moghrabi, drug-intoxicated, had crashed his luxury car into a Swedish mother and her infant and had then fled the scene. Although the mother suffered severe brain damage and an amputated leg, his sentence stayed at two years and nine months’ imprisonment. The court said that the penal value was three years, but took into consideration that El-Moghrabi was under age 21 at the time of the collision. He was also ordered to pay his victims 335,000 kronor (about $38,400 dollars) in damages. Continue reading
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