A growing number of muslims that have already acquired Swedish citizenship become radicalized and travel back to the middle east to fight for the Islamic State (IS). Columnist Zulmay Afzeli, himself a muslim, sounded the alarm earlier this year in national paper Svenska Dagbladet that half the people in his local mosque in Stockholm had left for Syria.
Noone knows the total number of “Swedish” IS fighters currently slaughtering civilians, but we do know they are in the process of becoming full-fledged terrorists with the skills and fanaticism to make Sweden a very dangerous place in coming years when they return.
To combat this looming threat, eyes are turning to Mona Sahlin, the former leader of the leftist Socialdemocrat party currently in power, who was recently appointed National Coordinator for Prevention of Extremism. An extremism czar may seem like just what the doctor ordered, considering that the police now has officially ceded control over 55 areas to criminals in the predominantly muslim ghettos popping up all over the country.
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