A new mosque attack shakes Eskilstuna, where terror finally is spreading among the city's Muslims.
According to the police It is unclear if the police were able to reach the car owners.
We do not know if the car owners have no link to the mosque. We do not know who has done it, says Lars Franzell.
Police have no suspect perpetrator for the second attack.
It is now investigating the events have no connection to each other.This we investigate. We try to check as much as we can, says Lars Franzell.
We have no facts that can substantiate the theory.
We are wide and trying to hear as much people as possible who may have seen or heard something, says Lars Franzell.
The Police technicians were there in the morning and photo documented. It is considered vandalism. Police are now looking for witnesses to the incident. We have carried out a technical examination there too and trying to find tracks that can bind a possible perpetrator to the scene, said Lars Franzell.
We understood that we were attacked by fire in the second mosque. We are afraid. Perpetrators can strike at us, they are still at large, says, president of the Islamic Association in Södermanland that has Al Rahman Mosque in Eskilstuna.
When we arrived back at seven o'clock in the morning someone had smashed a window. Inside the glass is a strong metal mesh, we have on all windows.
And then we have our own guards, says Jalal Faris.
SDR wonders if the police checks them, but doubt they do such…
To SDR any Mosque or any large community with own guards is far more dangerous to society than a vandal.
Jalal Faris continous to say, before the night we also covered the windows with wooden boards to get more protection. It's scary, there were men, women and children in the burned mosque. And the perpetrators know when we pray, he says.
Any Christian person would not let children and women anywhere close to such a place....So here we see the difference between cultures way of handling women and children safety.
The two attacks on mosques in Eskilstuna night on Boxing Day has rocked large parts of Swedish society, writes one newspaper. But looking at the news its hardly the close to any truth as the news regarding the second so called vandalism. This as it was not even reported wit any picture, which tells what news priority this carries.
Saying: I am anxious that we get information about support for our congregations looks from the National Police Agency side and I have therefore written to management and asked that I get a statement. I want to hear the police themselves tell the Board and to me how to work, says Roger Haddad.
He takes very seriously what happened to the Muslims but has in the past done no comment to the media when Synagogues have been attacked. (Thats a reality check thats worth to chew on)