Saturday, 31 January 2015

France: New online video to tackle jihadist recruitment

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The French government has finally released an online video designed to steer young people away from joining militant groups in the Middle East. But do they distribute it everywhere we ask you ? Did you see it on Facebook twitter etc? The two-minute video features hard-hitting scenes of conflict and execution. It is part of French efforts to stop the recruitment of more youngsters, often via the internet.

More than 1,000 French residents have joined extremist groups to fight in Syria or Iraq or are planning to do so.The release comes three weeks after attacks by home-grown jihadists in Paris in which 17 people were killed.The video uses images familiar from jihadist websites such as scenes of jubilant fighters celebrating in Syria or Iraq. 

But the scenes of war-time camaraderie and moral victory are interspersed with darker images, showing a different side to the conflicts there. Black and white footage of men being crucified, thrown over a cliff and dragged along behind a truck are overlaid with government messages, warning of "hell on earth".

Far from helping Syrian children, the video tells viewers they will be complicit in the murder of civilians and die alone, far from home. Other messages are clearly directed at women. 
"They tell you come and start a family with one of our heroes", the video warns. "In reality you will raise your children in war and terror."

"We will broadcast this video widely on social networks in order to reach the maximum number of young people vulnerable to these calls. We hope it will shock them", the head of the French government's communication department Christian Gravel told Agence France-Presse.

The French government has battled for months against what it calls "terrorist propaganda on the internet". But its a drop in the sea..compared to the Jihadists videos and their silent supporters in the social media. Its good to try but investing some millions on video won't help as the French and other western leaders fail to speak out and say its a war against Islamism and not just terror. Politically correct is long gone and people are dying on open streets because some leaders cant name the killers and what they all stand for. 

The deadly attacks in France three weeks ago have refocused attention on the threat from home-grown jihadists many of whom are attracted to extremist groups over the internet.The French interior minister has said he will meet major internet companies in the US next month, to try to find new answers to the problem.   
We at SDR wish he finds the courage to speak out loud who the enemy that caries just one name is instead of dancing around the truth.

How can any solution be found if no one can say Islamic teachings and admit that 
most Islamic nations don’t condemn these actions, but in contrary openly demonstrate our cartoons rather then condone the terrorist actions.

Fact is this is nothing less than a blessing to the radical Islamists to go ahead and kill more innocent civilians in Europe.

These are the sad facts we all have to live with until someone finds courage
to say: You are either with us or against us! 

























Canadian Prime Minister Harper tells what EU leaders don't dare to say out in the open!






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PM Harper: Jihadist terrorism is our reality now

What all the cowardly EU politicians are avoiding to speak out in the open, 
finally finds a honest voice.....
Prime Minister Stephen Harper told a packed audience Friday in Richmond Hill 
that jihad-inspired terrorism isn’t a possibility, it’s a reality in Canada now 
and they ‘hate’ what Canada stands for!


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EU NAVFOR Operation Atlanta - Latest Headlines



Crew from EU Naval Force Warship ESPS Rayo and US 82nd Air Squadron Meet at Camp Lemonier Military Base in Djibouti
During their recent port visit to Djibouti, the Operations Officer and three pilots from the EU Naval Force Spanish warship, ESPS Rayo, met with personnel from the 82nd Expeditionary Rescue Squadron (ERSQ), who are stationed at US base, Camp Lemonnier in Djibouti.

EU Naval Force Meets Japanese Escort Division 2 at Sea
On Monday 26 January, the EU Naval Force Flagship, ITS Andrea Doria, and the Japanese warship JS Harusame met at sea in the Gulf of Aden. On board the Flagship, the Force Commander of the EU Naval Force, Rear Admiral Guido Rando, hosted the Commander of Escort Division 2, Captain Masatoshi Kashihara, and a representative from his staff.

EU Naval Force Warship FGS Lubeck Escorts Humanitarian Aid Vessel Along Somali Coastline
EU Naval Force German frigate, FGS Lubeck, has safely escorted a World Food Programme (WFP) vessel from Mombasa to the port of Kismayo in southern Somalia.

Japanese Journalists Visit EU Naval Force Operational HQ for Update on Counter-Piracy Operations
Earlier today eleven journalists from Japan visited the EU Naval Force Operational Headquarters in Northwood, UK.  During the visit the journalists were given a briefing on the European Union’s counter-piracy Operation Atalanta and the successful cooperation at sea between the EU Naval Force and Japanese Maritime Self Defence Forces.  Both forces are operating in the Gulf of Aden and Indian Ocean to help deter and disrupt piracy and protect merchant ships from pirate attack.

EU Naval Force Bids Farewell to Brigadier General Swijgman as he Hands Over the Role of Deputy Operation Commander to Rear Admiral Paolo Pezzutti
After five months, Brigadier General Dick Swijgman (Royal Netherlands Marine Corps) today handed over the role of Deputy Operation Commander (DCOM) of the European Union Naval Force Somalia – Operation Atalanta, to Rear Admiral Paolo Pezzutti (Italian Navy).

EU Naval Force Commander, Rear Admiral Guido Rando, Meets CFT 151 Rear Admiral Wanich Pakorn During Port Visit in Muscat, Oman
On 21 of January, the Force Commander of the EU Naval Force, Rear Admiral Guido Rando, hosted on board his flagship, ITS Andrea Doria, the Commander of the Combined Task Force 151 (CTF 151), Rear Admiral Wanich Pakorn.  Rear Admiral Pakorn was accompanied by his Public Affairs Officer, Commander Komol Kongboonrak, and the First Secretary of the Royal Thai Embassy in Muscat, Manasawee Tonyoopaiboon.

EU Naval Force Flagship ITS Andrea Doria Ensures Safe Delivery of 1,350 Tonnes of World Food Programme Aid to Somali People
A key role for the EU Naval Force is to protect World Food Programme (WFP) vessels carrying humanitarian aid to the Somali people from possible pirate attack.  On Monday 22 December the EU Naval Force flagship, ITS Andrea Doria, took on the important duty of escorting WFP ship, MV Liberty, 500 nautical miles from Mombasa to Mogadishu.

Spanish Chief of Defence Staff Vists EU Naval Force Warship ESPS Rayo During Port Visit to Djibouti
During their recent port visit to Djibouti, EU Naval Force warship, ESPS Rayo, welcomed the Spanish Chief of Defence Staff, General Admiral Fernando García Sánchez, on board. General Admiral García Sánchez was accompanied by several military officials, including the Fleet Admiral and Joint Operations Commander.

EU Naval Force ESPS Rayo Provides Medical Assistance During a Friendly Approach
EU Naval Force Warship ESPS Rayo provided much-needed medical assistance during a ‘friendly approach’ to local Yemeni seafarers during counter-piracy operations in the Internationally Recommended Transit Corridor (IRTC).

EUCAP Nestor, the Republic of Seychelles Coast Guard and EU Naval Force Warship Conduct Counter-Piracy Exercise at Sea
During a recent port visit to The Seychelles, the EU Naval Force flagship, ITS Andrea Doria, conducted a counter-piracy exercise called ‘Exchange 2015’ with members of the Seychelles Coast Guard and Maritime Police. The exercise was planned and coordinated with staff from EUCAP Nestor.

EU Naval Force Warship ESPS Rayo Carries Out Replenishment at Sea with United States Supply Ship USNS Charles Drew
On Friday 9 January EU Naval Force warship, ESPS Rayo, successfully conducted a Replenishment-at-Sea (RAS) with United States supply ship USNS Charles Drew in the Gulf of Aden.

EU Naval Force Warship ESPS Rayo Strengthens Relationships with Local Seafarers and Provides Medical Assistance in the Gulf of Aden
On Sunday 11 January during one of her counter-piracy patrols in the Gulf of Aden, EU Naval Force warship, ESPS Rayo, sighted several fishing vessels.  In order to develop a greater understanding of the pattern of life of local seafarers and any concerns they may have about piracy, the Spanish Navy warship’s Commanding Officer tasked his Boarding Team to carry out a ‘Friendly Approach’ visits in the Gulf of Aden.
EU NAVFOR ATALANTA
EU Naval Force (EU NAVFOR) Somalia - Operation Atalanta is part of the EU's comprehensive approach to tackle symptoms and root causes of piracy off the coast of Somalia and the EU Strategic Framework for the Horn of Africa adopted in November 2011.

EU NAVFOR conducts anti-piracy operations off the coast of Somalia and the Indian Ocean and is responsible for the protection of World Food Programme (WFP) shipping carrying humanitarian aid to the people of Somalia and Horn of Africa as well as the logistic shippings supporting the African Union troops conducting Peace Support Operations in Somalia (AMISOM). Additionally, Operation Atalanta contributes to the monitoring of fishing activity off the coast of Somalia.

For more information, please visit our website www.eunavfor.eu.
















Friday, 30 January 2015

Ambassador ret. Yoram Ettinger: A nuclear Iran threatening vital US interests




Irrespective of Israel's policies and existence, Iran's pursuit of mega-capability (nuclear) aims at removing the mega-obstacle (the US power projection), which would enable the Ayatollahs to attain their mega-goal: the domination of the Persian Gulf as a prelude to the domination of the Muslim World and then the entire globe.

According to the fact-driven "Guilty until proven innocent school of thought"– and in contrast to the hope-driven, fact-dismissing "Innocent until proven guilty school of thought” - a nuclear Iran would compound the clear, present and lethal threat posed by a conventional Iran to critical American and Western interests, to the survival of Israel, Saudi Arabia and other pro-US Arab oil-producers and to global sanity. 

Moreover, the Ayatollahs' track record (e.g., sacrificing 500,000 of its own youth on the altar of clearing minefields during the 1980-88 war against Iraq) suggests that a nuclear, apocalyptic Iran would not be contained, while tolerating Iran as a threshold nuclear power could trigger a nuclear world war.
The track record of a conventional Iran highlights the following:
*Iran annually celebrates November 4 as "Death to America Day,” commemorating the 1979 seizure of the US Embassy, featuring a burning of the American flag.
*Iran intensifies radical Shiite ideology, emphasizing the submission of humanity to the Prophet Muhammad; the submission of the "infidel” the Sharia' laws; the duty to conduct a "holy war” (Jihad) on behalf of Islam; the divinely-ordained Islamic title to land (Waqf)); the duty to expand Dar al-Islam (the residence of the "believers”) into the Dar al-Harb (the residence of the "disbelievers,” who are doomed by the sword); and the art of doubletalk and deception-based agreements, aimed at shielding the "believers” from the "disbelievers” (Taqiyyah), to be abrogated once conditions are ripe.

*Taqiyya is employed by Iran's President, Rouhani, who was Iran's chief negotiator with the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), systematically misleading and violating commitments. In September, 2002, Rouhani stated: "When we sign international treaties, it means that we are not pursuing nuclear weapons, chemical weapons or biological weapons.” He was a planner of the 1994 "AMIA terrorism,” causing the murder of 85 civilians in Buenos Aires.

*Iran is the leading sponsor of global Islamic terrorism, including hundreds of sleeper cells in the US.

*Iran intensifies cooperation with North Korea, including the joint development of a long-range missile, capable of carrying nuclear warheads, which could reach the US.
*Iran collaborates with the anti-US regimes in Venezuela, Bolivia, Ecuador and Cuba, is expanding ties with Argentina and seeking enhanced ties with Mexico.

*Iran fuels Shiite subversion and terrorism in the Persian Gulf – especially in Bahrain and the Al­-Hasa oil region of Saudi Arabia - in order to topple "apostate” regimes. Hence, the unprecedented homeland security cooperation between Israel and Arab Gulf States.

*Iran's Revolutionary Guard, weapons, training and money catapulted the anti-Saudi Shiite Houthi minority to the helm in Yemen, aiming to topple the House of Saud, as was attempted in the 1960s by Egyptian President Nasser. A stronghold in Yemen would provide the Ayatollahs with control of Bab el-Mandeb Strait, the strategic link between the Indian Ocean, the Red Sea and the Mediterranean for oil tankers and other vessels. It would generate subversion and terrorism in the neighboring pro-US Oman, which jointly (with Iran) controls the Strait of Hormuz, the only outlet for oil tankers from the Persian Gulf to the open sea.  

*Iran dominates much of Iraq, threatens the survival of the pro-US regimes of Jordan, Saudi Arabia and Kuwait, and has expanded anti-US Iraqi terrorism, as it has done in Afghanistan.
*Iran is the key supporter of Syria' Assad regime and Hezbollah, which has terrorized Lebanon , targeting Americans, as demonstrated by the two 1983 car bombs, that claimed the lives of 300 US Marines at the US Embassy and Marines headquarters in Beirut.

*The number of executions in Iran has increased during Rouhani's presidency - 721 in 2014, 665 in 2013 and 522 in 2012 – which prohibits freedom of religion, speech, press, association and expression.

Notwithstanding such a ruthless track record, the "hope-driven, fact-dismissing school of thought” considers the Ayatollahs a partner for an agreement (rather than imposition), in a region where intra-Muslim agreements are usually signed on ice, not carved in stone.  In fact, the nature of the Iranian regime, on the one hand, and compliance with agreements, on the other hand, constitute a classic oxymoron.  

Furthermore, the long term goal of denying Iran nuclear capabilities – which may require deterrence-maximizing unilateral American action - could be undermined by short-term eagerness to conclude an agreement through the ineffective deterrence-minimizing multilateral action. The overt eagerness strengthens the hand of Iran and increases the price to be paid by the West.

Recent precedents suggest that the diplomatic option is applicable to rogue regimes that abandon violence, while a credible military option should be highlighted during negotiation with rogue regimes that adhere to violence. For instance, it was the 1988 intensification of the US bombing of Iranian targets, which led Ayatollah Khomeini to reluctantly evacuate Iraqi territory and sign a ceasefire agreement with Iraq. In 2003, Gaddafi's dismantling his nuclear infrastructure, and Iran's suspending nuclear development, were triggered by the US military devastation of Saddam Hussein. However, lowering the profile of the US military option has convinced Iran that it could get away with terror and nuclear. 

Will the US learn from recent history by avoiding, or repeating, past mistakes?!


Are the Ayatollahs amenable to policy-change, or do they require a regime-change?
















If Muslims don't want cartoons about them selfs why do they do it to to others ?


The following is just a small look into Cartoons found in the Arab press.
Its by far not a deep study into the matter and is missing is much like Iran 
and many other nations.

The examples here just serve as a reminder of how defaming Cartoons can be
also to westerners.
The most striking here is the big noses on the Jews and their devilish look that 
if translated to Arabs by any Western press it would be called defaming and 
degrading and racist. 

Fact is we could not find much at all in Israel and the west that that looks evil..
Here below you will also see US president Obama depicted very disrespectfully.
(The publishers of these cartoons can be seen below)

Welcome to experience the "Arabic correct cartoons on us in the west"
while they demand that: We follow their rules they certainly don't do much of an
effort to act as role models.

We wonder where is our Western respect here ?





























Select List of Arab Media Outlets

Ad-Dustur (Jordan) — first issued on March 28, 1967, this government-owned daily expresses pro-

Palestinian and anti-Israeli views. Editor in chief: Muhammad Hasan At-Tal.

Al-Ahram (Egypt) — an Egyptian daily controlled by the Egyptian government: the president appoints the editor. The editor (and the editors of the other government owned dailies, Al-Gumhuriyya and Al- Akhbar) is given substantial leeway in his editorial practices, assuming he avoids certain “taboos.” 

Al- Ahram is the largest Arabic paper in the world and has established the Al-Ahram Regional Press Institute. It was founded in 1875.

Al-Ahram Al-‘Arabi (Egypt) — a weekly published by the Dar Al-Ahram publishing house. The editor- in-chief of the newspaper is Dr. 'Abd Al-'Ati Muhammad, and the chairman of the publishing house is Ibrahim Nafi, who is Al-Ahram’s editor in chief. Although both newspapers are published by the same publishing house, Al-Ahram and Al-Ahram Al-Arabi are different. The editorials in Al-Ahram are always supportive of government positions, while the editorials in Al-Ahram al-Arabi are critical of the government and also other countries. The paper publishes very strong anti-Israeli views.

Al-‘Arab Online (United Kingdom) – Arab daily newspaper. Its editor-in-chief is Mohamed Ahmed El- Houni.

Al-Ayyam (Palestinian Authority) – A wide-spread Palestinian daily based primarily in Ramallah. It is supportive of the Fatah movement and was established in 1995. The editor in chief is Akram Haniyyeh.

Al-Bayan (United Arab Emirates) — owned by the Al-Bayan Foundation for Press, Printing and Publication. The newspaper was founded in 1980 and the editor is Hasher Al-Mektom, a member of the royal family.

Al-Ghad (Jordan) — an independent and privately sponsored mainstream daily. Today the paper is less anti-Israel than it used to be.

Al-Hayat (United Kingdom) — a London-based pan-Arab daily, which reflects the general tone in the Arab world and tends to publish scoops.

Al-Hayat Al-Jadida (Palestinian Authority) - The official Palestinian Authority daily.


Al-Iqtisadiyya (Saudi Arabia) – economics-focused daily, and its editor-in-chief is Salman Aldossary.

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Al-Ittihad (United Arab Emirates) — it was first issued on October 20, 1969. The editor-in-chief is Rashid Salih Al-'Arimi. It is a government daily, which emphasizes the government’s policy and its achievements in domestic and foreign affairs. The paper publishes all kinds of news related to the Arab and Muslim arena. It has a wide network of correspondents in Arab countries and the west. The paper is being published by Emirates Media (www.emi.ae).

Al-Jarida (Kuwait) - Arabic daily newspaper that launched in July 2007, and is among the top 3 most circulated newspapers in the country. The newspaper has offices in Cairo and Beirut. The paper is owned by Mohammed Al-Sayegh, the former editor in-chief of Al-Qabas newspaper. The editor-in-chief is Khalid Hilal al-Matiri.

Al-Jazeera TV (Qatar) - A popular Qatari news channel accessible throughout the Arab world, launched in 1996, and headed by Sheikh Hamad bin Thamer bin Mohammed bin Thani Al-Thani. It broadly covered the uprisings in the Arab world. The cartoons were posted on Al-Jazeera’s website.

Al-Khalij (United Arab Emirates) — The country’s largest Arabic language newspaper; it is privately- owned. It was founded in 1970.

Al-Madina (Saudi Arabia) – A Saudi daily established in 1937. The editor in chief is Fahd Hasan Al ‘Aqran. It is one of the earliest Saudi newspapers and it is based primarily in Jeddah.

Al-Qabas (Kuwait) – Self-described “Independent” political daily, first published on Feb. 22, 1972, and it’s editor-in-chief is Walid ‘Abd Al-Latif An-Nasf.

Al-Quds al-Arabi (United Kingdom) – A London based pan Arab daily first issued in 1989 by Palestinian expatriates. The paper is published by the Al-Quds al-Arabi Foundation for Publishing and Media. Editor in-chief: Abd al-Bari Atwan

Al-Watan (Qatar) — Al-Watan is one of the five Qatari dailies. Al-Watan’s chairman is Hamad bin Sahim Al Thani, a member of the royal family (all of the papers are owned by different branches of the royal family). The Foreign Minister, Hamad Bin Jasim Bin Jabir Al Thani, owns half of the newspaper. It was founded in 1995.

Al-Watan (Saudi Arabia) — a daily owned by the governor of the Asir district.

Ar-Rai (Jordan) — first issued in 1971, it is a government daily which expresses the approaches of the Jordanian regime. The editor-in-chief is 'Abd Al-Wahab Zaghilat.

Ar-Raya (Qatar) — a government-sponsored daily edited by Yusuf Muhammad Darwish and published through the Gulf Company, which belongs to the royal family.

Ash-Sharq (Qatar) — a daily newspaper edited and managed by Mr. 'Abd Al-Latif Al-Mahmud and part of the Ash-Sharq publishing and printing house. The Ash-Sharq house board is headed by one of the royal family members.

As-Sabil (Jordan) – Newspaper published since 1993, that became a daily in 2009. Filastin (Gaza) — Affiliated with Hamas. It was first issued in May 2007.

Oman (Oman) — first issued in November 1972, it is a government affiliated paper. The editor-in-chief is 'Abdallah Bin Nasir Ar-Rahabi.

Ukaz (Saudi Arabia) – a Saudi daily. Editor in chief is Abdullah Saleh Kamel. 












Belgium MoFA: Democratic Republic of the Congo


 Press Release

Minister Reynders welcomes start of FARDC military operations against FDLR

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Didier Reynders welcomes the announcement, today, of the start of the military operations by the Armed Forces of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (FARDC), with the support of MONUSCO, against the Democratic Forces for the Liberation of Rwanda (FDLR). These operations are necessary to neutralize this armed group, and to force it to disarm, as the FDLR refused to demobilize completely and unconditionally within the 6 month delay that was granted to it by the International Conference on the Great Lakes Region (CIRGL) and the South African Development Community (SADC).

Didier Reynders fully supports the process of demobilization and reintegration of former FDLR fighters, but insists that FDLR leaders who committed serious human rights violations will be held accountable.

Minister Reynders reminds all parties that they must respect the rules of international humanitarian law, to protect the civilian population from violence at all times. He is grateful to all humanitarian workers and UN, international and national organizations that provide humanitarian assistance to all civilians in extremely difficult conditions.






















U.S. DoS Press statement: Democratic Republic of the Congo




Welcoming the Start of Military Operations Against the FDLR


Press Statement
Jen Psaki
Department Spokesperson
Washington, DC
January 29, 2015


The United States welcomes the announcement by the Government of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) of the start of military operations against the Democratic Forces for the Liberation of Rwanda (FDLR), an armed group that has inflicted immeasurable suffering on the civilian population of eastern DRC and Rwanda for over 20 years. The UN Security Council has mandated the UN Organization Stabilization Mission in the DRC (MONUSCO) to protect civilians and, in support of the DRC authorities, to neutralize armed groups including the FDLR. Last July, the International Conference on the Great Lakes Region (ICGLR) and the Southern African Development Community (SADC) gave the FDLR, including its leadership, a clear deadline of January 2, 2015 to surrender fully and unconditionally or face military consequences. However, the FDLR failed to deliver on its promise to surrender and instead used this period to continue to commit human rights abuses, recruit new combatants, and pursue its illegitimate political agenda.
In October, the ICGLR and SADC heads of state reaffirmed that military action should take place in the absence of a full surrender of the FDLR, and on January 8, the UN Security Council reiterated the need to neutralize the FDLR through immediate military operations.
The United States fully supports DRC military operations with MONUSCO against those members of the FDLR who have failed to surrender. We encourage the DRC and MONUSCO to continue their coordination and joint planning and to take immediate steps to end the threat from the FDLR.
We stress the importance of these military operations being conducted in a way that protects and minimizes the impact on civilians, in accordance with international law, including international humanitarian law, and in line with the UN’s human rights due diligence policy. The neutralization of the FDLR will contribute to long-term peace and stability for the people of the Great Lakes region.















Saturday, 24 January 2015

Goodbye Swedish Culture And Welcome Official (Racist) Multiculturalism










The following is intended to give "you the reader a picture about Sweden's" Islamism and antisemitism as reported by Sweden's national TV, and YouTube , Russia and more sources...
A good introduction the matter gives Pat Connell  with is this video that is not new but 3 years old....however will still surprise you as much as if it was made yesturday....


video
(Pat Condell :Goodbye Sweden, Hello Islam)


Sweden's secret police SÄPO has many times claimed to keep track on terror trained Swedes already 2012 such a comment in it self speaks loud and clear that the they refuse to say Islamists but think its politically correct to share the blame on Christians Buddhists and Jews for all the terrorism and evil that Islamism brings along.

Lets ask our selfs a honest question.
Did any non Muslims go to fight in Somalia or Syria or Iraq ?
The answer is no.
Why cant muslims be blamed for what they do ?
Are they beyond Swedish law ? 
Why do they enjoy rights that organized criminality doesn't enjoy?
Because if we think of it Islamism is internationally organized and 
therefore should be treated as a international threat, as much as 
other groups that brake laws over and over. 
There should not difference who repeatedly brakes any law and if a group
stand for much crime then their status should not be any different than 
that of any other illegally operating organisation.








The world press has written much about Jew hate in Sweden and mostly in the South like Gothenburg or Malmo...but much has also written it self ...


frontpagemagazine.com see original link below




So now finally after the Paris attacks. Let us show you A Swedish very popular TV program that goes by the name, "Uppdrag Granskning" or in English: "Mission find out " made a program called Jew hate in Malmö.....

We managed to find the entire documentary with a Google translation to English that isn't by far as good as it would deserve to be. The documentary reflects Sweden now and also includes how a reporter carries a David star  and a Jewish so called Kippa on the head. The comments are raining down on them ...See it and learn about how racist Sweden's Multiculturalism can be.

















English links:

6 Out of 10 Swedish Mosques Told Muslim Women to Accept Beatings and Polygamy
Sweden: Mosque advises Muslim women: don’t report abusive husbands - Secular Europe Campaign - for universal human rights
Islam versus Europe: Girl Blogger Thrown Out of Cocktail Bar By Immigrant Bouncer Because She Voted Sweden Democrat
Is a Country Merely Empty Space? | FrontPage Magazine


A Russian documentary on  Scandinavia or North must be one of the very best.

MUSLIM PROBLEMS SCANDINAVIA? - YouTube

Links to many local news in Swedish.
"Viktigt att hålla koll på svenska IS-krigarna" | Nyheter | Expressen
Säpo bevakar terrortränade svenskar
Thoralf Alfsson -
Åklagare säger: ”Svårt att få återvändande IS-terrorister dömda”
De vedervärdiga överfallsrånen av yngre fortsätter i nya mångkulturella Sverige
Video från Uppdrag Granskning: Judehatet i Malmö