Saturday, 20 June 2015

Finland: Not only full of tourists but also by IS Scouts


Just as we at SDR where warned by Kurd´s that the areas of Espoo and other near by 
have been seen as dangerous for liberal Muslims dressing freely and that some Somali 
women was boasting in Arabic openly how her boy died  hero (Syria or Iraq?)  

Wrong message sent by the secret  police
After last months closure of a interfaith discussion (An Initiative by the Finnish Parliament) SUPO the Finnish secret police advised to close the event due to threats as the Mohammed Cartoons Mr Vilks was supposed to be a part of the event. We van just imagine how glad many of the Islamic groups became after this ....seeing a western national secret police bending for what they see divine law.

We at SDR promised that this will be seen by radicals as a opportunity by a weak
nation that does rather hit the deck ... that face attackers....(as seen by radicals naturally)
(See link to post below)

The following was reported by Finnish Yle:



IS wants me: Young refugee resists extremist scouts

The extremist organisation Islamic State is recruiting youngsters from immigrant backgrounds in Finland to join ranks of fighters. That’s according to one young refugee who’s been five years in the country, Habat. He told Yle that particularly during the long and idle summer months, there are dozens of young drifters ripe for enlistment.



Habat pakeni Mogadishusta viisi vuotta sitten 14-vuotiaana.

Espoo resident Habat came to Finland when he was just a boy of 14. Estimates put the number of young men like him in the hundreds. They come from places like Afghanistan, Iraq and Somalia. Many have no jobs and aren’t in school.

Habat said that the extremist recruiters know just whom to talk to. They point out that the youths are in a country where they have no future. 
If they joined Islamic State they would get money, status, they’d go to paradise and would even be considered holy. “Come join us to free the faithful, we have the power to control the world. ” Habat said, quoting the recruiters' pitch...  He said that he came to know many youths in similar circumstances at the refugee centre in which he lived.  Most of them, like him, had no family in Finland. In spite of the staggering odds against him, 19-year-old Habat now has a summer job at an elder care facility in Helsinki. 
He pointed out that all of his peers would like to work, but aren’t given the opportunity to make a breakthrough into the job market, not even in low-paying positions like warehouse work or cleaning.
He said that sport is another area to constructively channel young men’s energies. However in Finland, playing football costs money.
“Everyone plays football. I believe that some of them could even play for the national team. But you have to belong to a club and that costs. A friend and I were in Espoo FC, but the player’s license was too expensive and we had to give it up,” he explained.
The temptations to go abroad looking for self-validation are huge, Habat explained. He said that men claiming to be imams urge rootless young men to go abroad to fight. “And the boys believe them. 
How can I explain it? When you’re nothing it doesn’t take much,” he added.
The pull to leave also comes from those who’ve already been recruited to join the fighting abroad.“In social media guys from Syria say, ‘Look, out here I’m a king, we have everything.’ Some might comment, ‘Wow, good for you.’ The recruiters check to see who has commented and go to speak to them,” Habat remarked.
He claimed that there are many scouts, most of them older men who either live in Finland or visit the country. He noted that in the Somali culture, youngsters respect their elders.“A man may follow you looking for the right moment to talk. In public transportation, on the bus, at some event or in the mosque. It could be anywhere. You are his target,” Habat said.
Luring young men to leave Finland seems to be easier during the summer Habat noted. 
That’s when the days stretch out and many youths are idle for extended periods. There's no school or work and everyone is fasting during the holy month of Ramadan. It’s more difficult during the winter when people tend to stay indoors.
Habat noted that language is an important starting point in preventing war scouts from nabbing young men in Finland.
There are about 100 young men considering taking their chances in armed conflicts abroad. Habat said he has urged them to start over and to study while they are still young and have time. “These young men need something to do. They need homes. They need to feel they belong,” he stated.
In contradiction to his comment and SDR´s estimates :
Finland's security intelligence police SUPO say they know of 60 individuals who have left the country to fight in Syria...We all know that such a number is not reasonable and is most likely based on some limited source.
Fact is that Finland's approximately year old  Anti terror group by SUPO is about as effective as putting a no parking sign for radicals in front of mosques.
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