When the national broadcaster, Swedish Television (SVT) on Thursday reported on the terrorist state IS' rampage against the world heritage site Palmyra in Syria, it used a different term for terrorists. IS-fighters, or terrorists as they are usually called, became "activists" on SVT.
The debate on the Islamic state has been raging in Sweden since the majority in the capital Stockholm city wants to help returning terrorists with jobs and housing, for in this way to get them to enter society again, as they reason. Meanwhile, people are beheaded, tortured and raped daily, by the same people Stockholm cares so much for.
During a report on Thursday evening which was about the terrorist state advances against the World Heritage site in Palmyra in Syria the television anchor Katarina Sandström also told that refugees are now allowed to be released into the Iraqi capital Baghdad. It was in connection with this that the terrorists got the more innocent designation "activists".
- Earlier, refugees have been prevented from entering into the capital because the authorities feared that IS-activists were hiding among them and thus would get into Baghdad, Sandstrom explained in the SVT Report.
In the debate on the return of the IS-terrorists, many critics believe that there is a naive view of the Islamic state. One of the critics is Afram Yakoub, chairman of the Assyrian Federation. He earlier told how Assyrians were forced to flee Iraq because of the IS terrorist's advances.
Earlier we reported that Mona Sahlin, the coordinator against violent extremism in Sweden, refused to say IS-terrorists too, but named them "returnees". So, returning activists then? Peace...
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