The Swedish IS fighter Michael Skråmo, 29, is now sending a greeting from Syria to Muslims in Sweden: Blow up Swedes.
- Start making bombs from simple stuff from Ica and Coop. Kill a kafir (non-Muslim), reads the Swede's calling.
Michael Skråmo grew up in Gothenburg and converted to Islam about a decade ago. Last fall, he went a step further with his faith - and he took his wife and four small children and traveled to Syria to fight with the terrorist group Islamic State, IS.
In a new update on Facebook Skråmo - or "Abdul Samad al Swedi" as he calls himself today, calls for Muslims in Sweden to come down to the Arab world and do jihad. But if they do not have that opportunity, they can start killing Swedes instead, he says.
"The Muslim enemy is all others. We are against them. Download the Inspire magazine and start making bombs from the simple stuff from ICA or Coop, you select ..." [sic] writes Michael Skråmo in the post, which attracted the attention of the journalist Per Gudmundson.
Every good Muslim has a duty to kill Swedes and other "infidels". Then you are secured a place in paradise, explains Skråmo.
"Islam is jihad in all shapes and we are here to dominate the world with the sword," he writes.
Before he became engaged in jihad, Michael Skråmo was involved in several tax-funded Muslim organizations in Sweden. Among other things, he was a lecturer at the Islamic Sweden United Muslims, recently awarded SEK 300,000 in grants from the Agency for Youth and civil matters, in order to combat "racism and intolerance".
In 2009, SVT's program "Debate" invited the Swede as an expert on "Islamophobia". He then wanted to combat what he believed was a racist image of Muslims as bearded men with AK-47s.
- This fear is based on ignorance of Islam, said Michael Skråmo in the SVT program.
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