Lars Hedegaard is a Danish historian, journalist and author who established the International Free Press Society in 2004, and because he is outspoken about Islam, in 2013, an assassin posing as a postman attempted to shoot Hedegaard in his home. The attempt failed, and the assailant escaped.
Recently Hedegaard received a disturbing call from a friend in Sweden, he writes on Facebook:
On December 29, 2016 I received a call from a friend in Sweden. I've known him for years and I know he would not lie.
My friend had just come back from a new refugee center, which is directly opposite his house in a small southern Swedish village.
Before he went over, he had been visited by a little Muslim girl who knocked on the door and said that her father wanted to talk to him. And since my friend is no coward, he went over to the center on the other side of the street.
Here he met the girl's father, who introduced himself as a Palestinian and told that he was 42. He was adorned with the obligatory salafist beard and radiated evil, which more and more of us Westerners have come to know.
"I know who you are and what you stand for," said the holy warrior. "I know what you write on Facebook, and who your friends are. But although we have come to Sweden to seize power, do not be afraid. You can safely remain, and in this town, nothing will happen" - meaning: It will elsewhere, until Allah has conquered the Swedes.
"Allah will conquer the Swedes, who are too stupid to understand what's happening," said the salafist.
"Why do you think he would give you that message?" I asked.
"I do not know, can you give me an explanation?"
"I can not think of any other explanation than that he wanted to scare you and your neighbors by demonstrating who now holds the power in your town. Nothing is probably more powerful than to inform you that at any time he can crush you and your family, but that you so far are off the hook. As long as you do not interfere with his holy war. "
"Sweden is lost," said my friend. "What can we do? The State is well on Islam's side. How many brave men and women can I mobilize to drive this vermin out?"
"Probably none," I replied.
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