An Iraqi soldier is in tears after hearing how enemy ISIS terrorists are treated when they return to Sweden, as thousands are fleeing the fighting in his homeland. At the same time he warns that IS would take Sweden in hours.
- I actually did not know how I could explain this, how an IS terrorist got TV time in Sweden, to sit and talk about how bad it is for him, and that a Swedish minister said that there should be programs to help ISIS into society.
While IS tonight fired chemical gas into central Mosul, writes Expressen's Magda Gad, who reports on the developments in Mosul, the city where the Iraqi army is fighting a bloody battle against ISIS.
In the end I decided to tell a soldier who has fought against IS and risked his life to fight against IS.
He had tears in his eyes.
I think it is my worst moment in Iraq, and I have been under heavy bombardment by IS many times.
- IS has fired chemical gas in central Mosul at the hotel Ashur. People who fought there have suffered respiratory problems, difficulties to see, eyes running, coughing and burning and itching of the skin. Some vomited and some lost consciousness.
I asked the soldier how many days he thinks that IS would need to take Sweden.
- Not days. Hours. In a few hours.
She points out that Sweden has already produced IS terrorists who have committed terrorism in Europe.
Osama Krayem and Moahmmed Belkaid are two IS Swedes who have been involved in terrorist attacks in Europe - in Paris and Brussels:
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TOTAL REFUGEE CRISIS: Since the offensive against western Mosul began on February 19, 2017 the Iraqi authorities have registered 99,852 refugees. Only in the last day, Sunday, over 10 000 civilians fled from the south west. There are people who have fled the fierce fighting, who left their homes and who for several months has suffered food shortages. About half are children. Many are in need of medical care.
And still there are at least 600,000 civilians remaining - surrounded in western Mosul, writes Magda Gad.
She tells of terrible conditions and several mass graves discovered.
Here is a fictional and an imaginary (possible) future scenario. It describes a video smuggled out of Sweden after the country has been taken over by ISIS (after a few hours), similar to those early reports that came out of Syria and Iraq. Read on:
READ: ISIS has taken Sweden - thousands beheaded or captured
However, according to IS' own manifesto, it is not fiction, but a prediction.
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