A large number of IS terrorists in Sweden - no control

 
A large number of IS terrorists in Sweden - no control
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There is a larger number of terrorists who have fought for the Islamic State in Syria and Iraq, and who now move around freely in the Swedish society. The authorities have no control of the situation, it was revealed in SVT's "Agenda" yesterday.

Around 150 terrorists who fought for the Islamic State in Syria and Iraq, have returned to Sweden, The authorities in Sweden have no control of the terrorists or the situation. The government is, after almost three years of ISIS, still discussing new measures, and has as usual scrapped those that didn't work, including a "terrorist hotline" that concerned people could call.

The only authority that possibly/hopefully keeps track of the terrorists, is the Security Police (Säpo), but they will not share their information with other authorities, meaning that local social workers have no clue that a genuine ISIS jihadist is knocking on the door, unless they find out for themselves.

Officials who are working to pay out benefits to immigrants in the so-called vulnerable areas, namely report that they sometimes see their clients in videos from the Islamic State.

- We can see in the media sometimes, pictures of our local residents, where they stand in the picture with a Kalashnikov and the ISIS flag, says social worker Betty Byvald, who works in the immigrant dense suburb of Angered in Gothenburg.

She says in the reportage that terrorists who have fought for the Islamic State for a long time, now live as ordinary people in Sweden, like nothing ever happened.

Säpo states that the terrorists who return to the West, now are prompted by the Islamic State not try to go back to the Middle East. Instead, they are ordered to carry out acts of terrorism against the West where they are. Which has already happened in several European cities recently.

They should be deemed ticking bombs (literally) who constitute a major threat to the countries they live in. But not in Sweden, where they have a more liberal and relaxed approach to terrorism and terrorists of the worst kind, where the liberalism/naivety or worse, also apply when terrorists seek asylum:

READ: Sweden - Terrorist sanctuary

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These terrorists of course, come in addition to the Swedish nationals who have fought for ISIS, and many may have slipped passed Säpo's increasingly panicking eyes.

- Sweden is fairly unique because we are one of the countries that exported the heads of major terrorist attacks in Europe. There are no Danes, Norwegians or Germans in the worst terrorist attacks we have seen in Europe in recent years, linked to the Islamic State, says terrorism researcher Magnus Ranstorp.

Social services throughout Sweden now urge Säpo to share the information, to let them know who the terrorists are, those who have come back to Sweden and are highly dangerous.

The only thing is that Säpo are most likely losing control too. The number of terrorists coming back or discovered in the Swedish society, is simply getting too big - with much more radicalisation to come, for the understaffed and unprepared Säpo to try to avert:

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