Swedish rapists ‘enjoy impunity’: Amnesty International
Can you imagine how bad things must be when even Amnesia Intentional notices something that the Swedes themselves don’t dare to mention?
Sweden needs to do much more to clamp down on rapists, according to reports from Amnesty International and the United Nations. Jennifer Heape examines the disparity between the country’s high incidence ofÂ rapeÂ and its low conviction rate.
- Sweden tops European rape leagueÂ (27 Apr 09)
- Woman jailed for rape of teenage girlsÂ (21 Apr 09)
- Prosecutor: giving the pill to teens aids rapeÂ (16 Apr 09)
Sweden’s image as an international forerunner in the fight for gender equality has been damaged by recent reports comparingÂ rapeÂ statistics across various countries.
Sweden: Police attacked by 50 “youths” in Muslim-dominated area
We see a continuing escalation of this low-grade civil war in Europe. What next, walled off city-states?
One thing is for certain. Europe is going to explode.
Jihadwatch:Â Extremist imams, patrolling Muslim father groups and homemade sharia courts can operate safely in Europe’s Muslim-dominated areas, while non-Islamic authorities are regularly attacked. I am glad to see that the Swedish police won this one, though I fear that they will not be able to control the streets in just a few years. ViaÂ 10news.dk, translated fromÂ AvpixlatÂ by NicolaiÂ Sennels:
On Sunday evening inÂ SkÃ¤ggetorpÂ a riot broke out involving some 50 youths attacking the police with stones and fireworks.
It all began with an assault at 18 pm, when a man was ambushed by several masked attackers.
A police officer was injured whenÂ he was hit on the leg by a stone. Another police officer went to the hospital with a hand injury. Besides throwing stones and firecrackers, the “youth” built road blocks with road signs.
At midnight, the police managed to encircle about 30 youths from the mob, and got them down on the ground and then arrested them. 50 of people who attended the attack have been identified, most of whom were born in the 90s and are affiliated with gangs. (Pamela Geller)