Guest post by Peter Imanuelsen, more commonly known as PeterSweden
More Swedish insanity!
The Swedish migration authorities have announced that they are opposed to deporting several alleged ISIS terrorists who are currently on trial for preparing acts of terrorism in Sweden.
This because they risk “torture and prosecution” in their home countries.
David Idrisson (formerly named Farkhod Tashmukhamedov Ghulamovich), Atabek Abdullaev and Bakhtiyor Umarov stand accused of preparing acts of terrorism. Two of the men are from Uzbekistan and the third is from Kyrgyzstan. The men have been in possession of a large amount of chemicals and instructions on how to manufacture bombs and gas from said chemicals. Security services have also discovered bags with bayonets, gas masks and bullet proof vests.
Furthermore pictures have been found on the suspects phones and computers of potential targets at the central train station in Stockholm, as well as ISIS propaganda. One photo portrayed President Trump and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu as targets.
Evidence from the court case, one of the propaganda images found on suspects device.
According to Klas Friberg, the chief of Swedish security services SÄPO, they believe that they have managed to stop a terrorist attack in Sweden. The prosecutor in the case, Per Lindqvist has also said he believes a terrorist attack which had the potential to cause serious harm to Sweden has been stopped. He wants the men to be sentenced to around 10 years prison and deportation to their home countries of Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan.
But now Swedish newspaper Expressen reports that the migration authorities are opposed to deporting the suspects because they risk “torture and prosecution” in their home countries.
It has earlier been reported that there has been “asylum activism” going on at the Swedish migration authorities, with employees being against restrictions on asylum. In 2016 it was reported that employees worked overtime to grant asylum to as many people as possible.
Just recently a returning Jihadi has been arrested on suspicion of murdering a person in Sweden after his return.