More riots, car fires and stone-throwing in the so-called no-go zone Rosengard in southern Sweden on Monday. The police were primarily targeted. Commanding police officers commented: “I am sad”, “it is extremely regrettable” and “small sparks can make it explode”.
The Swedes are getting tired of these riots and the weakness of politicians and the Swedish police force that tends to embrace the rioters rather than the victimized Swedish people.
The riots started on the Sunday night. Several disturbances were reported in Rosengard, Malmo. There were fires in garbage rooms and garages, car fires and people throwing stones at police cars. After midnight new fires were started and the stone-throwing resumed on Monday (Sep 4).
The riots followed new Koran burnings on Sunday. A violent riot took place at Varnhem when Salwan Momika burned another Koran and three people were arrested.
The police also commenced camera surveillance with drones in Rosengård on Sunday evening, due to the incident at Varnhem.
Police are investigating links to the Koran burnings. Muslims used banners protesting against the Koran burnings.
“It is difficult not to see any connection,” the police told SVT.se, the Swedish state-controlled media outlet.
In social media, thousands of Swedes are outraged about the Swedish politicians who never learn how to handle the frequent koran burnings, extreme Muslim rioting and ongoing assaults of Swedish atheist youngsters.
Muslim anti-free speech riots plague Sweden again.
“No, you do not burn cars and throw stones at the police because you are offended. This primitive instinct needs to be addressed more clearly..” writes Alice Teodorescu Mawe, a former advisor for Moderaterna, Sweden’s… pic.twitter.com/QfmpDYdZYL
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“No, you do not burn cars and throw stones at the police because you are offended. This primitive instinct needs to be addressed more clearly because it is central to the development that is taking place,” writes Alice Teodorescu Mawe, a former advisor for Moderaterna, Sweden’s third-largest party.
“The police are afraid that the perpetrators of violence will be upset if they intervene against those who throw stones and burn cars!: …. “think a few times about where it will lead us! What a society we get when law enforcement does not dare to maintain order!” writes Mons Krabbe (conservative) on X.
- SVT: Police chief on the riots in Rosengård: “I’m sad”
- SVT: Car fires and stone throwing in Rosengård overnight
- DGS: Citizens are getting fed up with violent riots