Swedish "rape" article taken offline?In the very first post I made on this blog, about an apparent Muslim rape epidemic in Sweden and Norway, I made a link to a story in Sydsvenskan, a Swedish newspaper for the Malmö region. The link is the first one given in red in the original story, in other words, this one. Now, the funny thing is, I just tried to click on the story again, and the original article seems to have disappeared. I just end up in the main page of the newspaper. Is this just me, or is anybody else experiencing the same thing? By searching, I did manage to find a related story, but not the same as the first one. I am 100 % certain that the link worked and was correct a few weeks ago. Did somebody decide to take it offline? This has reportedly happened at this newspaper before. A mosque in Malmö burnt to the ground a while ago. After it turned out that it was probably an "inside job" by Muslims themselves, some of the newspaper articles that had been made about the story quietly disappeared from the Internet.
UPDATE: A reader from the Czech Republic (who has to be Scandinavian) found the relevant article, just under a different URL. So it hadn't been taken offline after all. Still, when Aftenposten for instance changed their URLs for some articles they left the new URLs in the window. It is unprofessional of Sydsvenskan to just suddenly remove links that were only a few weeks old.