Should Israel Send Peacekeeping Forces to Sweden?Should Israel send peacekeeping forces to Sweden, now that they have some troops to spare following the Gaza withdrawal? They could send special envoy Benjamin Netanyahu to carve up some borders and give southern Sweden to Muslims. And then he could get the Nobel Peace Prize for his efforts:
Jihad is Only an Inner Struggle
A high school teacher in Malmö, Sweden, discovered that about a dozen Arab students were laughing and shouting "Allahu Akbar!" while watching a DVD of infidel hostages being beheaded in Iraq. The headmaster didn't think the incident was such a big deal.
Apparently, this wasn't the only such incident:
Security police to monitor children
Swedish security police unit Säpo plans to keep tabs on Muslim schoolchildren who express admiration for suicide bombers and other terrorists. Teachers are expected to assist in monitoring the attitudes of young pupils, and the plan has sparked strong reactions, newspaper Aftonbladet reports. Talks are already planned between school authorities and Säpo, and many educators do not feel that watching and reporting on students is part of their job. Sweden's Liberal Party is behind the proposal. "We see for us a form of information exchange: Säpo should inform teachers about these (dangerous) groups but the schools should also give important information to Säpo about how young people think," said Liberal Party MP Lotta Edholm. "If one is going to observe students on a very vague basis and do what Säpo has asked it could have long-term and destructive consequences for the individual student," Eva-Lis Preisz of the National Union of Teachers in Sweden told Aftonbladet.
"Get teachers to spy on danger pupils"
Teachers in Stockholm could be asked to report pupils who praise suicide bombers, if new proposals are put into action. But Säpo, Sweden’s security police, say that they are cautious about any moves to turn teachers into informers. The proposal for teachers and security police to start cooperating, which will be put before the city’s education committee next week, was originally the idea of the Liberal Party. The party came up with the idea after the London terror attacks in July, in which the bombers were young Muslim men, one as young as 18. The Liberal Party’s Lotta Edholm told Aftonbladet “Muslim extremism is now a threat against a number of pupils in Stockholm’s schools.”
No Place in Malmö Schools for Underground Kids
The authorities in the southern city of Malmö have decided that the children of underground asylum-seekers will no longer be allowed in schools. The official who chaired the meeting says any other decision would have violated the law, but in reporting the story, the newspaper “Sydsvenska Dagbladet” says the decision violated the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Child, which says all children have a right to education. Another official says despite the ruling, individual principals will be allowed to let in such children on their own discretion. But a member of a group working with asylum seekers in Malmö says the new ruling will give principals an excuse to exclude the underground children. In the last year nine out of ten asylum seekers have been refused permission to live in Sweden, and thousands have chosen to go underground to stay here.
Jihad in Swedish Schools
At least 139 schools in Sweden suffered arson attacks during 2002 alone. Such as an incident in Malmö, where three schools were put on fire during one night. "Teenage boys" are suspected to behind the arson. Björn Vinberg from the fire department in Kroksbäck in the Malmö area says it's humiliating and degrading to put out fires again and again in the same immigrant areas, with school kids laughing at them and lighting a new one just afterwards. His colleagues have been to the same place no less than twenty times, all totally unnecessary. The Swedish Radio programme 'Kaliber' reported on Sunday that "almost all" Islamic schools and congregations in Sweden have contacted potential sponsors in Saudi Arabia. Many of these Saudi foundations ask for influence in return.
Violence and threats pose such a big problem in high schools in Malmö, that the local school board wants to install surveillance cameras and security guards in the buildings. The plans, which are to be carried out next fall, include tougher control of students’ comings and goings, and equipping school staff with security buttons, so that they can alert security guards if they are attacked. The city’s education director Matz Nilsson said unruly and aggressive students had become a more common sight in the high schools of Malmö, the home of some of Scandinavia’s biggest and roughest slums. ‘Schools must have their grounds under control,’ he said. ‘We must establish receptions to control who enters and leaves school buildings.’ ‘There is no way around it, we must have camera surveillance,’ said Kay Nilsson, the school board’s security chief. Malmö’s high school reported 125 students to the police last year, compared with 71 in 2003.
All-Arabic Preschool Classes in Swedish City
Malmö, Sweden's third largest city, has now taken another step towards its Islamization: Starting from the fall of 2005, the district of Hyllie will begin education in Arabic only for groups of immigrant preschool children. The idea is that once the children learn the language of their parents, it will become easier for them to learn Swedish as well.