Voice Of Europe
October 5, 2018
As it happens, ISIS recruiter operates a free school in Sweden. Years ago the thought of it would have been scandalous. Today’s Sweden, it will likely barely raise an eyebrow.
Sweden’s Security Police, SÄPO, report that the identified activities of the president of the Science School in Gothenburg reveal the reason Sweden’s second-largest city produces the largest number of jihadists, producing roughly 300, or one-third of Sweden’s jihadists.
Having been previously reported for ties with Islamism and employees expressing sympathies for ISIS, the president and principal, Abdel Nasser El Nadi, denies accusations of Islamism, claiming that he has five children born in Sweden and saying he is striving to protect its society.
There has been no formal charges against him, but El Nadi, 53, is a long-time recruiter for Muslim extremism and is present on SÄPO’s Islamist extremists list. The list contains roughly 2000 people, according to Swedish terrorism watchdog Doku.
This article was posted: Friday, October 5, 2018 at 7:24 am