Sweden: Leaked Police Report Lists 8 New No-Go Areas — 23 in Total


Democrats, Muslim apologists and pretty much anyone on the left would have it believed that no-go zones are fabrications of the mind — but a leaked police report in Sweden shows otherwise.

In Sweden, 23 such zones exist, where gangs, religious extremism — Islamic beliefs — and other such mindsets have isolated the communities to the point where police can’t even police.

Other reports put the number of no-go zones even higher, hitting 55.

Sweden’s no-go zones have expanded to include 23 neighborhoods.

Sharia law is rampant; basic order and justice are gone.

From The Old Continent:

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“The number of “vulnerable areas” in Sweden has increased by eight – up from 15 two years ago, which means a rise of more than 50 percent. Despite greater resources, Swedish law enforcement agencies are unable to halt the spreading of gangs, extremism, and lawlessness in many new urban districts, turning them into virtual no-go zones.

“The Swedish newspaper “Dagens Nyheter” (paywall) managed to obtain the classified information, daily Aftonbladet reports. According to the secret study performed by the National Operations Department (NOA), the new vulnerable areas are Norrby and Hässleholmen (in Boras), Tynnered, Grevgården, and Opaltorget (in Gothenburg), Karlslund (Landskrona), Nydala, Hermodsdal, and Lindängen (Malmo), Fittja and Alby (Stockholm), and Gottsunda in the city of Uppsala.

“They have now joined ranks with Sweden’s most notorious urban districts such as Rinkeby, in Stockholm, and the Malmo-precinct called Rosengard (the Rose Garden). These neighbourhoods contain the following characteristics, the report concludes:

“There exist parallel structures of society, police experience difficulties in fulfilling its mission, which is partly due to an unwillingness of the population to participate in legal proceedings, proximity to other vulnerable areas, and violent religious (i.e. ‘Islamic’) extremism is rife.”

Citizens of these mostly migrant communities and neighborhoods won’t talk to police because they fear retribution from the gangs and Islamic leaders — and because they doubt anything would be done to change the situation.

Again, from the news blog:

“Following the leak, Linda Staaf, who heads the national police NOA’s intelligence department, told DN that:

“‘Some of these areas should have been classified as especially vulnerable in the previous report in 2015, but that the police had then not collected enough information to properly assess the situation there. In comparison to the last report, we now have more knowledge and a better picture.'”

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