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Sweden: Chief of Anti-Crime Unit Says Stockholm Suburb is Like a War Zone


The head of the national crime unit in Sweden said Stockholm in particular has been turned into a war zone, in large part because of the increasing number of no-go zones put in place by those adhering to sharia law.

Talk about a travesty.

Sweden used to be a place of beauty, an attractive spot for tourists. Now?

Stay home and stay away — those seem the orders for the day.

Look at what life inside a no-go zone in Sweden looks like:

Voice of Europe has more on the current plight of Stockholm:

Lise Tamm, head of the national unit against organised crime, remarked in a Swedish radio interview that the situation in the Stockholm suburb of Rinkeby is so serious, that it can be compared with a war zone. She added:

“When the police work there, they work like how the armed forces work.”

Tamm even mentioned the conflicts in Colombia and El Salvador and thinks their conflicts with guerrillas could bring ideas for solving the problems in Stockholm:

“How did they do it in Colombia with deporting the Farc guerrillas, how did they do it in El Salvador when the war ended? How have they done it in other parts of the world where they have had such great problems for many, many years? Is there any solution? You have to think outside the box.”

The organised crime unit chief thinks about other solutions as well. According to her, young men who can’t behave and become angry should receive help from social services, because merely increasing police is not enough.

Local Social Democrat leader Mohammed Nuur doesn’t agree with Tamm’s analysis and says:

“I live in Rinkeby and have lived in Tensta as a child. When I hear the word war zone, I start thinking about Syria, Yemen, and other countries that are most seriously in war. We have problems and challenges, but you should definitely not exaggerate what the situation looks like. I live in Rinkeby and I do not feel scared.”

For years Sweden has a serious problem with the increasing number of no-go zones. Swedish National Police Commissioner Dan Eliasson earlier said the number of them has risen from 55 to 61 in only one year.

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