On Monday, a 58-year-old woman donning a sharia-adherent hijab was arrested on suspicion of inciting a violent riot in response to the burning of a Qur’an last weekend in Malmö, Sweden.
The woman lives with several others, including four minor children in Malmö, a town considered to be a no-go zone riddled with violence where Sharia prevails. Malmö has a heavy Islamic migrant population.
The women, who has not been identified, can be seen in the following exclusively translated video calling the police “pigs”. “If you do not want Islam, why did you bring us here, you dogs?”, The woman chanted in the video.
According to Malmö Chief of Police Mattias Sigfridsson, a major investigation is underway and many more perpetrators will be identified.
In total, about 15 people are currently suspected of crimes in connection with the riot where they set fire to tires, smashed bus shelters and attacked police.
Watch the following video exclusively translated by RAIR Foundation USA of the woman arrested on suspicion of inciting the riots. The Jihadi felt the police had no right to protect those who burned the Qur’an from the muslims.
The riots broke out of after Rasmus Paludan, the leader of Danish party Stram Kurs, planned to demonstrate in Sweden against Islamic supremacy. Paludan intended to set fire to the Qur’an to demonstrate how Islamic migrants would react to the provocation. Paludan’s objective is to educate the public on the violent effects of Islam, fight against Sharia and protect Swedes who are under attack by Islamic supremacists.
Paludan believes that highlighting the inevitable violence from the smallest provocation will demonstrate Swedish police’s loss of control over Islamic migrant areas. Mr. Paludan explained to RAIR:
Sweden has been much more disturbed by Islam than Denmark. Our actions have shown that freedom and speech and freedom of peaceful assembly no longer exist in Sweden. Now, Sharia Law is the law of the land.
Before Paludan was able to enter Sweden, he was stopped at the border and told he was banned from entering for the country for two years despite having Swedish citizenship. Police also revoked the demonstrators permit citing their inability to guarantee the public’s safety.
Despite the ban and numerous threats by radicals, Paludan’s supporters still held their demonstration and burned the Qur’an.
As predicted, violence ensued and radicals set fires and threw objects at police, rescue services and media:
Muslims could also be heard chanting the famous “Khaybar al yahud”, a battle cry against Jews. The chant “Khaybar Khaybar, ya yahud, Jaish Muhammad, sa yahud,” means, “Jews, remember Khaybar, the army of Muhammad is returning.” It is used as a battle cry when attacking Jews or Israelis, and refers to a historical slaughter of the Jews of Khaybar by Islamic forces.
Politicians and left-wing media do not seem to understand the notion that Rasmus Paludan and his political party Stram Kurs, are attempting to preserve the freedoms of citizens and ensure the safety of non-muslims who live under threat and regular attacks from migrant Islamic supremacists. With Left-wing politicians, Antifa and Islamic supremacists aligning, these threats are only growing more dangerous by the day.
As reported previously at RAIR, “Every freedom-loving country must ask whether sovereignty and freedom should allow unpopular thoughts and expressions, including the burning of the Qur’an or the Bible or the Torah.”