Thanks to Sweden allowing hundreds of thousands of Muslims into their country, Sweden is literally no longer Sweden. Once one of the safest places on Earth, it is now the ‘rape capitol’ of Europe and is rapidly turning into a third world nation.
Magda Gad is an award-winning Swedish woman reporter who has extensively covered the war in Iraq, recently said that things in Sweden have become so dangerous that it is safer for a woman in Mosul than it is in many parts of Sweden:
It is safer for women to move out on Mosul’s streets than in Stockholm. It argues war reporter Magda Gad, who right now is herself in the Iraqi city.
It is on Twitter that the 41-year-old reporter makes the spectacular statements.
“There is no law on the veil here, and it’s quieter to move out as the only woman than it is in Stockholm,” she wrote, and “It is quiet in addition to the war. In cities outside the war, no one bothers you when you walk the streets, it’s very quiet. ”
In a third post, she writes that it is a weekend night at the Civic Square in Stockholm is much messier than it is in war-torn Iraq.
Since June last year, Magda Gad in Iraq and reports from the civil war there. She primarily writes articles and columns for Expressen, but has also written for, among others Aftonbladet and the Swedish newspaper Svenska Dagbladet.
On Facebook she wrote on Sunday that she is pessimistic and wonder if it will ever be able to be peace in Iraq.
“This week was contrary to the Kurds against Kurds. And a soldier who had been one of his family members beheaded by IS has now himself beheaded 15 people. He showed movies on it. It does not feel like that this offensive is moving towards peace. It feels like it goes against more war, “she writes.
Battle for Mosul is now entering its final stage with street battles in which a coalition of including Iraqi and Kurdish forces battle Islamic State in the narrow alleys of the old center in the western part of the city. (source)