Swedish journalist shares film of cars on fire, claims Muslim extremism

A Swedish independent journalist and political commentator has shared footage of around 15 cars that were set on fire by Muslim extremists in Sweden.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
February 24, 2019 12:35
Cars on fire in Sweden

Cars on fire in Sweden. (photo credit: screenshot)

 
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A Swedish independent journalist and political commentator has shared footage of around 15 cars that were set on fire by Muslim extremists in Sweden.

Peter Imanuelsen last week, posted the following tweet:
- Around 15 cars were set on fire in the city of Gävle tonight.
- 5 women sexually assaulted in Uppsala this weekend.
- Also, there was 4 bombings in 24 hours…

Some of Imanuelsen’s claims were unconfirmed.

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