Sabba – No surprise here as ISIS is a judeo-western christian enterprise whose sole mission is to destroy the Islamic nations of the Middle East. Contrary to what most people believe, even within the so called truth movement, ISIS mission is first and foremost to slaughter the Arabs – Christian and Muslims alike -, empty the Levant to “prepare the biblically promised land for the jews” as a rabbi recently admitted.
Remember that there are many jews among the Syrian refugees. We reported a story about some of them who ended up in Kentucky after having spent some time in Sweden. Why would some jews of Syria flee to Sweden and then the US when finding refuge in the jewish state would have been the easiest and safest option? What had they been up to while in Sweden?
Interestingly enough, the identity of the man is not disclosed as is usually the case whenever the accused is truly of Islamic background. But let us assume that he is really Muslim, would a Swedish Court have allowed the flying of a Hezbollah flag? Or an ISIS flag with Israeli Secret Intelligence Service caption?
I do not think so.
THE INDEPENDENT – Flying the Isis flag in Sweden is not illegal and cannot be considered an incitement to racial hatred, according to a Swedish prosecutor.
A 23-year-old man from Laholm has avoided prosecution after he allegedly posted a picture of himself with the Isis flag as his Facebook profile photo.
The photo was reported to the police in March and the men was investigated for incitement to racial hatred. The man, originally from Syria, denied the charges.
He said he is not a supporter of Isis and claimed the flag has been used as a symbol of Islam for hundreds of years and then abused by Isis, his defence attorney Bjorn Nilsson told the Swedish newspaper Hallandsposten.
Prosecutor Gisela Sjövall took the decision not to prosecute, saying the issue was whether the Isis flag could be considered a hate symbol, in the same way the Nazi swastika could be considered an incitement to racial hatred.
Ms Sjövall said waving an Isis flag could not be considered hate speech, according toHallandsposten. Incitement to racial hatred was made an offence in Sweden to protect minority groups.
But waving the Isis flag “is not an expression of disrespect towards any ethnic group,” she said, because Isis is “against everyone except those who belong to Isis”.
Monochrome flags are an ancient tradition in ancient Eastern, Arabic and Islamic tradition.
The flag is also used by al-Shabab in Somalia and al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula, among other terror groups.
Boris Johnson previously said the Isis flag should not be banned by law in Britain, because it is a “free country”.
Mr Johnson made the comment when he was Mayor of London: “I don’t like people carrying the Isis flag … I think a balance has got to be struck,” he said.
“We live in a free country and I think you’d have to have primary legislation to designate certain bits of iconography as being illegal. It would be quite difficult.”