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IMAM FROM CENTRAL MOSQUE IN STOCKHOLM SMUGGLES WEAPONS TO JIHADIS IN SYRIA…….

 

Will he be prosecuted, or will he get the free pass because that’s what they expect from Middle East Muslims?

This is the same country in which mosques around the country promote intolerance and violence, viewed as an acceptable concept for Muslims. The Great Mosque of Stockholm was caught selling antisemitic tapes, but the chancellor of justice, Göran Lambertz, refused to bring charges of incitement against the mosque because, ”that’s how they act in the Middle East” (paraphrased).

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Swedish imam smuggles weapons to Syria: report

Published: 31 Oct 2013 07:57 GMT+01:00

A Swedish imam has smuggled large quantities of weapons to rebels in Syria, a crime punishable by up to four years in prison.

Sources told Sveriges Radio (SR) that the Syrian-born man was one of the rebels’ key weapons suppliers and that he had been bringing arms into the civil war-torn country for the last 18 months.

SR named the suspected arms dealer as Haytham Rahmeh and claimed he purchased weapons primarily in Libya, but also made purchases in Bosnia & Herzegovina. The arms have then been transported through Turkey and into the hands of rebels in Syria.

Raphaël Lefèvre, a researcher at Cambridge University who has interviewed Rahmeh, told SR that Rahmed has made frequent appearances among the Syrian opposition and has been open about sending weapons to the rebels via an organization known as the Commission for Civilian Protection.

“It’s no secret that this group sends weapons to Syria,” Lefèvre told SR.

For several years, Rahmeh was an imam at the Stockholm mosque located near Medborgarplatsen in the city centre. He also served as the chair of a European organization for imams before shifting his focus toward assisting Syrian rebels.

Thomas Tjäder, a security expert at the Swedish Agency for Non-Proliferation and Export Controls (Inspektionen för strategiska produkter – ISP) explained that smuggling weapons into Syria was a breach of Swedish arms control laws punishable by up to four years in prison.

The law applies to all Swedish citizens and registered residents, regardless of whether the weapons pass through Sweden or not, Tjäder told SR. The EU export embargo to Syria entails policing at national level, he explained, meaning that it was Sweden’s job to probe potential breaches.

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