Sweden: 829 Hate Crimes Against Churches, Media Blames ‘Right-Wing Extremists’ And ‘Mentally Ill’ There is another possible culprit, found in large numbers in Rinkeby, Tensta and Kista. These are people whose holy book teaches them that Christianity is a perverted version of the true teachings of Jesus, that Christians are unbelievers for believing Jesus to be divine (Qur’an 5:17, 5:72), that Jesus is not the Son of God and Allah curses those who say otherwise (Qur’an 9:30), and that it is false to say Jesus was crucified (Qur’an 4:157). But such people are not even considered as having any involvement in this, despite the fact that they have been involved in the desecration of numerous churches elsewhere in Europe. To raise such a possibility, even to open it up to be disproven, wouldn’t fit the narrative. It would be “Islamophobia.” It would be “hate.” “829 hate crimes against Swedish churches — TV4 blames ‘right-wing extremists,’“ translated from “829 hatbrott mot svenska kyrkor — TV4 skyller på ‘högerextremister,’“ Fria Tider, February 4, 2021:
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