Law enforcement are still sweeping up the jihadis in relation to the December Stockholm jihadi attack. Round em up and send them to Gitmo. The US should be inforce a mandatory fee for admittance and upkeep. KGS

Man arrested in Glasgow over Stockholm suicide bombing

The Telegraph: A British resident has become the first person arrested in connection with the Stockholm suicide bombing, police said today.

The 30-year-old man was detained in Glasgow in connection with the attack in Sweden in December last year.

The foreign national was arrested under the Terrorism Act shortly after 6am in the Whiteinch area of the city.
It is alleged the man was involved in aiding terrorists in Sweden, but is not Swedish.

The suicide bomber, Iraqi Taimour Abdulwahab al-Abdaly, 28, who studied at the University of Bedfordshire, blew himself up and injured two people in a botched attack in Stockholm.

Police said there was no evidence to suggest that there was a direct threat to Scotland.

More here.


  1. What the west fails to realize is that Islam’s terrorism has a precedent: the Communist terrorists operating in the west during the 50s, 60s and 70s when the power of the Soviet Union was at its greatest.

    When governments looked closely at the chain of command and the money flow, they found a vast international conspiracy whose top-most leaders sat in the shadows. All of those leaders were based in Soviet countries.

    The same holds true for each and every jihadist in the world. The chain of command leads directly to our “best” Muslim ally in the Middle East, Saudi Arabia. And it also leads to Tehran, Cairo, Tripoli, Kabul, Kuala Lumpur and other capitals of the Muslim world.

    The one group that holds these countries together is the OIC.

    It is just like the Soviet Comnitern (if my memory serves me right), which was the body overseeing Soviet allies and satellites. And its aims are identical to that group; world domination.

    So is it any wonder that this “foreign national” was aiding the Swedish suicide bomber?

  2. You are right, this idea that the people owe their allegiance to some group or religion rather then to their nation is one of the reasons I think we are in the opening decades of a Dark Age. Nationalism and Patriotism were what helped bring the world out of the last Dark Age, and the lack of them is helping drive us into the next one.

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