Translation by Michael Laudahn
BIOLOGICAL DISCRIMINATION: In three days from now, it’s time again for this year’s ramadan rigmarole, along with adverts in arab and other languages in swedish newspapers that come with it. However, those [relatively] bright swedish summer nights cause a problem for moslems living in Sweden.
The fact that it has become economically viable to woo separate minority groups as target groups may be the clearest indication that mass immigration has gone very far. Now, even halal goodies [in swedish halalgodis, see
are available, the only thing still lacking are prayer calls throughout the rik [= german reich], then the circle closes and the future is here.
In northern Sweden, where the sun hardly goes down during summer, moslems have extra big problems.
‘This here is a big problem, it is no fun to face it every year. Those coming to our friday prayers say that they need to know, but I cannot say them anything’, says Mohamed Amri, imam at Luleå’s [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lule%C3%A5 ] moslem congregation.
Those who could tell us, the scholars in Mekka, do not seem to be interested, thinks Amri.
Omar Mustafa, speaker at Islamiska Förbundet i Sverige, informs that the problem has been solved in different ways, throughout the country. The issue is topical in all of northern Europe, and it is being discussed at the European Council for Fatwa and Research.
Already in 2011, Amri complained that Sweden was situated in the wrong location.