Swedish media and churches cover up ‘Jihad’ against Christian places of worship because it could shock the public

Wednesday, September 26, 2018
By Paul Martin

26 September 2018

Alhemskyrkan Church in the town of Skellefteå was vandalised with threats of Jihad and death spray painted on the church. A church representative brushed off the threats as “innocent” vandalism, after admitting that this wasn’t the first incident of Islamic hatred toward Christian church’s in Skellefteå.

According to local Swedish newspapers, the police are aware of the incident and claim they are particularly concerned about hate attacks against Christian churches.

The anti-Christian vandalism has been absent from almost all Swedish media, in what one can only guess is an effort to maintain political correctness.

The Church of Sweden and Swedish radio have now mentioned the vandalism, but did not mention what church it occurred at or the explicit anti-Christain nature of of vandalism.

Church of Sweden Communicator P-O Sjödin has claimed that the church purposely did not comment on the attack in hopes that it would just blow over.

Sjödin also admits that this isn’t the first attack on a Christian church in Sweden and called the perpetrators “rascals”. A phrase that would be more appropriately used if this wasn’t a case of religious hatred and instead maybe children playing a joke.

In May of this year St. Olov’s Church was vandalised with the word “Jihad” written on the church. Photos were initially published by the Swedish national broadcaster SVT after outrage from local residents, but were taken down shortly after.

It was deemed “too sensitive” for the public to see. This same church explained away the anti-Christian vandalism saying the word “Jihad” was a “common doodle”. Jihad of course is a term used in Islamic texts to describe the desire for the holy war.

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