مئات الملثمين يهاجمون مهاجرين في ستوكهولم والنازيون الجدد يلاحقون المهاجرين في كل مكان

رئيس التحرير
2019.08.25 12:37

قالت الشرطة السويدية إن عشرات الأشخاص الملثمين هاجموا مهاجرين بالعاصمة ستوكهولم.

وتجولت مجموعة من نحو مئة شخص، يرتدون أقنعة وإشارات حول أذرعهم، في المحطة الرئيسية للسكك الحديدية في وقت متأخر من الجمعة، وقاموا بضرب الأشخاص الأجانب.

كما استهدف المهاجمون، ويعتقد أنهم من جماعة النازيين الجدد، ميدان "سيرغليس تورغ" الذي يعرف بأنه مكان للقاء المهاجرين.

وعززت الشرطة السويدية من وجودها في وسط المدينة، ونشرت أفرادا من شرطة مكافحة الشغب.

ونقلت صحيفة أفتونبلادت عن أحد شهود العيان قوله: "كنت أمر بالطريق ورأيت مجموعة من الأشخاص الملثمين يرتدون زيا أسود، وبدأو في ضرب الأجانب. لقد رأيت ثلاثة أشخاص اعتدي عليهم".

وقال المتحدث باسم الشرطة إنه حتى منتصف اليوم لم تتلق الشرطة أية بلاغات عن هجمات، لكن رجلا يبلغ من العمر 46 عاما ألقي القبض عليه، بعد مهاجمته ضابط شرطة يرتدي ملابس مدنية.

كما اعتقل ثلاثة أشخاص لفترة وجيزة بتهمة تكدير صفو النظام العام، بينما يواجه رابع تهمة حمل سلاح أبيض.

وقال موقع Nordfront الإلكتروني، وهو منبر على الإنترنت لحركة النازيين الجدد، إن "مصادره" كشفت عن أن نحو "100 من مثيري الشغب" ومشجعي كرة القدم تجمعوا الجمعة بهدف "فرز المجرمين القادمين من شمال أفريقيا".

السويد من بين دول الاتحاد الأوربي صاحبة أعلى معدلات لاستقبال اللاجئين مقارنة بعدد سكانها

وتعد السويد من بين دول الاتحاد الأوربي صاحبة أعلى معدلات استقبال اللاجئين، بالنسبة لعدد السكان المحليين البالغ نحو 9.8 مليون نسمة.

لكن عدد المهاجرين الجدد تناقص كثيرا، منذ أن فرضت الحكومة إجراء تدقيق على الهوية مطلع العام الجاري.

وأعلنت السويد مؤخرا عن عزمها طرد عشرات الآلاف من المهاجرين، بعد محاولتها وقف تدفقهم على مدار السنوات الماضية.

وتأتي هذه السياسة المتشددة على خلفية تصاعد القلق، إزاء الأوضاع المتردية لمنشآت اللجوء المزدحمة، ومطالبات مسؤولين رسميين بتشديد الإجراءات الأمنية، بعد أن طعن أحد اللاجئين من الشباب موظفة بأحد مراكز اللاجئين ما أسفر عن مقتلها.

يذكر ان تصاعدا ملحوظا للهجمات على مراكز إيواء اللاجئين في ألمانيا ايضا

كان أمل أغلب آلاف اللاجئين الذين يصلون يوميا إلى الجزر اليونانية في الحصول على اللجوء في ألمانيا

بينما قالت الشرطة الألمانية إن عدد الهجمات على مراكز إيواء اللاجئين العام الماضي زاد خمسة أضعاف عن عام 2014.

وجاء في تقرير الشرطة الألمانية إن عدد الهجمات عام 2015 بلغ 1005 هجمات مقارنة بـ 199 هجوما عام 2014.

ويشتبه في أن 90 بالمئة من الهجمات شنها متطرفون من اليمين.

وفي العام الماضي طلب عدد قياسي بلغ 1.1 مليون شخص اللجوء إلى ألمانيا، الكثير منهم من سوريا. وتواجه الكثير من السلطات المحلية في ألمانيا مشاكل في إيجاد سكن للاجئين.

وتوسع ألمانيا قائمتها للدول الآمنة على أمل الحد من تدفق اللاجئين.

ويعتزم الائتلاف الحاكم إعلان المغرب والجزائر وتونس دولا آمنة في المنطقة، مما ييسر إعادة المهاجرين، حسبما قال سيغمار غابريل نائب المستشارة الألمانية أنغيلا ميركل.

وفي العام الماضي اتخذت ألمانيا نفس الإجراء مع دول البلقان، بما في ذلك البانيا والبوسنة والهرسك وكوسوفو للحد من أعداد طالبي اللجوء. ولا تقبل ألمانيا طلبات اللجوء إلا من عدد محدود جدا منهم.

وتقول الشرطة إن أكبر زيادة في الهجمات على مراكز إيواء اللاجئين العام الماضي سُجل في ولاية نورث راين فيستفاليا الصناعية.

وقال وزير داخلية الولاية رالف ييغر "لاحظ المحققون زيادة كبيرة في اللغة العدائية" إزاء المهاجرين على الانترنت".

وليل الخميس ألقيت قنبلة يدوية على مركز لإيواء المهاجرين في ولاية بادن فويرتمبرغ. وعثر رجل أمن على القنبلة.

ويأمل أغلب آلاف اللاجئين الذين يصلون يوميا إلى الجزر اليونانية في الحصول على اللجوء في ألمانيا.

ويوم الخميس غرق 26 مهاجرا قبالة جزيرة يونانية عندما انقلب القارب الذي يقلهم.

Hundreds-strong mob of masked men go on rampage through Stockholm station beating up migrant children in revenge attack for female asylum centre worker stabbed to death by Somali boy Hundreds-strong mob of masked men rampage through Stockholm station beating up refugee children in revenge attack for female asylum centre worker killed by Somali boy  Black-clad masked men targeted refugees at Stockholm train station The mob, linked to football hooligans, targeted unaccompanied minors  Before attack they handed out racist leaflets with message Enough now They also refer to alleged murder of Swedish aid worker Alexandra Mezher She was stabbed to death breaking up fight between two migrant boys See more news on the migrant crisis at www.dailymail.co.uk/migrantcrisis

 

A mob of black-clad masked men went on a rampage in and around Stockholms main train station (left) last night targeting refugee children. Swedish media reported that the thugs, allegedly linked to Swedens football hooligan scene, were targeting unaccompanied minors with a foreign background. Before the attack, the group of 200 people handed out xenophobic leaflets with the message Enough now, claiming the attack is in retaliation for the alleged murder of Alexandra Mehzr (right), a 22-year-old worker knifed to death at the child centre where she worked in Molndal, Sweden. A Somali-born 15-year-old migrant (inset) has been accused of killing her during a fight between two asylum-seekers. Last week, Swedish police warned that Stockholms main train station has become unsafe after being taken over by dozens of Moroccan street children. The all-male migrant teen gangs are spreading terror in the centre of the Swedish capital, stealing, groping girls and assaulting security guards

Mob of black-clad masked men went on a rampage in and around Stockholms main train station targeting refugee children 

Before the attack, a group of people started handing out xenophobic leaflets with the message Enough now

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Alexandra Mezher, 22, a Swedish social worker who was allegedly stabbed to death by a 15-year-old asylum seeker at a shelter for refugee children

 When Swedish streets are no longer safe to walk on for normal Swedes, it is our DUTY to fix the problem, the leaflet reads.

This is why, today, 200 Swedish men gathered to take a stand against the north African ‘street children’ who are running rampage in and around the capital’s central station.

Police have clearly showed that they lack the means to stop their progress and we se no other way than to hand down the punishment they deserve ourselves.

The justice system has walked out and the contract of society is therefore broken – it is now every Swedish man’s duty to defend out public spaced against the imported criminality.

Those who gathered today are neither your politician, your journalist or your policeman. We are your father, your brother, your husband, your colleague, your friend and your neighbour.

Swedish men and women deserve safety in their everyday life and we are therefore calling on all others who also see the problem to follow in our footsteps, both in Stockholm and in other places around the country. For a better future together

 

On Saturday, a 47-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of assault for punching a police officer in the face.

 

Three youngsters have also been arrested on Friday night for disturbing public order.

 

 

 

Last week, Swedish police warned that Stockholms main train station has become unsafe after being ‘taken over’ by dozens of Moroccan street children.

The all-male migrant teen gangs are spreading terror in the centre of the Swedish capital, stealing, groping girls and assaulting security guards, according to Stockholm police.

Members of the gangs, some as young as nine, roam central Stockholm day and night, refusing help provided by the Swedish authorities.
Neo-Nazi gangs daub swastikas in BLOOD as protest descends into violent clashes with police and anti-fascists  Far right and anti-fascist groups clashed at an anti-immigration rally which saw bricks and smoke bombs thrown Demonstrators from National Front and far-right South East Alliance among those who marched against immigration Clashed with anti-racism activists, who had organised a counter-demonstration and rally quickly turned into chaos Prior to demonstration in Dover, two groups clashed at Maidstone service station where coaches were vandalised  Nine people arrested and weapons seized included a lock-knife, knuckle duster, pieces of wood, glass and hammers

Neo-Nazi gangs have clashed with anti-fascist protesters at an anti-immigration rally in Dover which saw bricks and smoke bombs being thrown and a swastika daubed onto a coach in blood. 

Flag-waving demonstrators from the National Front, neo-Nazi organisation Combat 18, the Scottish Defence league and the far-right South East Alliance marched through the town to protest against the arrival of immigrants. 

They clashed with anti-racism activists, who had organised a counter-demonstration and the peaceful rally quickly descended into chaos with scuffles in the streets.  

Police in riot gear and with dogs struggled to keep the activists apart as the protests turned violent and left the seaside town resembling a war zone.

Nine people were arrested and more than 20 weapons seized, including a lock-knife, knuckle duster, pieces of wood, glass, hammers and bricks.

A far-right protester with a bald head and covered in blood bellows at the anti-fascist demonstrators, as the protests turned ugly in Dover

A swastika was daubed in blood on a coach at Maidstone services, as the two groups came to blows just before 11am today 

A coach travelling from Goldsmith University in London to Dover had its windscreen smashed in by the far-right protesters 

Police wearing helmets attempt to control the crowds following the demonstration at 1pm today (pictured are the far-right protesters)

A man launches a punch at a counter protester as scenes turned violent in Dover - which is the gateway to the UK 

Far-right groups clashed with anti-fascist demonstrators - pictured is a man with an English Defence League tattoo with the words never f****** surrender ever 


Two coaches had swastikas inked on them in blood following the clash between the rival groups.  

Anindya Bhattacharyya, 44, from Whitechapel in east London, who was travelling with the anti-fascist group, said he was away from the coaches and inside the service station when violence erupted.

He said: The service station staff bolted the doors and through the windows we could see a large group of fascists. They were wearing Combat 18 T-shirts and one had an Enoch Powell T-shirt.

They attacked one of our coaches and smashed up the windows and one of them came and daubed a swastika in blood on the side of one of the coaches.

Police in riot gear and dog handlers stemmed the violence as the protests turned ugly in the Kent town 

A girl from South East Alliance holds a placard accusing left-wing activists of not taking in refugees from war-torn regions 

A skinhead with blood pouring from both his eyes was among the protesters in Dover today for an anti-immigration rally 

A man holds a St Georges flag with the words Refugees not welcome scrawled on it as a group of men converge in the background 

Demonstrators, one wearing a scarf around his face, wave the St Georges flag during todays march as the two groups clashed

Police officers escort right wing protesters, carrying flags with one saying secure our borders, on the march to the Port of Dover

One demonstrator, dressed in all black and carrying a rucksack, holds a purple smoke bomb during the march

The South East Alliance and other far-right groups protest against immigration whilst the Kent Anti-Racism Network (KARN) staged a counter protest

Police hold back demonstrators in Dover as the peaceful rally quickly descended into chaos and left the town resembling a war zone 

The Scottish Defence League were also out in force in Dover today - as far-right gropus came together to protest against immigration

Far-right groups made a speech about third world scum, with one speaker claiming Jeremy Corbyn hates everything British...and is destroying Britain. 

Before the demonstration the South East Alliance, which describes itself as an angry, white and proud street movement, advertised the protest on its Facebook page, saying: Remember we are there for a purpose. To highlight certain issues we face. We are not there to have a kick-off with the red scum but we do know they will attack us and we shall defend ourselves without hesitation.

And following the march the National Front posted on its own Facebook site, saying: A big well done and thank you to all white nationalists who attended Dover today to save our country from invasion. Respect to all in attendance.  

Shadow secretary of state for international development Diane Abbott is among those who travelled to Dover to join the anti-fascist protest and she addressed the crowd. 

Counter-demonstrations included members from Dover Stand Up to Racism (DSUR) and the Kent Anti Racism Network (KARN). 

Bridget Chapman, chairman of Kent Anti Racism Network, said: Were here today because theres been a big demonstration called by fascists. Its about the fourth time in a year theyve had a far-right demonstration.

The people of Dover are sick and tired of their town being used to spread a message of hate. Were here to firmly reject that message of hate.

We want to very peacefully and responsibly say to the fascists that they are not welcome in our town. 

Duncan Cahill of Hope Not Hate, an anti-racist organisation, added: What we have today and for the past few months [in Dover] is massive call-outs by just about every Nazi group in the country and everyone involved in anti-fascism has gone down there today for what looks like a massive punch-up. 

Anti-fascist demonstrators were addressed by shadow secretary of state for international development Diane Abbott

Diane Abbott, Labour MP for Hackney North and Stoke Newington, addressed anti-racism demonstrators as protest groups gathered

Two activists supporting immigration hold a banner which reads: London 2 Calais as groups met in Dovers Market Square 

Anti-fascist protesters dressed in all black, some with their faces covered, break through police lines as they clash with right wing protesters

Kent Police described the protest as a fast-moving and ongoing incident and said nine people had been arrested and more than 20 weapons seized.

Weapons included a lock-knife, knuckle duster, pieces of wood, glass, hammers and bricks. 

A spokeswoman told MailOnline: Extra officers were on duty in the town to allow a march to the Eastern Docks and a separate protest in the town centre to go ahead as planned, while minimising disorder and disruption to the community.

One person suffered a broken arm and five others sustained minor injuries. 

Three people were arrested during the demonstration itself, while six were arrested following the incident at the service station.  

 

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