- According to an Amnesty International report, in Sweden, rape investigations are under-prioritized, there are “excessively long waiting times for the results of DNA analyses”, there is not enough support for rape victims and not enough work is done for preventative purposes.
- In 2017, a Swedish police report, “Utsatta områden 2017”, (“Vulnerable Areas 2017”, commonly known as “no-go zones” or lawless areas) showed that there are 61 such areas in Sweden. They encompass 200 criminal networks, consisting of an estimated 5,000 criminals. Twenty-three of those areas were especially critical….
- “I cannot bear to see children faring so badly… There should be no doubt that the Government does what it can for these children [of ISIS terrorists] and if possible they should be brought to Sweden.” — Swedish Foreign Minister Margot Wallström.
- Unfortunately, the horrific fate of enslaved Yazidi children does not appear to be something that Wallström “cannot bear”.