A public servant in the Swedish city of Eskilstuna, who also happens to be in charge of a local mosque, has shared and ‘liked’ a clip of a terrorist attack in Jerusalem. The incident seems all the more outrageous in light of the fact that he did it with the tacit acceptance of his superiors.The man in charge of the Salafist al-Rahman mosque in Eskilstuna shared and ‘liked’ the clip that showed a deadly truck attack in Jerusalem, Swedish Radio reported. The man also added a smiley symbol with the caption “feeling satisfied,” as well as the comment “Allahu Akbar.” The movie features a truck ramming a crowd of Israeli servicemen waiting at a bus stop. After one collision, the driver backed up … Next »
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