Since these are Turkish mosques, this is likely to be the same sermon, accompanied by the same prayers, that came from the Turkish Ministry for Religious Affairs, the Diyanet, and was also preached in the Netherlands. It is likely that jihad warfare and hatred of non-Muslims was always preached in these mosques, since these ideas are embedded in Islamic texts and teachings, but the Turkish war against the Kurds is bringing it out in the open. It is a complete turnaround: the centralization of preaching in Turkish mosques was introduced by Ataturk in order to ensure that there was no jihad preaching, and now that same centralization, extended to Turkish mosques in Europe, is being used by Erdogan to do just the opposite, and preach jihad.
“What the foot soldiers of the Erdogan regime do in Sweden is very serious and can in the future create serious consequences for security in Sweden,” warns the duo.
There is no doubt about that. But do Swedish authorities have the will to act?
“Debaters warn: Children aged six to twelve pray in the Rinkeby Mosque for war,” translated from “Debattörer varnar: Barn mellan sex och tolv år ber i Rinkeby-moské för krig,” by Chang Frick, NyheterIdag, February 16, 2018 (thanks to Denny):
STOCKHOLM Children as young as six years old pray in a Rinkeby mosque for conquest and war. So write both Erdogan-critical debaters Kurdo Baksi and Murat Kuseyri in News24. “What the foot soldiers of the Erdogan regime do in Sweden is very serious and can in the future create serious consequences for security in Sweden,” warns the duo.
Young children are trained for an upcoming Islamic war in the Mevlana Mosque in Rinkeby with links to Turkey. So write both debaters Kurdo Baksi and Murat Kuseyri in a debate article published in News24.
And the war is being preached in several mosques in Sweden that receive both Swedish and Turkish funds, warns the duo.
“It is the case that eight Erdogan-friendly Swedish-Turkish mosques, which receive one and a half million kronor in contributions from the Ministry for Support for Religious Communities, which fall under the Ministry of Culture, are the suspected of preaching war. These eight mosques are also funded by the Turkish Ministry of Religion in Turkey (Diyanet), which pays all the monthly wages for those who operate the Swedish mosques,” the rapporteurs write.
Furthermore, the debate warns that the next step to the terrorist state IS is not far when children are indoctrinated with religious war crimes.
“These prayers are pure racism and warfare, and act as means to radicalize these children and legitimize the Turkish war against the Kurds in Syria. These children are exposed to brainwashing and hatred against non-Turks. The step from these prayers to Daesh or al Qaeda is very small.”
In the future, the activities of the mosques can have consequences for Sweden. The negotiators argue that the Swedish police should not be content merely to monitor the foot soldiers of the Erdogan regime, and also to question the fact that Swedish taxpayers are involved in and financing the business.