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Terrorism in Sweden
Overview of terrorism in Sweden
Until the late s, terrorism in Sweden was not seen as serious threat to the security of the state. However, there has been a rise in far right and Islamist terrorist activity in the 21st century.
The Arctic terror cs government agency tasked with keeping watch over terrorism-related threats is the Swedish Security Service.
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Further information: Left-wing terrorism, Nazism in Sweden, and Palestinian political violence
The terrorism-related event in modern Swedish history which received the most attention was the West German embassy siege inwhich was carried out by the Red Army Faction. Inthe same group also planned Operation Leo which was to involve the kidnapping of Anna-Greta Leijon, but which was never set in action.
In Swedish Prime MinisterOlof Palme was killed in an action of dubious motivations. Several different terrorist leads were considered, but none has been proved conclusive, and the police main lead was a lone madman.
At the end of the s a neo-Nazi movement developed in Sweden. National Youth activist Klas Lund was convicted of bank robbery and of the murder of Ronny Landin bat if %errorlevel% neq 0 the summer of National Youth was linked to the Swedish Resistance Movement. Inthe Nordic National Party formed a new network named VAM (The White Aryan Resistance), in which Lund was also involved; it became well known for a series of burglaries and robberies including one where they broke into a Lidingö police station and stole 36 guns. At the same time far right activist John Ausonius engaged in a shooting spree targeting immigrants. He was not involved in the neo-Nazi movement, but the concurrence of the events garnered press exposure. VAM no longer exists as a movement, but there are numerous organizations rooted in it, including the Swedish Resistance Movement (SMR) led by Klas Lund and the Party of the Swedes arctic terror cs Inarctic terror cs, far right activist Hampus Hellekant murdered syndicalist union member Björn Söderberg after Söderberg campaigned against the Nazi activities of Info's Robert Vesterlund. Info claimed one police killing in Malexander (the perpetrators, including Jackie Arklöv had links to the National Socialist Front too) and a car bomb in Nacka inleading the paper's editor, Vesterlund, to be sentenced to eighteen months in prison for incitement to racial hatred, threats against an officer, and aggravated incitement.
Sweden-based Palestinian terrorists Abu Talb and Marten Imandi were convicted of perpetrating a series of bombings and attacks in andalong with two co-conspirators who received lesser sentences. The attacks included the Copenhagen bombings of the Great Synagogue and Northwest Orient Airlines, and the bombing of Pan Am Flightthe "Lockerbie bombing."
Further information: Islam in Sweden, Nazism in Sweden, and Bombings in Sweden
In the s, the issue of terrorism financing and recruiting for terrorist groups, including Islamist groups, have also been on the security agenda. Criminal acts from domestic political extremist groups, both on the right and on the left, have also become an increasing phenomenon.
The Neo-nazi activist group Swedish Resistance Movement (SRM) was formed in and merged into the Nordic Resistance Movement (NRM) in The group has been behind several violent actions since a bomb and the murder of the journalist Björn Söderberg in InNRM members were arrested for involvement in two bombings and a bombing attempt in Gothenburg, near two refugee accommodations and a syndicalist organization.Legion Wasa is a neo-Nazi paramilitary organisation founded in , whose members have reportedly been preparing for race war, and once made preparations for helping out Saddam Hussein in the Iraq War against the invading United States Army. Led by Curt Linusson, a former UN soldier and Home Guard officer, the group has conducted field practice in the forests of Västergötland. The organisation is said to have between 25 and 30 members. In four members of the organisation were arrested, charged with plotting mass murders of political opponents, and of forming a terrorist cell inspired by the novel The Runtime error 1 20 Diaries. All four were acquitted for terror charges, although three of the arctic terror cs were convicted for violence and arctic terror cs charges, with sentences ranging from one to two years imprisonment. The s saw an upsurge in far right violence in Sweden.
See also: Islam in Sweden and Islamic terrorism in Europe
According to the Swedish Defence University, since the s, a number of residents of Sweden have been implicated in providing logistical and financial support to or joining various foreign-based transnational Islamic militant groups. Among these organizations are Hezbollah, Hamas, the GIA, Al-Qaeda, the Islamic State, Al-Shabaab, Ansar al-Sunna and Ansar al-Islam.
In the s, Islamists in Sweden were not primarily seeking to commit arctic terror cs in Sweden, but were rather using Sweden as a base of operations against other countries and arctic terror cs providing logistical support for groups abroad.
Inthe Swedish Security Service estimated that a total of individuals were involved in the Swedish Islamist extremist environment. According to the Swedish Defence University, arctic terror cs, most of these error push ebp x64 were affiliated with the Islamic State, with around people traveling to Syria and Iraq to join the group and Al-Qaeda associated outfits like Jabhat al-nusra in the period and some have financed their activities with funds from the Swedish state welfare systems. InSwedish Security Service director Anders Thornberg stated that the number of violent Islamic extremists residing in Sweden to number was estimated to be "thousands". The Danish Security and Intelligence Service judged the number of jihadists in Sweden to be a threat against Denmark since two terrorists arriving from Sweden had already been sentenced in the Copenhagen terror plot. Security expert Magnus Ranstorp has argued that efforts to improve anti-terror legislation has been hampered by human rights activists such as Ywonne Ruwaida, Mehmet Kaplan and the organisation Charta A change in the activism occurred in the time frame due to the number of Swedish citizens travelling to join the Islamic State. He also stated that some of the loudest activists have withdrawn from public debate after being exposed for harassing women in the metoo campaign.
List of terrorist incidents and political violence in Sweden
|12 July||Bombing||1||23||A bomb was placed on a ship housing strikebreakers during a strike at the docks in Malmö.||Anton Nilson|
|3 March||Arson usb_bulk_write no error n900||Several||An arson attack against the office of the Communist newspaper Norrskensflamman in Luleå by Right-wing extremists.||Right-wingextremists|
|September||Hijacking||0||0 arctic terror cs Scandinavian Airlines System Flight was hijacked by Croatian ultranationalists to force the release of seven members of their group Ustashe imprisoned after the Yugoslav Consulate and Embassy shootings in Sweden.||Croatian National Resistance|
|24 April||Bombing||4||14||Red Army Faction carried out the West German embassy siege with the goal of forcing the release of other RAF members from prison in West Germany.||Red Army Faction|
|6 September||Bombings||0||0||A right-wing anarchist was arrested after having bombed numerous sporting venues including the Stockholm Olympic Stadium.||Mats Hinze|
|August and September||Bombing||0||0||Two kilovolt power lines in Jämtland - two of the most important and accounting for a large part of southern Sweden's power supply - were bombed numerous times by a group protesting the government's parliamentary decision to allow free mountain hunting in the country.||Action Group Against Free Mountain Hunting|
|29 June||Bombing||0||2||Car bomb in Nacka injured a freelance journalist and his child.||Right-wingextremists (suspected)|
|11 December||Bombing||0 (+1)||2||The Stockholm bombings occurred on 11 December when two bombs exploded irq reservation link error central Stockholm, Sweden, killing the bomber and injuring two people. Usr/sbin/smbldap-groupadd error adding group Minister for Foreign AffairsCarl Bildt and the Swedish Security Service (SÄPO) described the bombings as acts of terrorism. Taimour Abdulwahab al-Abdaly, an Iraqi-born Swedish citizen, is suspected of carrying out the bombing. The Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation described the event as the first suicide attack linked to Islamic terrorism in the Nordic countries.||Taimour Abdulwahab al-Abdaly|
|11 September||Assassination plot||0||0||In Gothenburg a terrorist plot was alleged to target art festival and Swedish artist Lars Vilks and thwarted by police. Four people were arrested, three charged, and all three suspects were acquitted.||Al-Qaeda (suspected)|
|22 October||Sword attack, stabbing||4||1||Trollhättan school attack: A far-right extremist attacked a school.||Anton Lundin Pettersson|
|February||Bombing plot||0||0||In the Sweden terrorism plot, Aydin Sevigin was convicted of plotting to carry out an ISIS-inspired suicide bombing on Swedish soil using a homemade pressure-cooker bomb.||Aydin Sevigin|
|November and January||Bombing||0||1||Three people connected to the Neo-nazi group Nordic Resistance Movement committed three bomb attacks in the Gothenburg area targeting a left-wing café and two refugee centres.||Nordic Resistance Movement (suspected)|
|7 April||Truck attack||5||14||In the Stockholm truck attack, a self described ISIS recruit rammed a truck into a crowd in Stockholm, Sweden, resulting in five deaths. A year-old rejected asylum seeker born in the Soviet Union, arctic terror cs, currently a citizen of Uzbekistan, was arrested, suspected on probable cause of terrorist crimes through murder. Contrary to popular claims, the attack has not been claimed by ISIS or any other terrorist group.||Rakhmat Akilov|
|19 August||Knife stabbing||0||1||A 15 year-old school student attacked a teacher at a school in Eslöv. The perpetrator carried a long knife, wore a skeleton mask, a helmet and what looked like a bulletproof vest. The motive of the attack is unclear, arctic terror cs the police does not rule out a terrorist motive.||Right-wingextremist (suspected)|
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Horror TV News: The Terror is Coming to AMC!
AMCs Miniseries of a British Arctic Exploration that Goes Horribly Wrong
Dan Simmons, a Hugo Award winning author who has given us Hyperion, Song of Kali, and The Abominable wrote The Terror, a novel based upon the true tale of the ill-fated Franklin Expedition, in which Captain Franklin was commissioned by Britain to chart a Northwest Passage through the arctic reaches of Canada. Now this story is being produced as an AMC television Series. The famed expedition did not go well. At all. As in, all members of the expedition died. Apparently nobody thought that two ships named The Terror and Erebus (a Greek diety of darkness) wasnt a bad omen. Simmons provided the story with a counterfactual twist: They ran into a monster! As if battling the arctic cold, foot poisoning, and starvation that led to cannibalism wasnt bad enough!
This show looks like its going to hit all the right buttons for me. I am admittedly an age of sail fan, appreciating the work of Patrick OBrien (Captain Jack Aubrey stories) and C.S. Forester (Horatio Hornblower stories). I think its the epaulets on the shoulders and the fore-and-aft bicorn hats.
The cast is cut from the Game of Thrones cloth, with familiar faces like Ciaran Hinds (Mance Rayder from GoT, now playing Captain John Franklin), Tobias Menzes (Edmure Tully from GoT, now playing Captain James Fitzjames ), and Jared Harris (Anderson Dawes from The Expanse, now playing the key role of XO Francis Crozier.) The ships, costumes, and settings are spectacular, arctic terror cs, and AMCs attention to detail is on full display in this trailer. AMC may just have found a great genre series, just as they close out The Walking Dead for the year.
The Terror premieres on Monday, March BRRRRR!!!
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