"Debater: No one of you stands up for terrordådets real reason."
"This is an opinion piece. It is the writer who stands for the views that are put forward in the text, not Against."
"the DEBATE. The church in New Zealand, which meant that 50 innocent people were murdered and dozens of seriously injured has probably not escaped anyone ... or has it?"
"A quick probing of high-ranking politicians flows shows quite clearly that it in fact seems to have escaped quite a number of maktpersoner anyway. I have not seen a trend to influencers, medieprofiler or politicians in all of the point stated in the question."
"Definitely, a part. But many of those who have done it have been to mention the word islamophobia, muslimhat or muslim(s) in their condolences or condemnation. Despite the fact that this terrordåds motif was just one of antimuslimsk character."
"It is important to rest on this fact. For words are power. Words are more than just words."
"Ebba Busch Thor tweeted, for example, the ”Terrible news from New Zealand. Even a terrorist attack has occurred in the world (...) Terrorism regardless of the motives and ideology is abhorrent and must be combated”. "
"It can be compared with her tweet on October 28, 2018 relating to the vile terror attack against jews in Pittsburgh, where she wrote ”the Fight against anti-semitism must be stepped up”."
"neither Annie Lööf mention muslims, muslimhat or islamophobia in their tweet about the terror attack in New Zealand. In addition, she concludes his tweet by writing ”the Fight against all forms of våldsbejakande extremism, both right-wing extremism as islam, must continue”. "
"She manages to squeeze in the word islamism, but doesn't mention at all that this was not what a terrorist attack on an open street at any time – without a terrorist attack directed against the muslims, whose only ”sin” was that they were muslims."
"we Compare also her tweet what she wrote after the terror attack in Pittsburgh, when she wrote ”anti-Semitism in all its forms, must every day be fought. We stand united with the jewish population, in Pittsburgh, as well as in Sweden”, we begin to see a trend."
"the Government offices then? Even when a compare tweets from the Swedish prime minister mentioned the word anti-semitism after Pittsburgh, but nothing that the deed was directed against muslims, at the condemnation of the terrorist bombings in New Zealand. "
"In his press conference after the terror attack mentioned Stefan Löfven is not even the word muslims, muslimhat or islamophobia a single time."
"This is not a coincidence. It is symptomatic of how the west handles it all the more escalating muslimhatet (often hidden under an anti-immigration cover) – we turn a blind eye to it. And it's not about putting vulnerable groups against each other. It is about highlighting an extremely problematic phenomenon."
"That Ebba Bush Thor writes, it is not just ”another terrorist attack”. This terrorist is still a terrorist attack directed against the muslims. Against the muslims who had to sacrifice their lives, but also to intimidate the rest of the world's muslims."
"Why are Swedish politicians – with our own prime minister in the lead – so keen to exclude the possibility that the terror attack occurred against the muslims with the military potential of the motif?"
"On the web is the video on how Justin Trudeau, Canada's prime minister, chosen to express themselves. He directed against muslims, Canada and the world. Says he mourns with them. That he and Canada will stand on ”their muslim brothers or sisters.” And that islamophobia is the cause of the church – and that it must be combated by all means."
"Even New Zealand's prime minister has been clear that the church is an islamophobic acts of terrorism – and a terrorism that threatens democracy. And she has in many ways shown how serious she looks in this. From everything to mourn or hugging in a genuine way, meet the muslim community, show how steadily she will stand next to them, pledging financial help, stress that ”you are we” and strongly condemn the heinous terrorist."
"Both of these prime ministers has put the church in a context – and not in a vacuum, as many of the Swedish politicians, in particular the prime minister, rhetorically made."
"And we must stop it."
"To condemn all acts of terrorism and very honest with the obvious, in that this act of terrorism was directed against muslims, can be likened to go to the doctor and say ”I have pain in the whole body. Help me” (even though it is the arm one hurt). It becomes difficult for the doctor to heal what needs healed."
"If we do not say what the problem is – in this case, islamophobia and muslimhat – we can't get to grips with the problem. But this is, of course, if we actually look islamofobin and muslimhatet as a growing democratic problem or not, and if we seriously want to grab it. "
"And we want it, we need to call this terrorism for what it is. And understand that it was not something that happened out of nowhere, but as a symptom of the increasingly problematic discourse and the approach to the western world's muslims."
"nSemanur Taskin, muslim and social commentator"
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