About a week planning a group staying at Järvafältet, in the north-west of Stockholm, and who are relatives of the people who left Sweden to join ICE, to travel down to the high-profile camp, al-Hol in Syria.
One of them is the father, whose 25-year-old daughter joined the IS in Syria, and that the DN previously interviewed. His daughter and her two year old girl will reportedly be there.
" I'm going to absolutely go down there and try to meet them.
him were his daughter and his grandchildren in Baghuz, where the hard slutstrider ICE took place.
Then he was unsure about his children and grandchildren would survive. Now he tells us that they survived and were brought to the camp in northeastern Syria.
" It has gone well, life goes on. They are now in the al-Hol. Even the little girl, " he says, and tells us that he has contact with groups of swedes who meet and plan to travel down to Syria to meet with their relatives there.
, a psychologist and former kommittésekreterare of the National coordinator against våldsbejakande extremism, met a group of relatives from the Järva district of stockholm on Sunday evening – a meeting that SVT was the first to tell you about.
some 20 people were on site. The message was clear: they feel they have to go down, partly to save the starving and sick children, and grandchildren, from the violent misery that prevails in the camp, and partly to create public opinion.
It makes Yassin Ekdahl, who have had contact with many of the affected relatives in several years, concerned:
" I know that they are now very resigned. I strongly advise against them, however, decided to travel. There is not much they can do in the place, it is not even certain that they will check in the camp. To travel down is likely to create double the suffering, " he says.
To relatives, the trip down can aggravate the situation and create more troubles, says Yassin Ekdal.
The best thing is to await the government's decision. But something must be done, it is obvious. Their behaviour is a cry for help, " says Yassin Ekdal.
the security police gives no advice to the family members who hear and want to travel down to Syria, without referring to the ministry of foreign affairs, the MINISTRY for foreign affairs. The current recommendation is not to travel to Syria.
DN may 17 adults from Järvafältet to be in Syria. Of them are a dozen women and a handful of men, some of them are dead today. Together they have around 30 children. This means that half of the more than 60 children as DN's team on the ground in Syria in the last week received the information comes from Stockholm's northwestern suburbs.
Where has the radicalization of young people has gone on for many years. In June 2014, the reported DN that at least six young women travelled from Stockholm to Syria. Six months later interviewed the DN of a young man on Järvafältet, whose friend, also very suddenly radicalized and had disappeared.
" I got a shock. He studied at the university, he had confidence in the future. His parents are established, have good jobs. Then I understood the deep, the sick, the seriousness of what is about to happen, " said his friend then.
He also told me how they recruited the young järvaborna did to convince them:
Those who hang out with these thoughts to each other, they go together, welded together, affect each other in closed groups where they grow their hatred towards the western world, their discontent with how they have it.
alerted Ibrahim Bourale, who was then chairman of the Islamic association in Järva about the development.
" We believe that the number of unknown cases is huge. The parents are ashamed and do not dare to seek help. But we must try to stop it here, " he said then.
In november 2014, was organized a first general meeting in the houses of the People in Rinkeby, where all were in agreement: the authorities and civil society must work together to stop radicalisation and the then new phenomenon that the swedes went down.
the measures taken in many districts has not produced the desired effect. Today, many of the men and some of the women who traveled down the dead and their families want to travel down to the extent that it goes to help the children and the grandchildren.
as far As Yassin Ekdahl know, the Swedish authorities have not yet taken any contacts with the relatives of those who acceded to the ICE and can be expected to come home.
– Everyone is talking about that the children must be taken home – but who is going to receive them? It must reasonably be the next of kin. But then they have to be contacted, be prepared, " he says.
According to Christina Kiernan, coordinator for counter-våldbejakande extremism in Stockholm city, so has no contacts have been made with the relatives from the city side.
" We have to deal with the orosanmälningar have come in during recent times. Many of them are incomplete, there is no social security number and it is often very unclear what the parents are. Our role is not to contact relatives, " she says.
– It can of course be very problematic if you smuggled home or come here without the authorities know it. Of course, it is very important that the member may help, but it is my experience that it's not always good to take matters into their own hands, " she says.
the Father of the 25-year-old daughter who would like to travel down don't know if he will be able to take his children and his grandchildren back to Sweden:
– So far I have not come, but I hope so clear, " he says.
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