The criticism directed at the Swedish Security Police, Säpo, in connection with the arrest of a man suspected of preparing for a terrorist crime, is understandable but unjustified. Intelligence analysis is a complex science that, together with respect for the rule of law, makes Säpo’s work even more difficult.
There is reason to consider setting up a municipal police force that is mainly focused on crime prevention, write Torsten Elofsson and Ardavan Khoshnood (KD).
The situation of the Iranian people will not be affected in any way by this agreement with Iran; the executions will continue, and Iran will remain the world’s largest prison for journalists. The regime’s 36-year history does not lie.
Member of Malmö Police Board (KD): The police had to act against the perpetrators.
Repression, terror and mass torture conducted by the Islamic regime in Iran have been going on since 1979. How can one have a dialogue with these executioners? writes Ardavan Khoshnood in a reply to Rouzbeh Parsis.
The Malmö police does not have it easy; in addition to successive shootings, the authority also wrestles with a wave of explosions that shake the city.
Kolmisoppi’s claim that immigrants’ distrust of the police is understandable, upsets me. The image he gives of the Scania police is very foreign to me.
For many women, taking off the veil is an act of freedom.
In the Islamic Republic of Iran, you get a stamp in your documents if you vote, and if such a stamp cannot be shown, there will be no university studies or jobs.