By Pamela Geller
Of course these no go zones don’t exist – according to the left. These officers must therefore have imaginary injuries.
For those of us who don’t close our eyes to reality, this is just more of the same: those in the front line having to bear the brunt of jihad violence. Meanwhile their political masters keep a blind eye on the situation.
Sadly, it will all get much worse in Europe before there will be any prospect of it getting better. It won’t ever get any better if the present crop of apologists cling on to power. Let’s hope this year’s elections provide some hope for western civilization.
Rinkeby is a suburb dominated by Muslim immigrants, in northern Stockholm, Sweden and the site of numerous violent Muslim riots, arson and uprisings.
It is any wonder that 80 per cent of police officers are considering switching careers due to the danger they face in the field.
SWEDEN’S ‘NO-GO ZONE’ CRISIS: Three police officers injured after being ATTACKED by thugs
THREE Swedish police officers were taken to hospital after being attacked by a violent mob on a routine mission in a ‘no-go zone’ on Friday evening.
By Lizzie Stromme, The Express, February 11, 2017:
Officers in Sweden’s capital were on patrol in the suburb of Rinkeby when they are set upon by a group of 20-30 thugs.
Police spokeswoman Eva Nilsson said the sickening attack on her colleagues happened after they stopped to search an individual at around 11pm.
Moments later the mob appeared and started hitting, kicking and throwing bottles and glass at the attending officers.
Ms Nilsson said: “It is utterly unacceptable that this happened during normal service.
“The trouble started after a [routine search of a person]. People came out from a place nearby, a restaurant or what it was.
“Exactly how many people were involved is difficult to say, but the officers [assess] it to be between 20-30 people. All of them were not active, but they were observing the incident.
“Bottles and glass was also thrown at the police.”
Three police officers were taken to hospital for treatment after the brutal clash, and Ms Nilsson added: “Of course it’s serious when police officers on duty are attacked in this way.
“Unfortunately this is the reality… for officers.”
The official also confirmed three people had been detained following the sickening incident.
The shocking attack on the on-duty officers is just one of many incidents, as officials have placed more than 50 areas on a ‘no-go zone’ list where they admit they do not have control.
Lawless thugs are wreaking havoc unchecked, and officers are often at personal risk when entering the crisis-hit areas.