After welcoming Syrian refugees with open arms, Christians in Sweden have been warned to either convert to Islam or die, the UK Daily Mail reported on Wednesday.
According to the report, the threatening messages sent to Christians have been linked to the Islamic State.
“I felt a sudden chill down my spine. It’s terribly painful. We feel threatened,” said Markus Samuelsson, one of 3,000 Assyrian Christians living in the Swedish city of Gothenburg.
The Daily Mail added:
The same messages, along with the ISIS logo, were also painted on a neighbouring pizzeria, while other non-Assyrian-owned businesses were left unscathed, it was reported by Breitbart.
The warnings were also accompanied with the Arabic letter ن – a symbol which has been used ISIS in the Middle East to donate Christians.
According to a post at Western Journalism, police were notified after flyers with ISIS flags were dropped into mailboxes. Those flyers read:
In the name of Allah, the merciful, full of grace. You who are not believers will be decapitated in three days in your own house. We will bomb your rotten corpses afterwards. You must choose between these three choices: 1. Convert to Islam. 2. Pay the jizya [religious tax] for protection. 3. Or else, you will be decapitated. The police will not prevent or save you from you being murdered. (Death comes to all of you).
Meanwhile, the Obama administration is set to bring thousands of these refugees into the country and the GOP establishment is more than happy to fund the effort.
Worse yet, liberals like Michael Moore have turned a blind eye to the threat faced by all Americans. Do they support this as well? One can only wonder…
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