Swedish court sentences 3 Muslim ‘asylum seekers’ over synagogue arson attack

A court on Monday sentenced three Muslim terrorists who had sought asylum in Sweden to prison for an attempted arson attack on a synagogue in Gothenburg in December 2017.

The three Muslims, along with a number of other Muslims, threw burning torches at the synagogue and two cars parked on the property, resulting in minor damage.

The court sentenced two Muslim terrorists to two years in prison and a third to one year and three months for threats and attempted criminal damage.

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All three terrorists had sought asylum in Sweden. Two – a Syrian national and a Palestinian Authority resident in Syria have been given permanent residency. The third terrorist – from Gaza – had his application rejected and will be deported.

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