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Radio Sweden Monday

Publicerat måndag 12 november 2007 kl 10.18
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Many young Muslims in this country might fall prey to radical Islamist groups, the chief security analyst of Sweden’s Security Service maintains. But the Swedish public is not aware of the problem.

Swedish authorities estimate some 200,000 false Swedish passports are circulating both within the country and abroad. Apparently, a whole industry seems to lie behind this criminal activity.

And we take you to Sweden’s official annual documentary film festival ”Tempo” which is focusing on the quickly changing social and political scenes in Eastern Europe.

Closing music: “Brother Oh Brother”, Måns Zelmerlöw

Radical Islam could pose a threat to Swedish national security. That is the conclusion of, SÄPO, the Swedish Security Service. It says some young Swedish Moslems are being radicalised to such an extent that these home-grown radicals could be used by outside forces to carry out violence in this Scandinavian nation.

Swedish authorities estimate some 200,000 false Swedish passports are circulating both within the country and abroad. Apparently, a whole industry seems to lie behind this criminal activity. But there isn’t much the authorities can do about it.

Sweden’s official documentary film festival ”Tempo” in Stockholm focuses on the ”new Europe” this year. Even though the rapidly changing social and polical scenes in Eastern Europe are close geographically, they are still so little known to most Swedes.

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