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Shootouts in Skåne, part II

Shootouts in Skåne, part II
Fiream related crime in Sweden

In part I, I stated that from 1st of January and until 6th of March, 2018, there were 7 shootouts in Sweden where six were killed and 3 shot to death.

Today, 20th of May, I give you an update.

This is the statistics of all shootings in Skåne between January 2018, until 20th of May 2018:

Amount of shootouts 12
Wounded 9
Killed 5
Sex of victims All male
Most common city Malmö (7 shootouts)

Happy Norooz!

Happy Norooz!

Norooz is the Iranian new year celebrated by the Iranian people all over the world. Norooz means ”new day” and marks the beginning of the spring.

This year, Norooz is celebrated on Tuesday 20th of March 2018, 17:15:28.

I wish you all a happy Norooz with prosperity and health. For my beloved homeland Iran, I wish freedom and greatness.

Noroozetan Pirooz

Yours
Ardavan Khoshnood

Shootouts in Skåne

Shootouts in Skåne
Foto: Lisa Horn

It is no surprise that the rate of firearm-related violence in Sweden is highly increasing. Please read two of my previous posts on this notion here and here. According to the Swedish National Council for Crime Prevention (Brottsförebyggande rådet, BRÅ), Skåne, the southernmost province of Sweden, and its largest city, Malmö, are more affected by shootings and firearm-related violence than any other province and city in the country.

In order to have a clear statistic over the firearm-related violence in the Skåne province, I have since 1st of January 2018 gathered statistics on the rate of shootings based on open-sources (=media), in which at least one person has been wounded or killed.

“O, Shah of Iran, Return Back to Iran”

“O, Shah of Iran, Return Back to Iran”
Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, the Shah of Iran

Do not miss my guest contribution to ”Kiani Concept” on the 39th anniversary of the Islamic revolution:  https://kianiconcept.com/o-shah-iran-return-back-iran/

As the Islamic Republic in Iran today marks its 39th anniversary, it is a fact that more than 50% of Iran´s population was not even born when the Islamic regime came to power in 1979. Since then, the people of Iran have been living under the constant propaganda of the Islamic regime, especially in discussing the late Shah of Iran. But today, our youths are thirsting to know the history and be a part of history. However, to be a part of history, we need to know the history. This short text is a humble yet necessary reminder of who the late Shah was.