Stockholm, Sweden, May 18, 2019. Demonstration for detained imams in Sweden. In recent weeks, imams and Muslim leaders in Sweden have been taken in custody. Three imams are now in custody: Abo Raad, imam of a mosque in Gävle, Hussein Al-Jibury, imam of a mosque in Umeå, and Fekri Hamad, imam of a mosque in Västerås. Raad's son is also being held. Abdel-Nasser el Nadi, chief executive of Vetenskapsskolan, is the fifth senior member of Sweden's Muslim community to be placed in custody in less than a month. According to Swedish law, Swedish Security, Säpo, can deport anyone who is not a Swe

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Stockholm, Sweden, May 18, 2019. Demonstration for detained imams in Sweden. In recent weeks, imams and Muslim leaders in Sweden have been taken in custody. Three imams are now in custody: Abo Raad, imam of a mosque in Gävle, Hussein Al-Jibury, imam of a mosque in Umeå, and Fekri Hamad, imam of a mosque in Västerås. Raad's son is also being held. Abdel-Nasser el Nadi, chief executive of Vetenskapsskolan, is the fifth senior member of Sweden's Muslim community to be placed in custody in less than a month. According to Swedish law, Swedish Security, Säpo, can deport anyone who is not a Swe
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Stockholm, Sweden, May 18, 2019. Demonstration for detained imams in Sweden. In recent weeks, imams and Muslim leaders in Sweden have been taken in custody. Three imams are now in custody: Abo Raad, imam of a mosque in Gävle, Hussein Al-Jibury, imam of a mosque in Umeå, and Fekri Hamad, imam of a mosque in Västerås. Raad's son is also being held. Abdel-Nasser el Nadi, chief executive of Vetenskapsskolan, is the fifth senior member of Sweden's Muslim community to be placed in custody in less than a month. According to Swedish law, Swedish Security, Säpo, can deport anyone who is not a Swedish citizen who is seen as a threat to Swedish security.

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