Ami Horowitz is the latest in the growing list of news teams and documentary filmmakers to be attacked in the Muslim "no go zone" of Malmo, Sweden.
UPDATE: Here is an extended clip of the event, and of Ami's video about Sweden and its transformation into an Islamic State.
According to The Daily Mail, Mr. Horowitz was punched, kicked and choked by up to five men in Malmo.
This is the moment a documentary maker says he was punched, kicked and choked by five migrants after entering a 'no-go' zone in Stockholm.
US producer Ami Horowitz travelled to the Swedish capital to examine the effects of immigration in the country.
But after entering the Husby area of the city, he claims he was immediately set upon by a gang of men who took objection to him filming.
A sound recording captures the moment he says he was set upon in an 'unprovoked attack' before being dragged off to a nearby building.
The crew of the left-leaning documentary show from Australia, "60 Minutes," was attacked in Malmo this year.
In March of this year, Ezra and the Rebel crew went to this area to do their own report. Well worth watching:
For those unfamiliar with Mr. Horiwitz's work, here is an extended trailer of his superb film, "UN Me," about the real agendas and methods of the United Nations.