If you thought Sweden had a monopoly on sympathy for Islamic terrorists, you are mistaken.
The recent controversy arose in a Twitter thread about the August 18 terror attack in which 22-year-old Moroccan asylum seeker, Abderrahman Bouanane, stabbed 10 people and killed two.
A civilian said he was relived that the terrorist didn't attack a school, but expressed concern that terrorist supporters would target schools in the future and hoped they wouldn't be allowed to attend. Finnish Police Superintendent Jari Taponen disagreed.
“On the contrary, people need to be motivated to stay in school….whether it’s a child or adult,” Taponen said.
He was then asked, “As a police officer you support terrorists being in our children’s schools?”
Taponen replied, “Even a terrorist can benefit from good learning! It might widen views and expand tolerance!”
Wow. Let us know in the comments what you think.