Sweden supported by the Syrian regime to deport people

Posted on November 8, 2011

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Dear Reader,

Hope you are having a wonderful evening!

It is with great concern over the deeds by my country Sweden that I am writing this. It has come to my knowledge that my country is still sending people back to countries where they probably face the death. Even more remarkable this time, is that they got help from the Syrian regime to stop people from protesting against the deportation of a Syrian democracy-fighter Mr. Fars Mahmoud.
I would like to ask you to take action on this matter by sending the 3 letters down below to various decision-makers.

Thanks in advance,

Send the letter below to: mikael.ribbenvik@migrationsverket.se
Subject: The deportation of the democracy-fighter Fars Mahmoud

Dear Mikael,

It is with great sorrow in my mind that I contact you. I have heard from independent sources that Sweden have not learned from the mistake made in 2001, when they helped CIA fulfill the deportation of 2 Egyptians. This Tuesday (8/11 2011), when the fighter for democracy Fars Mahmoud was to be deported from Sweden, the Syrian regime had 4 agents present that threatened people who tried to protest against the deportation. Is this a part of the the new “flexible” asylum-process that you have spoken so warmly about, to let country’s agents administer the security work?

The mentioned above is sadly not the only thing that is startling when it comes to Fars Mahmoud’s case. The feeling of irritation reach a gigantic climax, when you understand that the Migration Board also is missing knowledge about what is going on in this world and especially in countries that is committing grave violations against its citizens on a daily basis. How can it be that anyone even consider to send an individual back to a country that is exposing dissidents for punishments that we only believe exists in the world of American movies. Fars Mahmoud was active in a Kurdish movement in Syria – an organization that the regime is brutally persecuting. The Party’s spokesman Mashal Tammo was brutally murdered by the regime’s agents in the town Qamishli 7th of October.

Norway has realized that it is not right to deport people to a country, such as Syria, that is killing its liberty-seeking citizens on a daily basis.
Now it is time for Sweden to do that as well!

Best Regards,

Send the letter down below by using the form: http://www.regeringen.se/pub/road/Classic/article/117/jsp/Render.jsp?a=70266&m=popup&l=sv
Subject: The deportation of the democracy-fighter Fars Mahmoud

Dear Minister of Migration,

It is with great sorrow in my mind that I contact you. I have heard from independent sources that Sweden have not learned from the mistake made in 2001, when they helped CIA fulfill the deportation of 2 Egyptians. This Tuesday (8/11 2011), when the fighter for democracy Fars Mahmoud was to be deported from Sweden, the Syrian regime had 4 agents present that threatened people who tried to protest against the deportation. Is this a part of the the new “flexible” asylum-process that you have spoken so warmly about, to let country’s agents administer the security work?

The mentioned above is sadly not the only thing that is startling when it comes to Fars Mahmoud’s case. The feeling of irritation reach a gigantic climax, when you understand that the Migration Board also is missing knowledge about what is going on in this world and especially in countries that is committing grave violations against its citizens on a daily basis. How can it be that anyone even consider to send an individual back to a country that is exposing dissidents for punishments that we only believe exists in the world of American movies. Fars Mahmoud was active in a Kurdish movement in Syria – an organization that the regime is brutally persecuting. The Party’s spokesman Mashal Tammo was brutally murdered by the regime’s agents in the town Qamishli 7th of October.

Norway has realized that it is not right to deport people to a country, such as Syria, that is killing its liberty-seeking citizens on a daily basis.
Now it is time for Sweden to do that as well!

If there necessarily is a need to deport people, it should be the representatives of the Syrian regime in Sweden.

Best Regards,

Send the letter down below by using the form: http://www.regeringen.se/pub/road/Classic/article/117/jsp/Render.jsp?a=70244&m=popup&l=sv
Subject: The deportation of the democracy-fighter Fars Mahmoud

Dear Prime Minister,

It is with great sorrow in my mind that I contact you. I have heard from independent sources that Sweden have not learned from the mistake made in 2001, when they helped CIA fulfill the deportation of 2 Egyptians. This Tuesday (8/11 2011), when the fighter for democracy Fars Mahmoud was to be deported from Sweden, the Syrian regime had 4 agents present that threatened people who tried to protest against the deportation. Has Sweden unburdened the work when it comes to deportation of individuals, by letting other country’s agents administer the security work?

The mentioned above is sadly not the only thing that is startling when it comes to Fars Mahmoud’s case. The feeling of irritation reach a gigantic climax, when you understand that the Migration Board also is missing knowledge about what is going on in this world and especially in countries that is committing grave violations against its citizens on a daily basis. How can it be that anyone even consider to send an individual back to a country that is exposing dissidents for punishments that we only believe exists in the world of American movies. Fars Mahmoud was active in a Kurdish movement in Syria – an organization that the regime is brutally persecuting. The Party’s spokesman Mashal Tammo was brutally murdered by the regime’s agents in the town Qamishli 7th of October.

Norway has realized that it is not right to deport people to a country, such as Syria, that is killing its liberty-seeking citizens on a daily basis.
Now it is time for Sweden to do that as well!

I urge Sweden’s government to abate the diplomatic immunity for Syria and shut their embassy in Sweden.

Best Regards,