Sweden: Convert to Islam in three days or die, threatening letters circulate

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Threatening letters leave the Swedes in panic after their mailboxes get bombarded with them.

According to details, several Swedes had recently received letters warning them to convert to Islam. This has left the Swedish citizens in horror. The letters contain an ultimatum of three days within which they had to convert to Islam or else be beheaded.

In line with a report by RT Arabic, “Swedish government is in a state of panic after dozens of its citizens received threatening letters signed by ISIS and offering them three choices, either conversion to Islam, payment of jizya, or decapitation.”

RT Arabic reported this news on December 12, further revealing that the recipients of these letters were warned that they had three days to make a decision. It was further revealed that these letters were written in the Swedish language. Swedish police is carrying out investigation into this. Police personnel are actively patrolling various areas where people have received these letters just to make sure that the threatened violence is not carried out in reality.

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These letters are being posted to hundreds of people in different cities of Sweden at the same time. These nerve-jangling letters purportedly signed ISIS carrying the terrorist organization’s flag. Swedes in major cities including Stockholm have been receiving these warning letters which include threat “the police will not save you from being murdered.”

The note says: “In the name of Allah, the merciful, full of grace. You who are not believers will be decapitated in three days in your own house. We will bomb your rotten corpses afterwards.

You must choose between these three choices: 1. Convert to Islam. 2. Pay the jizya [religious tax] for protection. 3. Or else, you will be decapitated. “The police will not prevent or save you from you being murdered. (Death comes to all of you).”

These letters which promise attacks will be launched within three days were first posted on December 10, Thursday in several areas which include Ronneby, Sigtuna and Västerås.