Sweden: Muslim head of National Heritage Board downplays Swedish history, plays up historical role of Muslims
Tuesday, February 06, 2018
Jihad Watch : Qaisar Mahmood, a Muslim born in Pakistan, is the head of the Swedish
National Heritage Board. He readily admits that he has not read
anything about Sweden’s cultural heritage. He is using his position to
downplay Sweden’s cultural heritage and history, and to create a false
narrative that will help compel Swedes to accept mass Muslim migration.
Remember the fake news story about the Viking burial cloth bearing the word “Allah”?
That was one manifestation of what Qaisar Mahmood and others like him
are doing. There is no Muslim history in Sweden, but Qaisar Mahmood is
working to change the very idea of cultural heritage and fabricate
fictions about a historical Muslim presence in Sweden in order to
advance his political and sociological agenda.
Qaisar Mahmood as a Pakistani is, of course, not an Arab, but this
video is otherwise excellent and makes extraordinarily important points.
This is how Sweden is obliterating itself and committing cultural and
national suicide. After all, Swedes appointed Qaisar Mahmood to this
position. It is Swedish leaders who want to destroy Swedish cultural and
It also must be remembered in connection with Qaisar Mahmood’s role
as head of the Swedish National Heritage Board that the Qur’an suggests
that ruins are a sign of Allah’s punishment of those who rejected his
truth: “Many were the Ways of Life that have passed away before you:
travel through the earth, and see what was the end of those who rejected
This is one of the foundations of the Islamic idea that pre-Islamic civilizations, and non-Islamic civilizations, are all jahiliyya
— the society of unbelievers, which is worthless. Obviously this cuts
against the idea of tourism of ancient sites and non-Muslim religious
installations such as are found all over Sweden.
V. S. Naipaul encountered this attitude in his travels through Muslim countries. For many Muslims, he observed in Among the Believers,
“The time before Islam is a time of blackness: that is part of Muslim
theology. History has to serve theology.” Naipaul recounted that some
Pakistani Muslims, far from valuing the nation’s renowned archaeological
site at Mohenjo Daro, saw its ruins as a teaching opportunity for
Islam, recommending that Qur’an 3:137 be posted there as a teaching
It does lead one to ponder what Qaisar Mahmood might allow to be
done, or not done, with Sweden’s historical sites and artifacts. (Video from Red Ice TV, with thanks to Denny)