Swedish anti-terror police – including a Muslim officer praised by colleagues – are pelted with STONES while arresting Stockholm attack suspects near migrant district Trump called a ‘no-go zone’
- EXCLUSIVE: Happened near Rinkeby, part of ‘no go zone’ mentioned by Trump
- Policeman Abdallah Ahmed said on social media: ‘Some people will never learn’
- A colleague said: ‘You’re fantastic. I wish I was working with you yesterday’
- Officers believed to be involved in operation to arrest 17-year-old and his mother
The attack happened last night near Rinkeby, part of the ‘immigrant no-go zone’ that gained notoriety when President Trump referred to it in a controversial speech in February.
It is thought that the officers were taking part in an operation to arrest a 17-year-old and his mother at an address linked to the 39-year-old prime suspect.
Both have since been released without charge.
‘During the night my colleagues were exposed to stone throwing in [the suburb of] Tensta, in the middle of an ongoing terror operation.
‘Some people will never learn,’ Abdallah Ahmed, a police officer, said in a social media post.
‘To terror I want to say one thing, in pure Swedish: go to hell…