Swedish prosecutor: ISIS flag doesn’t constitute ‘Hate Speech’ despite threatening and committing genocide against Christians and other minorities

For an image or statement to represent ‘incitement to hatred’ under Swedish law it needs to threaten or disparage a group of persons in connection to race, colour, national or ethnic origin, religious belief or sexual orientation. Sjövall said: ‘If there had been anything in the text with more specific formulations about certain groups, for example homosexuals, the ruling could have been different.‘  (Daily Mail)

The Swedish prosecutor ‘legalized’ ISIS flag despite the mass murder against Christians and other religious minorities committed by ISIS and defined as ‘genocide‘ also by the European Parliament.