“We wanted to show the importance of integration. The boys were to go to the association to see what the other Swedes did and get to know the [soccer] associations were important, how it can be a gateway to jobs and much more," said Christer Girke, marketing manager for Malmo soccer team, in the documentary.
Osama Krayem, 11, was one of the kids featured. His father was enthusiastic about his son integrating into Swedish society.
“The impression I got was that the father was very sure that they would get to see something other than Rosengard and I know they moved out so the children would go to a school that was considered better. Osama was sullen and stayed in the background. But he was a good player and always one of the gang. There was never any problem with him,” Krayem said.
So whatever happened to this kid? He got a nice job working for the city in 2013 when he came of age.
On Friday, the model Muslim made news.
From Politico Europe:
Osama Krayem, seen with suicide bomber Khalid el-Bakraoui minutes before the attack on Brussels’ Maalbeek metro station, told investigators he was carrying a bag full of explosives but decided to back out at the last moment, Belgian newspaper De Standaard reported Friday.
The newspaper states that Krayem, who was arrested on Friday in Brussels, told authorities that his bag was identical to that of el-Bakraoui, who blew himself up at Maalbeek metro station. He previously claimed that he did not know his companion was committing an attack, but later confessed that he was not in Brussels by coincidence.Let us quit pretending all Muslim "refugees" belong in Europe and North America.