What happened to Sweden?

FAMILY: After the death of his ISIS bride daughter, one man struggles to then free his multiple grandchildren from a Syrian prison camp.

When she was growing up, Patricio Galvez supported his daughter Amanda Gonzales in her decisions. His only concern was her happiness. She converted to Islam together with her mother. After she married fellow Swede Michael Skråmo, she became radicalised and joined the terrorist group ISIS. Her husband became a high-profile ISIS-warrior, recruiting for the terrorist group through social media. In 2014 the couple moved to Raqqa and in 2019, during the final battles, they . . .

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