Co-founders: Kent Ekeroth (Sweden Democrats MP) and Ted Ekeroth (Sweden Democrats)
Run by the Ekeroths, the group’s purpose was to collect funds to organise events and seminars about Islamisation.
It funded a meeting with Alan Lake in Malmö in 2009 and Robert Spencer in 2010. The group has been inactive since 2011 and its website is down. The remainder of the funds were passed over to a blog called Politisk Inkorrekt which later became Avpixlat.
Leading member of the Sweden Democrats (SD) and twin brother of SD MP Kent Ekeroth.
His now-defunct website states: “Islam’s spread is the biggest threat to freedom, democracy, women’s rights, success and prosperity. Many other policy areas are important, but set against the Islamization of the world at large they appear almost non-existent in weight.”
He considers Islam to be a greater global threat than Nazism. He ran the Anti- Islamiseringsfonden/Anti-Islamisation fund with his brother Kent.
Kent Ekeroth is a prominent figure in the Sweden Democrats (SD) and an MP. He has established links with other like-minded counter-jihadist activists and political parties. He ran the Anti-Islamiseringsfonden foundation with his brother Ted Ekeroth.
Journalist, teacher and public lecturer, Jan Sjunnesson is one of the more prominent anti-muslim activists in Sweden lately.
Has contributed to Avpixlat and Samhällsnytt.
Digital learning portfolios (Uppsala Learning Lab, 2001)
Metadata for learning objects (Uppsala Learning Lab, 2003)
Kommunitarism. En antologi om individualism och gemenskap i moral, politik och filosofi (redaktör; Vulkan 2013)
The Swedish Story. From extreme experiment to normal nation (Nomen/ Createspace 2013)
Sverige 2020. Från extremt experiment till normal nation (Createspace 2013).
Sara Sarasvati. An Indo–Swedish story (Createspace 2013)
Philosophy papers on Aristotle to Rorty (Createspace 2014)
Framtidsmannen (Createspace 2014)
Pedagogik och polemik (Createspace 2017)