Imagine: this Somali journalist, Amun Abdullari, is returning to Somalia after emigrating to Sweden in 1991 to become a journalist. She wrote about the radicalization of young Somali Muslims and pursued a news story on young Muslims who had changed "after studying religious scripture."
She investigated further and found that the leader of an after-school activity center lured Muslim youth into al-Shabab jihadist activity. After her news report on Swedish radio was aired, she received the requisite death fatwas, as is always the case. But what she didn't anticipate was the attacks by the left wing press. Behind these vicious attacks was Randi Mossige-Norheim, winner of the (get this) "Grand Journalism Award," among others. After the fallacious attack on Amun's courageous reportage aired on "Konflict," she was further ostracized. She received more threats (including a mutilated doll) and her own family turned their backs on her. After the show aired, she had to move again and she lost her job. She is moving back to Somalia. When asked if she was worried that "Somalia is a dangerous place," Amun replied, "Sweden is more dangerous than Mogadishu. Here you cannot tell the truth. The truth is kept secret, the people are silenced." (video hat tip Michael)