5.14 in i videoklippet dyker den stora moskén i Malmö upp. Den muslimska friskolan Ögårdsskolan tillhör Islamic Center. Fotbollsmålet på gräsplanen där mellanstadieeleverna spelar på rasten syns framför moskén.
Hedegaard är bosatt i Danmark och säger i klippet när Islamic Center filmas, att den väg Malmö går, går övriga Sverige.
Hedegaard är ordförande i Trykkefrihedsselskabet och The International Free Press Society:
CBN News: Malmö, Sweden - Growing muslim influence.
12 mars, 2009
A few years ago, the London Guardian newspaper called Sweden the most successful society the world has ever known. But Sweden today is being transformed by a large influx of immigrants from the Middle East.
Sweden's third largest city, Malmö, sits just across the water from Copenhagen, Denmark. To visitors, Malmö seems quiet, nice, maybe a little boring; in other words, quintessentially Swedish. But under the surface, Malmö has serious problems.
"Hedegaard lives across the water from Malmö in Copenhagen, Denmark, where he was a columnist for one of Denmark's largest newspapers. He says pro-Israel demonstrations in Malmö, like the ones during the fighting in Gaza earlier this year, were met with rocks, bottles and pipe bombs from Arabs and Leftists."
"I was there for demonstration; a pro-Israeli demonstration with about 400 or 500 people," Hedegaard told CBN News. "Jews and non-Jews, and I came over to cover it. The police allowed, I'd say a hundred Palestinians or Arabs to shout and threaten and throw bombs and rockets at us. A homemade bomb landed about ten yards from me, and went off with a big bang. And now of course, I thought the police were going to jump these guys, get them out of the way. They didn't. They just let them stand there."
"Hedegaard says as Malmö goes, so goes the rest of Sweden."
Källa, CBN News måndag 16 mars 2009: