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Mohamed Omar, born 1976, Swedish is a critic, essayist and poet of Swedish-Iranian origin. Omar is the author of three collections of poetry. He was also the editor of the Muslim journal Minaret from 2006 to 2008.
In an article in the newspaper Folket i Bild/Kulturfront, on 17 July 2012, he withdrew from his Islamist standpoint and retracted his antisemite vindications, saying "I ask for forgiveness for having promoted antisemite ideas". In the publication "En opieätares bekännelser" (An opium eater's confession), he develops this new point of view and the reasoning behind it.