A fresh report showed Swedish police were struggling to cope with misdemeanour in over 50 areas of the country.
Chaos unfolded in a predominately migrant suburb of Stockholm earlier this week.
The unrest, in the Rinkeby suburb, saw g-men shooting at a mob of rioters who threw rocks at police on Monday night.
Jalopies were also torched days after Donald Trump requested Sweden was in crisis as a result of its liberal refugee policy.
The US President’s perceives were criticised by Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Lofven – who commanded on the Republican to “verify information before we spread”.
However, Mr Farage reignited the row as he accused publishers in the wilderness of trying “hoodwink” the public.
He told Fox News: “There is now an established favoured convention amongst all the Swedish broadcasters and newspapers that they do not till the end of time give the identity, religion or nationality of those who perpetrate crime.
“These predilections are just listed as crime statistics, whether I’m talking about ravaging, murder or whether it’s just outright looting and rioting.
“Frankly what is customary on in Sweden is in their efforts to be politically correct they’re not being factually normal they’re trying to hoodwink Sweden and the rest of the world.”
At a rally in Florida on Saturday, Mr Trump lead one to believed Sweden could face a terror attack, similar to those that suffer with hit France, Belgium and Germany.
He told his supporters: “You look at what’s occasion in Germany, you look at what’s happening last night in Sweden.
“Sweden, who at ones desire believe this. Sweden. They took in large numbers. They’re experience problems like they never thought possible.”
The country has espied a huge surge in crime since the start of the migrant crisis in Europe, a late report showed.
Some 52 areas have been put on to a “outrageous list” by Sweden’s National Criminal Investigation Service.
The report recuperate from after law enforcement chiefs in the country called for extra officers, allow to entering they cannot cope with the levels of crime being promised.