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In the name of freedom: Sweden choses hatred targeting minorities

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Sweden choses hatred targeting minorities
Sweden The Scandinavian Nation been long admired for the country of human rights and peace while Muslim immigration started back in 1940 the Finnish tatar emigrated from Finland and Estonia, in 1970 Muslim from middle Eastern countries been noticeable.

During 1980 Iraq and Iran war started Sweden been a great friend for humanitarian crisis repeatedly in 2015 during Syrian war Sweden been a nation to be remembered .

From 2017 suddenly Sweden been allowing planned attacks on Muslims burning quran around in Muslim neighbourhoods and masques and since then its became a hatred against minority on monthly basis. Danish minority hater “peludan” leading from front while he has been banned in neighbouring Finland and Norway peludan got wide entrance in Sweden as swedish authorities, MP’s, law enforcements been clapping around being behind the scene.


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That’s 2023 and country like Sweden allowing burning of a holy book is absolute mockery and bigotry in the name of right and freedom. Freedom doesn’t allow to target minorities and attack on their beliefs on regular occasions. Times demand Sweden really should study what does really mean freedom what is human rights and integration rather wrongful foul play and spreading hatred towards minorities.

Writer:
Dewan Wazer Chowdhury
Sweden

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