Deeply attached to its reputation as a democratic, secular, humanitarian superpower, Sweden’s dedication to equal opportunity is under question. Many of the country’s immigrants feel a pervasive sense of societal exclusion.
According to Al Aljazeera, there is now a growing radicalisation among non-ethnic Swedes – as people from immigrant backgrounds are called.
Though Sweden’s national security agency, the SAPO, officially estimated that 299 Swedish nationals have travelled to fight with t...
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