"Sweden is not a racist country. Ninety percent are good people, said the Islamic Centres Becirov. But we must also be honest, its a difficult time right now.
Marttinen told how one constituent complained she could no longer wear skirts in the street without harassment. His tone mostly appears moderate, talking about close Syrian friends. People take you more seriously, sweden immigration said Marttinen. People now see we can act responsibly.
Across the Nordic region anti-immigration parties, which languished after Anders Behring Breiviks killing of 77 people in Norway in 2011, are gaining support.
You can see that the language and tone is more vulgar now. That gets worse and worse, said Bejzat Becirov, founder of Swedens first mosque, the Islamic Centre, in the southern city of Malmo, one of the cities with most immigrants."
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