Parties such as Sweden Democrats and Austrian Freedom Party continue to rally large and durable levels of support, even among some of the most economically secure and highly educated regions of Europe.
Radicalization in Sweden is taking place not just in its biggest cities and their suburbs but around the country.
The rise of these parties is often traced to public anxiety over threats to jobs, social housing and the welfare state.
Minority groups have been always the victiom of extremist strategies and ideas;while Sweeden government dont take a hard line with extremists under the pretext of democracy,citizens’s security is not guaranteed in theses countries.
In last case, Sweden’s largest Shia mosque burned down in suspected arson attack.
Mosque spokesman Akil Zahiri told Swedish media he was “very troubled” by the suspected attack as the mosque “felt like another home”.
“This is the largest Shia mosque in Sweden, with thousands of members, and there are already dozens of members here on the spot right now,” he said.
“They are very worried. I feel terrified, stressed and sad.”
In last years,xenophobic attacks have been increasing, including 112 fires last year at refugee reception centres, most of them arson.
Swedish authorities have come under criticism many times for not caring enough about the citizens’s security.
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