Refugees return to Sweden after death threats in Finland ⋆

Refugees return to Sweden after death threats in Finland



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Hundreds of refugees from different nationalities arrived at the bus station in Haparanda in Finland, but twenty of them immediately returned back to Luleå in Sweden.

One of the returning refugees said the reason for his return is that he felt humiliated, unsafe and threatened, as soon as he arrived at the bus station in Finland, when he saw hundreds of protesters against refugees cursing them and insulting their origins and religions, to the point of threatening their lives if they stayed in Finland.

During the day, hundreds of Finns have built a human wall on the border between Sweden and Finland, holding signs that say: “That’s enough, close the border now!”

In contrast, on the Swedish side of the border, dozens of Swedes demonstrators gathered in support for the rights of refugees and welcoming them.

One demonstrator said: “It is really unfortunate, those demonstrators against refugees are acting selfishly and with lack of responsibility towards refugees who are in need for protection and security, after the harsh conditions that forced them to leave their home countries, this is inhumane!”



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