Disinfo: Swedes will be deported from Sweden


The Arab Party of Sweden calls for the deportation of the aboriginal population of Sweden, who has a critical view on migrants and the ideas of “diversity”. This refers primarily to Swedish pensioneers.


An unfounded claim, presented without any source, and a recurrent narrative of Sweden as a country on the verge of collapse. Similar cases can be found here.

An "Arab Party" did actually appear in Sweden in the summer of 2020; with currently around 400 followers on Facebook. According to research done by Swedish fact-checking group Källkritikbyrån, the “party” likely consists of one single individual.


  • Reported in: Issue 212
  • DATE OF PUBLICATION: 16/09/2020
  • Language/target audience: Russian
  • Country: Sweden
  • Keywords: migration


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