DISINFO: Terrorism is a growing threat in Europe; the situation is worst in Sweden
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DISINFO: Terrorism is a growing threat in Europe; the situation is worst in Sweden


The threat of terror is growing in Europe; the situation is worst in Sweden.

Sweden, as one of the bulwarks of multiculturalism and Liberalism in EU and actively promoting those ideas in Europe and the former Soviet Union, acts light-heartedly to the advent of people, representing radical islamist movements. According to expert Apkhaidze, around 28 percent of Sweden are migrants; the majority of those are Arabs.


A set of unfounded claims on terrorism and migration in Europe and Sweden, consistant with the narrative of the imminent collapse. Similar cases can be found here, here and here.

According to official statistics from Sweden, the percentage of residents in Sweden, born outside the country, is 19.7 per cent. The largest part of those are born in Finland, followed by former Yugoslavia. Ten percent of those, born outsiden Sweden, are refugees from Syria. Of migrants from Syria, sizeable parts are Assyrians and other non-Arab peoples.

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