Sweden's dream turns to nightmare as migrant crime soars

Sweden is one of the most welcoming countries in Europe, taking in more refugees per capita than anyone else.  But residents of at least one small town outside Gothenburg, Sweden's second largest city, are beginning to regret that open arms policy. Mölndal is a quiet suburb of 63,000.  But in the last year, more than 4,000 refugees – most of them unaccompanied minors from the Middle East and Africa – have set off a crime wave that culminated in the murder of a social worker in a refugee center that has shocked Europe. Daily Mail: The murder of social worker Alexandra Mezher at a home for unaccompanied refugees this week has shone the spotlight on the country’s controversial open-door immigration policy. The 22-year-old’s mother Chimene, who arrived in Sweden as a refugee, claims the country is no longer safe. Heartbroken Mrs Mezher said: ‘We left Lebanon to escape the civil war, the violence and the danger. We...(Read Full Post)