Gothenburg ‘one of Europe’s most segregated cities’
“I was completely shocked when I saw the result. I perhaps would have guessed one percent. I’m speechless,” Guluzar Tarhan Selvi, acting project manager at Varken Hora eller Kuvad told Swedish newspaper Göteborgs-Posten (GP).
The Swedish government’s national coordinator against violent extremism said she was not hugely surprised by the number however.
“The study was carried out in some of the areas where we know there are people who have travelled to join Isis in Syria,” Hillevi Engström said.
And the MP insisted it is good that more facts about support for extremist organizations are coming to light.
“You have to…
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