Memorial For Woman Murdered By Muslim Migrants BANNED To Avoid Upsetting Them
What is taking place across Europe can best be described as a collective attempt at denial, among those countries that have opened their boarders to the thousands of Muslim refugees and now find themselves, scrambling to explain the countless atrocities being committed by those refugees.
The latest country to fall victim to the violence is Sweden, which has apparently taken a page out of the German handbook in their attempt to ignore, and in some cases cover-up the wholesale assaults being committed upon their citizens.
The latest incident involves Alexandra Mezher, 22, who was stabbed to death when she tried to break up a fight between two teenage boys at a home for unaccompanied minors in Molndal, Gothenburg.
When staff at a similar accommodation in Örnsköldsvik, north-east Sweden, wanted to hold a memorial for Miss Mezher, the council said no, because it would “upset refugee children.”
Miss Mezher’s murder sent shock-waves across Sweden, and has highlighted a number of issues that has followed in the wake of the large number of asylum seekers to arrive in Sweden in the past 12 months.
Staff and social workers at a home for unaccompanied minors in Örnsköldsvik, a town on the north-east coast, were deeply affected by the killing of a colleague in the workplace.
Co-workers were also banned from flying a flag at half mast to honor the victim.
This clip details the murder of Mezher:
Source: Jihad Watch