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Refugees kicked out of housing after 2 years: Ahmad think it's cold in the tent

- Now it has become very clear. - Sweden can't take any more. - There is filled up. How to write Åsa's in the pt most popular comment, which is written

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Refugees kicked out of housing after 2 years: Ahmad think it's cold in the tent

- Now it has become very clear.

- Sweden can't take any more.

- There is filled up.

How to write Åsa's in the pt most popular comment, which is written in the major Swedish newspaper following the split Facebook profile, on the group of refugees, who have set up tents in the middle of a large residential area in the Stockholm suburb of Solna.

When they got residence permit in Sweden, the namely, temporary accommodation for two years. And now that time is gone, and their homes must be used to house the new refugees, protesting the above, that they may not get allowed to stay.

- They are not thrown out.

- They have had a fixed-term lease, and they got information about that, it was two years since they moved in.

And by the way, is not regarded as a newcomer, when the two years 'deployment phase' is gone, writes Anette E in the second most popular comment (357 likes), while Christian M is offended:

- What happens for people?

- no matter what background a person has (baker, optician, banker, doctor, student, manager, politician, mm) we have to treat them as people.

But typical of the new spirit of the age, to polarize instead of showing humanity, writes Christian, who also has been part of likes (335).

One of the most affected refugees, Ahmad W., who fled to Sweden from Syria says to the newspaper that there is cold in the tent, and that he does not feel at ease to sleep in the tent:

- Sweden promised to protect us against war, but this is not what I call protection, he says, while a press spokesman from the Solna Municipality explains that Ahmad and the other 14 can seek help like the other homeless. And that it is our choices, that the situation is as it is.

A larger number of refugees is, according to the organization Ort to ort in the same risk to end up in homelessness as Ahmad and the other 14, who sleeps in a tent in Solna right now, but what are you thinking?

the Swedish public service broadcaster SVT has also posted the story on Facebook, and here are refugees also not much support:

- Swedish homeless people would jump for joy over a tent.

- And the young people living at home, although the deh ar work, would also be thankful, writes Britt L and-Måns Y continues:

- Quite correctly, to give them extra help in the beginning, but after that, they should have the same help as the rest of us.

- Or should they be 'newcomers' the whole of life, ask-Måns.

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