"Debater: We with multi-cultural background must condemn it as wrongly called ”honor violence”"
"This is an opinion piece. It is the writer who stands for the views that are put forward in the text, not Against."
"the DEBATE. Since the middle of 90-h I have heard the expression that ”crimes of honour”, ”hedersrelaterad problems”, ”honour related violence”, and each time it has turned into the soul of one of the worst abused of the word ”honor” and thus put the perpetrators, that is to say, people who practice this cruelty against the other, in a context where you're talking about ”honor”. "
"That we in Sweden have given the perpetrators the right to even breathe the word ”honor” is beyond me and deeply tragic. "
"it is Not enough that the perpetrators in total disregard to apply some of the most fundamental constitutional rules, to be able to fall in love with anyone, regardless of gender, ethnicity, social class, religion. "
"not To be in certain places, not as a woman, have a look at all the people in the eyes, not to be a free soul in our dear Sweden, IT makes me both angry and desperately sad. "
"I will perhaps be even more sad about how society and with authorities daily, using words like ”hedersrelaterad issue”. It just needs to stop now and I salute you Stefan Löfven who now openly showing your position on this extremely important issue."
"To restrict the love between people is shameful and I have incredibly difficult to see the slightest bit of honor in this. To monitor and restrict the freedom of people is shameful. "
"not To follow the most basic laws about the equal value of all people is shameful and I do not like to live in Sweden if you are not okay with this. Really, I wish that those who exercise ”Skamrelaterat violence” has exhausted its chance to live in Sweden. "
"I grew up in san francisco (a suburb in southern Stockholm) with my dad Sami from Egypt, my mother Irma (from Sweden) and my two older brothers. Among the first my father taught me was that I will always represent the two countries, but that I would live according to the laws, standards and ethic in Sweden. "
"when someone asks ”where are you from?”, I would rakryggat say Sweden, despite the fact that many may see me as a foreigner, or an immigrant because of my skin or my weird name. "
"so This is what I have in mind and if someone asked about my parents origins, I would respond equally rakryggat Egypt and Sweden and always be a good representative for both countries. "
"I have now realized more than ever that we of mixed ancestry must raise our voices and perhaps more than ethnic Swedish condemn, reject, and openly show how despicable these ”Skamrelaterade crime” is. For in any way, crawling a suspicion of racism, in under the skin of many of the ethnic Swedish. It should not be so, but my view is, unfortunately, precisely this. "
"I'm working with to help society's most vulnerable people in a variety of ways in my business. In my everyday life I meet, unfortunately, all too many who are subjected to this torture, and unfortunately I see no end to these ”skambrott”. On the contrary! The curve and requests from the social services about the case with the ”so-called hedersrelaterad issue” is pointing steeply upwards. "
"Since many years back, I have the privilege to lecture across the country about people at risk. I wish there and then as here and now, that we all in Sweden removes the word ”honor” and replaces this with ”shame”. "
"Please, stop mistreating the noble word ”honor” in this context. It is just too sad. Like salt in the wounds of the victims. "
"nSascha Abdelnabi, social worker, therapist, lecturer, and teacher."
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