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The Swedish Church employee wanted to stop SVT's interview with asylum seekers


An employee of the Swedish Church recently tried to stop an asylum seeker's participation in SVT's reporting on women at Spenshult's asylum accommodation. In SVT's secret recording, the employee of the Swedish Church says that asylum seekers "should shut up", that "all refugees who are Arabs" live with honor culture and that the Migration Board should not be criticized in the media.

The Church of Sweden is one of several organizations that regularly visit Spenshult. After contact with an employee of the church, an asylum-seeking interviewee chose to drop his participation in SVT's reporting on women who experience housing as unsafe.

To find out why the employee of the Swedish Church had advised the interviewer not to participate, SVT Nyheter Halland phoned the person, and recorded the conversation.

During the conversation with the employee we get several different answers. Among other things, they want to protect the interviewee who is under 18. But eventually, other arguments also emerge.

Means that the activities of the church can be affected

Among other things, the employee of the Swedish Church states that criticism of the Swedish Migration Board can have a negative impact on the church's activities at Spenshult. The employee also talks about problems of honor and says not to criticize the Swedish Migration Board in the media.

Take part of the recording of the conversation with the employee of the Swedish Church in the clip above.

See also: The church pastor withdraws from statements about the Swedish Migration Board

See also : The Swedish Migration Board was concerned about the Swedish Church employee's statement

Source: svt

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