The Swedish Foreign Minister with a greeting to Muslims in Sweden - in Arabic

The Swedish Foreign Minister with a greeting to Muslims in Sweden - in Arabic
The Swedish Foreign Minister, Margot Wallström, took to Twitter to greet Muslims in Sweden and wish them a happy Ramadan.

Not in Swedish, but in English and Arabic.

It's the Swedish way of saying never mind integration. We'll adapt to you.

A few months ago, Margot Wallström criticized Saudi Arabia for flogging the blogger Raif Badawi, when she said that it is medieval methods to sentence their citizens to flogging, which caused tensions between Sweden and Saudi Arabia, and led to that Wallström was denied making a speech in the oil-rich country.

She even got a fatwa for being an enemy of the Prophet.

Of course, the panic was almost touchable and led Wallström to the epic ignorant statement: Sharia - Islamic law has nothing to do with Islam.

Wallström's Arabic tweet has caused fury among Swedes on social media, and one commentator writes:

- And people wonder why the Sweden Democrats (immigration-critical party, the only one) gets 22 percent in opinion polls...

Another says:

- When you rather greet foreign countries traditions in front of your own country's traditions, you should not receive any votes at all.

And one, among many, says:

- Shame !! Wallström, you're not my Foreign Minister!! I wonder why she just writes English and Arabic but not Swedish?

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