A 72-year-old Arab left activist, who among other things has been convicted of rape in Sweden, will now finally be expelled from the country, reports Aftonbladet, who writes that the case must involve a "new European record," in an emotional article, where we are almost supposed to feel sorry for a rapist and a serial criminal, just because he is a foreigner.
Rachid came to Sweden as a "refugee" from Morocco in 1961, after the leftist propagandist had to flee when Hassan II became king in the country.
The 72-year-old tells Aftonbladet that he studied economics at Uppsala and that he once had coffee with former PM Tage Erlander.
During his 55-year stay in Sweden, he has also received six convictions. For example, he has been sentenced to five years in prison for "including beatings, rape and drug offenses," writes Aftonbladet's Oisin Cantwell.
The decision of deportation did not come as a direct result of his convictions for rape and other crimes, however. Instead the Migration Board ruled that Rachid lack adequate adaptation to Sweden when he applied to have his residence permit renewed this year, and that he therefore should be deported back to the Arab world. He was given the same message in 2008 but was still allowed to stay in Sweden as an "undocumented refugee," until the decision was barred in 2013.
Aftonbladet describes the rapist as a victim of the Swedish authorities.
- This is a terrible situation. I have nothing in Morocco. No relatives. No friends. This is where my family is, says Rachid to the newspaper.
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