Swedish women in tears as Afghan 'boys' are deported

Swedish women in tears as Afghan 'boys' are deported
Middle aged Swedish women weep and protest, as Afghan men who have been denied residence in Sweden, are being returned to Afghanistan. Tuesday night a plane with ten persons left Gothenburg, which the local newspaper Göteborgs-Posten, writes was 'forcibly'.

- Today we cry, but tomorrow we continue the battle, says Kinna Skoglund, spokesperson for the group of women.

The loss of the young Afghan men, who were not quite as young as they claimed, is excruciating for the Swedish middle aged women.

- We are in contact with 14 of them, says Kinna Skoglund, who says that they are standing on each side of the windows, waving to each other and sending text messages to each other.

Göteborgs-Posten asks Kinna Skoglund:

What will happen to those who are flown to Afghanistan?

- They are dropped off in Kabul. Afghanistan says there should be an orderly reception, and the orderly reception consists of two weeks in hotels. If they want to. Then they are on their own, says Kinna Skoglund.

Göteborgs-Posten concludes: Then they stand there, alone, without money.

Kinna Skoglund talks about suicides among those who are to be sent out, and that there is anxiety among 'boys and girls'.

Girls? How many Afghan girls have lied about their age? Best guess is 0.

There is naturally very little sympathy for the Afghan "kids" and the Swedish women in comments of GP's article on Twitter.

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