Swedish class photo creates reactions in Norway

Swedish class photo creates reactions in Norway
A Swedish primary school class photo that has been spread on social media, generates strong reactions - in Norway.

The picture, showing a single ethnic Swedish girl surrounded by non-ethnic Swedish children, some with with hijab, and a blonde teacher, was published in the alternative Norwegian news outlet "Ekte Nyheter," with the inscription "A picture says more than a thousand words".

On social media many Norwegians have commented and many are also concerned about this development coming to Norway.

"What is happening to Sweden? Will this also come to Norway in a few years?"

But the fact is that this is already happening in Norwegian cities, especially in the Norwegian capital of Oslo, where a large number of schools (52 out of 132) now have a majority of immigrant students, as reported here.

- We are in the process of replacing the population, said Per-Willy Amundsen, who is now Minister of Justice, in 2014, when figures from Statistics Norway showed that the Norwegians will be a minority in Norway by 2050.

If you want a glimpse of the future, look at the primary schools.

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