Not allowed to stay at castle - threatened to go back to Syria

Not allowed to stay at castle - threatened to go back to Syria
It was close to riot mood when about 40 people were relocated from the Swedish refugee castle Stora Ekeberg to a less luxurious property, P4 Skaraborg, reports. Asylum Seekers managed to rent cars, then they went back to the castle and demanded to move back in again.

The relocated, mainly from Syria, are complaining about, among other things, that the new housing Lugnås are overcrowded and the service is poor. Several of them have now occupied Stora Ekeberg, run by Bert Karlsson, and refuses to go back.

- They threw out plates with food to us. We have come to Sweden, which is known to treat people humanely. We are not animals. I am a doctor and my mother an engineer, and she is a hairdresser, one woman says to Skaraborgs Länstidning.

Another woman, Aabida, is threatening to go back to the country she claims to have fled if the service is not improved.

- If the situation is as at that accommodation I would rather go to Syria, Aabida says to SR.

When the SR-reporter reminds her that there is a war in Syria, she replies.

- It doesn't matter - humanity is greater, Aabida answers.

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