Rings of burning suburbs around city centers is the lesson one can draw from Sweden’s radical egalitarian multi-culti experimentation.
Fresh Malmö unrest as youth centre burns
Published: 25 Jun 2015 08:16 GMT+02:00
People in the troubled suburb of Kroksbäck in Malmö reported hearing explosions on Wednesday night, as emergency services discovered several cars and a community centre on fire.
On Thursday morning police arrested seven people on suspicion of criminal damage.
Noone is thought to have been hurt by the fires, which were quickly put out by firefighters. Police said they were still investigating how they had been started.
The community building that was damaged is used as a meeting hall by local community groups including youth clubs.
Officers observed that the suburb had been rocked by the unrest, following a wave of recent violence in the area.
“The residents are so clearly troubled by everything that has happened,” Kim Hild, a spokesperson for police told the TT newswire.
Police said that they had also found a hand grenade in a garage close to where one of the cars had been burned.