Of course The Local, yet another organ of the ruling politically correct (self anointed) elite, will REFUSE to dig deeper into the story of the family of the dead girl, let alone investigate the criminal element within the massive muslim settler movement taking place in Europe presently.
How to help refugees if you live in Sweden
As images of a dead Syrian child washed up on a Turkish beach spark debate around the world, The Local looks at some of the ways you can help refugees if you live in Sweden, which is continuing to take in more asylum seekers than any other EU nation.
1. Donate money
You don’t need to leave your sofa to help fund emergency humanitarian assistance and support to refugees arriving at Europe’s borders. If you have a Swedish mobile it takes seconds to send a text offering a donation that will be added to your next bill.
An emergency package put together by the UN’s refugee agency (UNHCR) containing a towel, a blanket, water, food, clothes and shoes costs 225 kronor. Text HAV150 to 72980 to donate 150 kronor or go towww.fnflykting.se where you can donate any amount.
The Red Cross (Röda Korset) provides humanitarian relief including medical care and psychological support for refugees. Text ACUTE 100 to 72900 to donate 100 kronor or log on to www.redcross.se
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