Now in Malmo, Sweden, a city where a quarter of the population is Muslim, there are some parts of the city where buses refuse to go for fear of safety. Fireman, policemen, and ambulance drivers have been attacked in certain sections when trying to do their job. Swedes, though, are not an easy soundbite, perhaps because they are so thoughtful. They try to see things from every side. We went out with a policeman on patrol and spoke to him while he was walking around in the dangerous part of town. At one point I stopped him and said, “How does it feel to you, personally, when you come here trying to do your job, trying to help someone, and people throw rocks at you?” His response was that it was “a little annoying.” Annoying. I imagined what kind of a colorful response I could have gotten from a New York policeman.