Eurabia Update: “Flera hundra fall av barnÃ¤ktenskap i Sverige,” from Dagen, April 20: “Several hundred cases of child marriages in Sweden,” translation by Danish psychologist and author Nicolai Sennels:
Immigrants in Sweden: 200 child marriages yearly; 8,500 fear forced marriages
Muslim immigration has introduced a new perspective on love in Sweden: Child marriages and forced marriages.
A couple of hundred child marriages are registered every year in Sweden. This is the conclusion after analysing data that the government ordered from the central tax office. It concerns persons immigrating to Sweden who apply for marriage and persons with Swedish citizenship who marry foreigners. … The tax office has registered 74 cases in the first four months of the year in which one or both partners were below 18 years when marrying. In almost all cases it was the women who were minors. Converted to full-year figures, it amounts to more than 200 cases. … As Dagen (newspaper) has previously reported, the Youth Board’s report “Married against her will” concluded that 8,500 young people aged 16-25 years were afraid of being married off against their will.