In the Islamic suburb of Husby Sweden where several film crews have been chased out by Muslims, the stores are now closing in protest due to lack of concern by police and politicians for their safety.
Here is a report from Husby, where stores are so fed up with the lack of concern from local authorities, both security and political, that they are having a sort of retail strike.
Some are even planning to just close, or move to areas where there is less crime, or at least better protection from crime.
Shopkeepers in the Stockholm suburb of Husby are closing up on Friday afternoon, as a protest, saying they've been abandoned by police.
Salam Kurda is the chair of the shopkeepers association. He says he has had enough after his shop was burgled.
"This is a sign of how unhappy we are with our with our politicans, who have abandoned Husby to the criminals, they have abandoned us," says Salam Kurda, who plans to give up his shop. He says it is not profitable and they don't feel safe.
The response from authorities is that the problem cannot be solved with just more police.
They are certainly right about that.
Husby Sweden, a 20 minute train ride from the capital, Stockholm, has been in the news a fair amount in 2016, as multiple film crews have been chased out or attacked by Muslims living in the area.
Here a Norwegian film crew was chased out in May.
A crew from the Australian TV news show, 60 Minutes, was also chased away and attacked by local Muslims.
Here is Ezra Levant's full show from Sweden, showing how the nation has changed due to massive uncontrolled Islamic immigration.
Over the past few years, Husby has seen numerous riots and car burnings.
Generally, once you replace the culture of an area with a totally different one, you are unlikely to find the new culture respectful of the previous people's laws and cultural norms.