A Swedish asylum center has been told they can't hold a memorial for 22 year-old Alexandra Mezher, who was stabbed to death by a refugee.
According to The Daily Mail, while the stabbing took place in Molndal, Gothenburg, a refugee center in Örnsköldsvik wanted to hold a memorial. However, the Örnsköldsvik council told them they were banned from doing so.
“What happened in Molndal could have happened here. That's how bad it is,” Carl Lindahl told Sweden's SVT Vasternorrland.
Lindahl wanted a memorial for his deceased colleague, but his superior immediately got in touch and banned him from using council premises.
In addition, the Swedish flag was not allowed to fly at half-mast.
A representative for Örnsköldvik council told SVT that the decision was made to 'secure the well being of the [refugee] children'.
A service for Mezher was held at an Örnsköldvik church, but staff from the refugee center were told they could not attend because they were scheduled to work.
Mezher's alleged attacker is a 15-year-old boy from Somalia. He is being held in a secure psychiatric hospital and has been remanded in custody until February 11.
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