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More Help For Ex-Islamists?

Published tisdag 19 januari 2010 kl 10.52
Photo: Hans Runesson/Scanpix.

Swedish integration minister Nyamko Sabuni wants to look into giving similar state support to people that want to leave Islamist movements as is given to those choosing to leave far-right organisations.

"Either society supports them in getting back into a normal life, or we will have a load of ticking bombs in society" she told Swedish Radio News.

She has asked Sweden's National Board for Youth Affairs to see if there is a need for the support. Currently anyone wanting to leave a Nazi grouping can get help from state-funded help groups, such as Exit in Stockholm.

Exit provides help which can include creating a secret identity, psychotherapy or treatment against alcoholism, as well as help in forming new social contacts, for example.

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