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Youth Leaders: No Moslem Extremists

At the annual discussions of Swedish defense policies in the northern town of Sälen, representatives from Arabic and Somali youth organizations say they see no signs of militant extremist Moslems in their communities causing any terrorist threats against Sweden - and that fears over this are exaggerated.

Speaking with Radio Sweden at the discussions, the Swedish minister for integration admits that she has no such knowledge of any extremists to back her proposal that a study be carried out on how to help any Moslem extremists leave militant groups - similar to the assistance given to ex-neo Nazis wanting to leave the movement.

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