“There may be criticism, but [I think] that you should get the same help as others who seek help from us. We can’t say that because you made a wrong choice, you have no rights to come back and live in our society,” Sjöstrand said on Swedish Sveriges Radio.
The approach has been supported by a report by the national coordinator against violent extremism. Author of the report, Christoffer Carlsson, said that a person who wants to leave extremist environments often need support to be able to do it. (Express)