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> I can't go back to Afghanistan, it's not possible. What am I supposed to do? I'm very, very frightened.>>
But in the real world, 18 year old Shamsi has been told he won't be allowed to stay in Sweden.>>
>> Welcome.>> Shamsi was one of a 163,000 refugees who came to Sweden in 2015, the highest number per capita in Europe.
That pace of migration worried some Swedes. The anti-immigrants Sweden Democrats saw a surge in support, which prompted the government to introduce tough migration laws. At a camp in Stockholm set up to protest deportations to Afghanistan, Shamsi's co-star Tomas Ordsen was scathing about the decision.>> I can't really get it.
I think it's inhuman and it's disgusting how we treat people in need.>> Shamsi is set to appeal the decision meant to grant him refugee status made by Sweden's Migration Board.