The sad irony is this young lady’s family migrated to Sweden from Lebanon and she seemingly had a vested interest in helping these savages.
The mother of the young Swedish social worker who was allegedly stabbed to death by a 15-year-old asylum seeker at a shelter for migrant children wept today and said, ‘She was not just my daughter, she was my angel.’
Alexandra Mezher, 22, was attacked by a teenage boy at her workplace, a housing facility for unaccompanied refugee children in Mölndal, near Gothenburg, and later died in hospital.
Chiméne Mezher spoke of her heartbreak today after the shock stabbing of her daughter, just months after she started working at the refugee housing.
Meanwhile it has emerged that Alexandra was working alone on the night shift when she was attacked – as police in Sweden say they are being stretched to breaking point and struggling to cope with the tide of migrant-related crime.
Governments in Europe will pay for allowing themselves to be overrun. Basically we’ll be seeing civil wars pretty soon.
Alexandra, of Lebanese Christian origin, lived with her parents Boutros, 46, and Chiméne Mezher, and her younger brothers in Borås, some 40 miles from Molndal.
Her father came to Sweden from Beirut, Lebanon, in 1989 and her mother moved there three years later.
Paying tribute to her ‘angel’, her mother wept: ‘She was my air, she was my everything, why her?’
Mrs Mezher told GoteborgsPosten: ‘She was not just my daughter, she was my angel. She was a just and fair human being. There were so many who loved her. She was my daughter, my friend.. my mate.’
It has now emerged that Miss Mezher had been working alone at the housing in Mölndal, which is home to ten unaccompanied minors.
Despite rules that the staff should work in pairs, Miss Mezher had been working a nightshift all by herself and was attacked just half-an-hour before daytime staff were due to take over.
They have a choice in Europe: Mass deportation or submission:
Miss Mezher’s cousin told Swedish media: ‘It is so terrible. She was a person who wanted to do good, who wanted to be good.
‘And then he murdered her when she was doing her job. We have cried a lot. She was such a nice person, warm and happy.’
She added: ‘It is the Swedish politicians’ fault that she is dead.’
Indeed, it is.