The Swedish government has a new plan to root out fake religious persecution victims: a Christianity test. In order to stem the tide of immigrants, Sweden hopes to ask incoming Christian refugees particular questions about their faith.
Questions include the number of books in the New Testament and how the immigrant converted to Christianity. Immigration officials claim this is but one aspect of a deeper vetting process. The Swedish Migration Agency created the questions so that fake religious persecution victims would be separated from real victims.
Failing the questions won't necessarily bar the individual from entering the country, but the answers given will be a factor in determining whether or not they will be allowed entry.
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