This is not the first church burned down in the local area.
In 2009, the left-leaning Swedish Church voted in favor of blessing same-sex marriages.
Charlie Weimers: "Only conservative governments step up against Christian persecution".
Pastor Jerker Alsterlund commented the event by stating that, "We have no threat against us but it is a strong symbolic act."
The "action" in the temple lasted only a few minutes; so far no one has admitted responsibility.
The memorials were destroyed due to the charge of illegal construction.
The disastrous Swedish immigration policy led to similar problems of "no-go zones" in the city of Malmö.
An Evangelical Lutheran Church, in the district of Västra Skrävlinge, in Malmö, Sweden, was attacked repeatedly for seven days.
The city has a population of just under 50,000. The mosque is planned to be built on the island of Hertsön, Luleå, town of Sweden.