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.
The Christian midwives had claimed that authorities violated the European Convention on Human Rights by refusing jobs to them.