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There have been some examples in tribal systems, there were cases in Pakistan and Bangladesh for example, where a village council gave a verdict for rape, but it's not Sharia at all." "But this is a special case indeed, where the quotation is based on something completely false."Bylund's statement caused consternation on the political landscape, with Social Affairs Minister Göran Hägglund calling the claim ignorant."It comes from ignorance and could signal distancing yourself from people of another religion," Hägglund, who also heads the minority Christian Democrat party, told the TT news agency."Let's see if he become the targets of exclusion now," the prime minister added, in reference to the Sweden Democrat party's efforts to cull outspoken racists from its ranks late last year.Speaking later with the TT news agency, Bylund claimed he was misquoted by BLT when it came to what the Koran says about rape."The bleak picture has become bleaker with the Pisa review that was presented today," Anna Ekström, head of Sweden's National Education Agency (Skolverket), said after she became privy to the results.
Across the surveyed countries, the average score in maths was 494 points this year. Sweden's neighour Finland, meanwhile scored 519. In contrast, Swedish 15-year-olds scraped together a mere 478 points, a drop down from a score of 500 points in the last Pisa survey. The Swedish teens were not far off with 483 points, but the result looked less perky when compared to the score of 516 the Swedes mustered back in the year 2000. In Europe, the best performers were the Finns with 524 points, but also they slid in the rankings somewhat.He explained further that Hess' statements on Facebook should not be considered public statements and that they don't amount to racism. It's inappropriate, but I don't understand what it has to do with racism.Islam is never going to be a race; it's a value system, an ideology," Bylund told TT.No other country has fallen so abruptly as Sweden in maths over a ten-year span.Overall, not one of the other 32 countries included in the OECD's Programme for International Student Assessment (Pisa) survey has seen its students take such a beating in their studies.