This is what mass immigration and anti-discrimination eventually leads to, and some of us strongly suspect that the anti-Christian bias was intentional from the very beginning:
Almega, an organisation that supports service companies in Sweden, has proposed a move away from public holidays based on Christian beliefs. It should instead be up to employees to decide which holidays to take on the basis of their own religious faith.
“Why should a Shiite Muslim be free on Epiphany if he or she wants to be free to celebrate the Day of Ashura? I think this will become the norm in the labour market in the future,” Almega's Magnus Kendel told Metro.
The organisation bases its proposal on a recommendation made by Sweden’s discrimination ombudsman in March of last year.