They also complained about the lack of clothing and food at refugee reception centers and high prices.
They said that life in Europe was hard, much harder than many Iraqis think, and that being a refugee was a “terribly humiliating” experience.
In another Arabic-language video, a man named Mustafa said that life in Iraq was much better, though more dangerous.
“I’m definitely returning home… I want to die in my native country,” Mustafa said.
Many social networkers suspect however, that the Finnish authorities could have a hand in the making of Tuesday’s video.
“Something keeps telling me that this is just a PR campaign by the Finnish government, one of them wrote on Twitter.
Finnish Foreign Minister Petteri Orpo earlier said that the government was considering closing the country’s borders amid the rising tide of migrants streaming into the European Union.
Nearly half a million migrants have arrived in the EU countries since January, and their number is growing every day.