Mohammad Alhairiri was reportedly subjected to a horrific assault last July when he boarded his routine bus in Öland, in south Sweden, around 6am.
The attack is said to have happened after the bus driver first refused the refugee enter the public transport.
To document the incident, Mr Alhairiri took photograph of the driver before making his way to a seat.
The driver then reportedly followed the passenger to the back of the bus and demanded to take a picture of the Syrian man in return.
When Mr Alhairiri covered his face, the driver allegedly launched a furious attack on the refugee as he kneed the victim in the head and torso before also taking hold around his neck.
At one point in the horrific footage, he allegedly said: "I hate you damn swines.”
Following the incident, Mr Alhairiri was taken to hospital for medical care and he later said the attack was so severe it has left him traumatised.
At the time Mr Alhairiri said he felt like he had been beaten by the shabiha, the notorious pro-Assad gangs active in Syria.
Mohammad Alhairiri was reportedly subjected to a horrific assault last July
I know there are many good people in Sweden, and some bad
He explained: “I felt like I wasn’t in Sweden but in Syria, caught by the shabiha or terrorists who want to kill me.
"I can’t fully express what I felt. I know there are many good people in Sweden and some bad.”
Two weeks after the alleged attack the bus driver lost his job his employer Nobina confirmed.
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The company issued an official apology to Mr Alhairiri however they did not wish to comment any further on the alleged incident.
Mr Alhairiri was taken to hospital for medical care after the alleged attack
The bus driver, who has not been named, has now been charged by Administrative Prosecutor Linda Aleborg at Kalmar District Court.
Speaking to SVT, the Syrian said he was sad the bus driver has lost his job as called it an “unfortunate situation”.
Mr Alhairiri said: “I trust the Swedish legal system and believe that everything will go well.
“This whole situation is unfortunate and it is sad that the bus driver has lost his job because of this.”