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The Jews in Israel are currently at war with a European country…SWEDEN

It is simply allowed to hate Jews in Sweden.
For the Global Peace Index, Sweden is a global model of equality and equal opportunities. Stockholm excels only in a special kind of hatred, the one towards Israel.

Interviewed by SVT2 after the massacres in Paris on 13 November, the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Margot Wallström, said that “to counter radicalization we must return to the situation in the Middle East, where the Palestinians see that there is no future for them and must accept desperate and resort to violence. ”

These sentences were dismissed by Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, as “shocking for their effrontery.” Social democratic, feminist and “humanitarian”, euro-commissioner between 1999 and 2009, Wallström returned to demonize Israel, accusing it of “extrajudicial executions” in the Third Intifada.

A year ago, Sweden was officially the first European country to recognize the “State of Palestine”.
Meanwhile, anti-Semitism is cemented into Swedish society.  The Israeli ambassador to Stockholm, Isaac Bachman, has been asked on the radio: “Are the Jews responsible for the growth of anti-Semitism?”.

Omar Mustafa, leader of Muslims in Sweden, called for “bombarding” Israel (he had to resign from the Social Democrats).

The government has funded with 104,000 € a manual entitled “Colonialism and Apartheid”, which accuses Israel of ethnic cleansing.

The Swedish pension fund divested from the Israeli company Elbit, threatening to do the same to Motorola.

In recent weeks, in Sweden, the “Crystal Night” of 1938 was commemorated in a Kafkaesque way – without inviting the victims of that time: the Jews.

The main Swedish supermarket chain, Coop, has removed Israeli products from the shelves of his six hundred outlets (this boycott was eventually canceled because of protests).

The airline Scandinavian Airlines has recently suspended its flights to Tel Aviv because of “political instability”.

A Swedish film, entitled “The dead have not yet named,” which establishes the comparison between the Holocaust and the “plight of the Palestinians”, has been included in the curriculum of Gotenburg.

The cultural pages of Aftonbladet, the best selling Swedish daily, published an article, with no sources


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