According to a report, 63% of Swedish Jews are concerned about being subjected to antisemitic harassment

The Official Council of Swedish Jewish Communities conducted a survey to assess the perceptions of Swedish Jews regarding the situation after the Hamas attack on Israel on October 7.

Antisemitic incidents on the rise in schools in Malmö 

The Chairperson of Jewish Youth in Malmö said that “many young people are afraid. They don’t dare stand up and speak.”

Solidarity action in front of Malmö synagogue after burning of Israeli flag

A powerful display of solidarity and friendship took place in Malmö as locals formed a human chain around the city's synagogue.

Prime Minister Ulf Kristersson: “Antisemitism is a disgrace to our country”

Swedish Prime Minister Ulf Kristersson wrote an op-ed about the current rise of antisemitism in his country and the measures taken by his government to combat it.

Israeli flags burned outside synagogue in Malmö

Chairman of the Official Council of Swedish Jewish Communities Aaron Verständig condemned the incident, stating: 'such acts of hatred towards the Jewish community in Malmö by extremists are utterly reprehensible.'

Swedish government increases funding for security at Jewish schools and synagogues

The Official Council of Swedish Jewish Communities welcomed the Swedish government's decision to provide financial support to cover the escalating security costs for the current year.

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