Leaders and prominent members of the Jewish community in Sweden have renewed calls to ban the neo-Nazi Nordic Resistance Movement, following the latest of several demonstrations by the party in recent months.
A candidate for the Swedish parliament suggested transferring Israeli Jews to the United States "to achieve peace."
Three men — two Palestinians and a Syrian — were convicted of the attempted arson of a synagogue in Gothenburg. Two were sentenced to two years in prison and the third to 15 months.
One of the most senior members of the far-right Sweden Democrats has been reported to the police after writing on Facebook that Jewish and Sami people were “not Swedish.”
The Jewish Association in the city of Umeå has announced its termination, under threats from the neo-Nazi Nordic Resistance Movement.
The Swedish government said it wants as many young people as possible to visit Holocaust memorial sites to tackle antisemitism in the Nordic nation.