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What Happened to Sweden?

Sweden is now a country where orthodox Jews are afraid to wear a skullcap.

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Jewish organizer Victor Berslov Reichmann protesting firecrackers thrown at an empty Swedish synagogue (seen in the background).

Jewish organizer Victor Berslov Reichmann protesting firecrackers thrown at an empty Swedish synagogue (seen in the background).
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One can only hope that the memory of Raoul Wallenberg, the exemplification of Sweden’s height as a moral superpower, may lead some of those exercising power in Sweden to deal with the forces of accelerating bigotry at their doorstep, and their own bigotry inside.

Originally published at the Gatestone Institute.

Michael Curtis

About the Author: Michael Curtis is Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Political Science at Rutgers University, and author of the forthcoming book, Should Israel Exist? A sovereign nation under assault by the international community.


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