Two people were arrested in connection to an bomb that blew up in front of a Jewish community in Malmo, Sweden on Friday morning. The bomb blew out a window, but no one was injured.
Despite that only 700 Jews living in Malmo the Scandinavian city has become infamous for its anti-Semitic riots and attacks on Jews and Jewish property. It’s estimated that some 100,000 Muslims live in city making up at least one-third of its residents.
Malmo, the third largest city in Sweden, has gotten the reputation of being the Baghdad of Sweden, not because of the number of Muslims living there, but because of the dozens of explosions and murders that the Muslims have introduced into the city over the past few years.
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