The article is titled "Swedish Jews suffer from hate against Israel",
but the article doesn't really explain how the hatred is related to
Israel and isn't just regular Muslim antisemitism.
Henry Grynfeld is a teacher in the Rosengård district of Malmö. As a
Jew he's often experienced harassment from his Muslim students.
"I was called 'Jew'. I was threatened. I was told things like "We'll
kill all the Jews and you too". As soon as something doesn't go the way
these young people had in mind, they have an argument ready in their
back-pocket, and that's that you're a Jew."
"I feel safe as long as I do not show who I am - I wouldn't run around here with a kippa or a Star of David."
YLE did not meet many people who wanted to comment on antisemitism in
the neighborhood. A few said that Muslims themselves are targeted by
Islamophobia and hate-crimes.
Adam Omar, who comes from Somalia, said he knows that Jews are targeted by some Muslim people in Malmö.
"I can understand that there are those who see the conflicts in the
Middle East as their starting point, but there are also Nazis and other
ideologies against Jews, so absolutely - they have a reason to be
The Muslims in the city fear that all Muslims will be accused of the
attacks against the city's Jews. The Jewish community is also aware of
Jehoshua Kaufman of the Jewish community says there is no reason to act
against the Muslim community. There are just small group who act due to
attitudes which are found in the Middle East.