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Young members of the Jewish community in the Swedish city of Malmö say the local government does not do enough to combat growing antisemitism.
Two young Jews spoke out about their experiences living in the heavily migrant-populated southern Swedish city, with one claiming that many high schools across the city are simply not safe enough for Jews to attend, broadcaster Sveriges Radio reports.
Daniel - Vaknine - School - Malmö - Jews
Eighteen-year-old Daniel Vaknine, who attended high school in Malmö in 2016, said: “Almost all Jews choose between three schools in Malmö. It would never occur to anyone to go to a school that is considered unsafe for Jews.”
“Uncertainty means that you cannot go to school with a visible Star of David because then there is a high risk of being threatened, or that someone follows you from the school or even being beaten,” he added.
Mira - Kelber - Broadcaster - Jews - City
Nineteen-year-old Mira Kelber told the broadcaster that many young Jews were choosing to leave the city altogether.
“If you think about how long...
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