An estimated 300 people gathered at Stockholm's Raoul Wallenberg Square on Sunday to show solidarity with the Jews of Malmö, where a Jewish community building was attacked recently.

The protest was organized by the Jewish Community in Stockholm and the Swedish Committee Against Anti-Semitism (Svenska Kommittén Mot Antisemitism).

Swedish Minister of Integration, Erik Ullenhag, was one of the speakers. When it comes to anti-Semitism, he said "the biggest danger of all is if good people stay silent".

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