Following a recent spate of anti-Semitic incidents in Sweden, Justice Minister Morgan Johansson has hardened his tone and called upon Muslim groups to 'minimise tensions'.

In a speech given to the Riksdag, Johansson demanded that Muslims contribute towards "minimising tensions" between different groups, and "not add to them".

"If you have been given asylum in Sweden, then you need to live by our rules," he said.

The minister did acknowledge that anti-Semitism is widespread in various different groups, including the far right, neo-Nazi extremist groups and online extremists, but this was the first time he has explicitly referred to anti-Semitism from within the Muslim population.

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