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During anthropological fieldwork here in Sweden's third-largest city 20 years ago, I interviewed a young Palestinian man who thought it was a shame that the "Nazis didn't get to finish their job with the Jews" during World War II. This is of course an extreme example of one man who does not speak for his community.

Unfortunately since then, Malmö — with its significant community of Muslim immigrants — has become infamous for its growing anti-Semitism, which has prompted many Jews to leave. More recently, Trump's decision to relocate the U.S. embassy in Israel to Jerusalem has provoked attacks on synagogues in Sweden as well as openly expressed threats to kill Jews.


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