Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Anti-Semitic hate crimes are on the rise in Sweden

In 2004 the most common name for baby boys in the city Malmø was Mohammed, and among 15-year-olds, ethnic Swedes are now in minority.

According to the Malmö police, hate crimes in the city range from anti-Semitic remarks (a crime according to Swedish penal law) to violent assault. In late 2008, a peaceful Jewish demonstration was run off the main square by an aggressive mob of immigrants of Arab origin.

Read all: Malmö: Hatred of Jews in a Swedish city

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