The first jew to ever settle in Sweden was a man named Aaron Isaac. He was the founder of the jewish community in Sweden and was allowed 1770 to build a synagogue in Stockholm. So we already had a jewish community here long before you said. But the question is what jewish migration to sweden has to do with Goldstones award. Hmm thats hard to figure out, please fill me in.
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from the article: Goldstone wins human rights award from Sweden NGOs