Most of what was described in the article is clearly anti-Semitic, not anti-Israel nor anti-Zionist. Examples from the article. - Painting swastikas on a Synagogue - Passing a Rabbi and his wife crossing the street then backing up to try to run them over, or for terror purposes. - Walking out on classes about the holocaust of WWII I don't know about you, but I cannot discern a Jewish Israeli from a Jewish American or a Jewish Swede. I would have to either ask them or see a passport. How do you explain when the article says that "Swedish experts agree that integration of Muslims I to Swedish society has failed" ? Your assertion that "Sweden is a great country" , regardless of it's veracity is a non-sequitur . It is clear from the article that racism is problematic in at least some parts of Sweden, and may be widespread. Your comment shows only that you want to ignore the problem.
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from the article: Jews reluctantly abandon Swedish city amid growing anti-Semitism