Sweden covers 450km2 and has a population density of 20/km2. Israel covers 22,000 km2 with a population density of 365/km2. Not quite a like for like comparison, is it? Similarly, Sweden's GDP is approx $440 billion ($48k/capita) compared to Israel's $220 billion ($28k/capita). So Sweden is 20 times larger and twice as wealthy. I don't believe that Sweden is currently in state of war with several of it's neighbours either, nor does it have regular terrorist attacks to deal with.
Entrance to Jerusalem's Old City to be opened to residents, Israeli citizens and tourists (Haaretz)