In 1942, an SS officer told a Swedish diplomat about the Nazi death camps. A new documentary has revived the story
Chinese Institutes at Universities Are Under Fire, but Israeli Scholars Insist There's No Undue Influence
Are these Beijing-funded entities disseminating China’s contentious policies to the West under the guise of language courses, cultural events and research programs?
Karolinska University Hospital, affiliated with institute that awards Nobel Prize in Medicine, named on Simon Wiesenthan Center list for failing to respond adequately to alleged anti-Semitism toward three Jewish doctors
A former department head at Karolinska hospital, affiliated with the body that grants the Nobel Prize in Medicine, is accused of anti-Semitic behavior toward Jewish doctors. Haaretz speaks to one of his alleged victims to hear about years of alleged bullying
The link between Swedish Prime Minister Olof Palme’s murder and that of Yitzhak Rabin, teaches Israelis that they should dedicate prime minister's memorial to addressing the existential dangers of political violence
'The timing for this exhibition couldn’t be more appropriate,' in light of the rise of the far right, says Mikael Jansson, who photographed 97 Holocaust survivors who live in Sweden
The Continent has indeed received millions of migrants, and they pose a variety of problems to their host countries. But these emanate for the most part from right-wing nationalists, not Muslim refugees
If the polls are correct, the Swedish election on September 9 could spell the end of a century of social democratic rule
While Nazi criminals were hanged or committed suicide in their cells, a secret network operating out of Malmo made sure the Nazi idea stayed alive
The sun set this week in northern Sweden and will not shine again until after the new year. How do the lives of four million people living north of the Arctic Circle look during the last glimpses of light?
Another anti-Semitic attack was discovered in Sweden amid protests against Trump's Jerusalem decision ■ Police arrest Syrians, Palestinian in connection to synagogue attack
Despite going out of fashion, the two-state solution is the only solution and the only world leaders who believe in it sit in Brussels, not Washington or Kigali
Margot Wallstrom meets with Israel’s new ambassador in Stockholm and says a better atmosphere has been forged
Although the Yom Kippur rally, attended by over 500, did not pass by one of Gothenburg's synagogues due to court order, it did cause riots on the holiest day of the Jewish calendar
Nordic Resistance Movement march in Gothenburg on Saturday could draw up to 1,000 people; court ruled Monday that it can’t go near the local synagogue but NRM says it doesn’t accept decision
Relatives lament death of 'a nice man who never harmed anyone'; 'They were professionals,' Mohammed Tahsin al-Bazam's father says of the assailants
Mohammed Tahsin al-Bazam, a former resident of the Gaza Strip in his 20s, was murdered in his apartment in southern Sweden by persons unknown who reportedly shot him at short range and fled
The very belated confirmation of the death of the Swedish diplomat raises new questions about economic and political interests – of the Swedish government and of his family – that may explain why the affair was not settled 70 years ago.
Alongside the rise of the racist right, Europe is witnessing renewed interest in Jewish heritage, an expert says. One of the interesting facets of this cultural revival is the collaboration between Jewish communities and other religious and ethnic groups.
Culture leaders and celebrities are reminding everyone that asylum seekers aren’t terrorists but are among the first victims of terror.
Prizewinners represent humanity’s elite as it appears from the recesses of northern Europe.
Sweden isn't clean of anti-Semitism, but it's not France. Its prime minister's plan to recognize Palestine has little to do with ideology and much to do with inner party politics.