Hiding Jewish identity in ‘the least anti-Semitic country in Europe’

ByANDREAS BERGGREN
October 2, 2014 15:20

Sweden grapples with relatively high levels of hate violence in relation to the country’s small Jewish minority.




Jewish in Sweden

Sweden grapples with relatively high levels of hate violence in relation to the country’s small Jewish minority. (photo credit:ANDREAS BERGGREN)

STOCKHOLM – You wouldn’t have guessed Sandra Katz used to hide who she was.

Katz immediately strikes you as confident, with a tough, street-smart attitude she says she picked up from her childhood in a suburb south of Stockholm.

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