Israeli kabbalah movement invites Swedish FM to Tel Aviv convention

January 25, 2016 11:42


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An Israeli kabbalah movement has invited Swedish Foreign Minister Margot Wallstrom to its convention next month in Tel Aviv.
Kabbalah L’Am is reaching out to Wallstrom, who has emerged in recent months as Israel’s most vehement critic.

The Swedish foreign minister recently angered officials in Jerusalem when she suggested that Israel was guilty of “extrajudicial killings” of armed Palestinian terrorists subdued by security forces.

“Wallstrom is known for her critical and negative stance toward Israel, but it is highly doubtful whether she has any familiarity with Israelis or with the State of Israel,” said the movement’s leader, Dr. Michael Leitman.

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