Hold on, I’m coming home.

My friend tells me that Sweden ever so quickly has gone from so-called anti-Zionism to open anti-Semitism.

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August 10, 2014 16:22
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Annika Rothstein holds an Israeli flag that was ripped off her Israel-bound suitcase. (photo credit: Courtesy)

 
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“Don’t come back.”

That’s what he said to me; “Don’t come back here, you have no idea how bad it has become since you left.”
 
I went to Israel on July 23. The flights were all cancelled, so I had to find an alternate route to get to the place I knew in my heart I needed to be. So I flew from Stockholm to Amsterdam to catch an El Al-flight to Tel Aviv, but the journey turned out to be so much harder than I had ever expected.

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