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

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

By ANDREAS BERGGREN
October 2, 2014 15:20
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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