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Former MK Lipman: Swedish FM answering difficult questions in a public setting is huge diplomatic success.
"These are extremely troubling instances of a grotesque but nevertheless very real – and murderous – incitement," says ambassador to Sweden.
We are a ‘friend of both sides,’ says Stefan Löfven, embroiled in controversy over his weekend statement.
To recognize a state is one thing. Building a state is a whole other issue.
By MARTIN BLECHER
If history is any guide to the future, Stockholm’s ambition to build bridges to peace will remain a vision as long as Swedish-Israeli relations remain in their current state.
By DANIEL SCHATZ
As I was leaving the Stockholm airport, a young man came over to me, introduced himself as a local Jew, and strongly suggested that I remove my kippa because he believed it was dangerous to wear one
By DOV LIPMAN
What do you think, Ms. Wallström? Should we Israelis start wearing armor instead of shooting the terrorists who attack us?
By BARBARA SOFER
In view of the widespread European anti-Semitism, Israel calling Wallström an anti-Semite is of little practical use.
By MANFRED GERSTENFELD
Spurious attacks on Israel are a distraction from Sweden’s and Europe’s real challenge – dealing with a lawless and radicalized group of Muslims who see Europeans not as hosts but as enemies.
By JPOST EDITORIAL
It seems that pretty much everything is going wrong for Sweden's foreign minister these days.
By INGRID CARLQVIST
Unsurprisingly, Israelis have a decidedly negative view of Sweden.
Unlike other anti-Israeli organizations that are grassroots movements consisting mainly of Arabs, the “Jerusalem Committee” consists of Swedish politicians.
By NIMA GHOLAM ALI POUR
Israel’s new government must take a firm stand in its relations with Sweden
following Sweden’s acknowledgment of Palestine – otherwise it risks losing Europe
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