Mira Kelber, chairperson of Jewish Youth in Malmo, highlighted the fear among students, saying, "Many young people are afraid. They don't dare stand up and speak."
The group also tackled the issue of conflating criticism of Israel with antisemitism, claiming that "criticism of the state of Israel is not the same as antisemitism."
The incident comes after a 'river to the sea' banner was raised at another film festival there.
Aron Verständig, President of the Swedish Jewish Communities, expressed his gratitude and the broader significance of this visit.
Anti-Islam activists have burned several copies of the Koran in Sweden and Denmark.
Israeli defense companies have seen unprecedented sales in recent years amid the growing concerns in Europe and elsewhere about threats to the global order.
"All European states are vulnerable," French President Macron said on Tuesday, speaking of a "resurgence of Islamist terrorism."
The award-giving institute said the decision was still hours away.
The item in question that was recovered is described by the university's website as a "small muzzle-loading cast copper-alloy cannon," and it's believed that its origins are tied to a shipwreck.
Hundreds of protesters stormed the Swedish embassy in Baghdad in July and set it on fire over a planned Quran burning in Stockholm.