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The Swedish flag is seen at Gamla Stan, the Old City of Stockholm, Sweden, May 7, 2017.

Iranian agents linked to terrorist plot in Sweden against dissidents

The Swedish Security Service (SÄPO) recently confirmed, according to a report in the online news publication IranWire, that the two people might have travelled to Europe as a terrorism sleeper cell.

Iran seeks tech in Sweden for nuclear weapons - Swedish intel. report

Iran, China and Russia are the biggest security threats to Sweden

New study suggests Sweden was uninterested in Raoul Wallenberg's release

Swedish historian Peter Axelsson argues that Swedish Foreign Minister Östen Undén was eager to take advantage of Stalin’s surprising gesture to improve Swedish-Soviet relations.

By SUSANNE BERGER , VADIM BIRSTEIN
17/04/2021
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Audiobook platform Storytel arrives in Israel

Adults and children can use the app to listen to popular Israeli bestsellers.

07/04/2021

Passover: Baby dolls hung near Sweden synagogue with antisemitic message

The message related to Passover being a Jewish celebration of the killing of thousands of Egyptian children.

Israeli, German, Swedish experts speak about learning from virus mistakes

‘You cannot disconnect our response from the political situation’

Sweden pleads for life of Iranian physician, charged as spy for Israel

The doctor has told human rights groups that his confessions in 2017 were extracted by torture and threats against his family.

By RON KAMPEAS/JTA
25/11/2020
The Swedish flag is seen at Gamla Stan, the Old City of Stockholm, Sweden, May 7, 2017.

Malmo terminates Arab Book Fair amid revelation of antisemitic texts

"The reason is that the association that organizes the book fair has violated the cooperation agreement with Ibn Rushd."

The Swedish flag is seen at Gamla Stan, the Old City of Stockholm, Sweden, May 7, 2017.

Malmo suspends Arab Book Fair amid revelation of antisemitic texts

The government was alerted to the antisemitic texts after the Simon Wiesenthal Center penned a letter to Swedish Prime Minister Steafan Lofven, notifying him of their presence.

For the first time ever, Stockholm has a Swedish-born rabbi

Swedish-born rabbis have worked in other cities but not in Stockholm, which is home to about 4,500 Jews, making it the country’s largest community.

By JOSEFIN DOLSTEN/JTA
24/10/2020
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