David Stavrou / Haaretz
By David Stavrou / Haaretz
‘Anti-Semitism Cover-up’ Rocks Sweden’s Most Prestigious Hospital
STOCKHOLM – A Jewish doctor who works at the Swedish hospital accused of covering up repeated alleged incidents of anti-Semitism by a department head says the abuse consisted of both verbal attacks and professional decisions that adversely affected his and colleagues’ careers over several years. The accused, a former department head and prominent surgeon at…
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