Intimidation by the same group led a Jewish community in northern Sweden to dissolve itself last year.
The unusual warning by a spokesman follows the dissolution last year of a sister community in northern Swedenhttps://www.jta.org/quick-reads/secu
A Jewish doctor who has been there for almost 20 years says that he and his colleagues were constantly discriminated against by the department head.
“The Riksdag stands behind what is stated in the motion to formally acknowledge Jerusalem as the capital of Israel,” the draft resolution reads.
“We call them out for their impure spirits,” a Facebook post read.
“We want to break the silence of the severe persecution and cleansing of the Christian population that is taking place in this region.”
A letter read that “there have been complaints that diapers and other waste simply gets left behind in the woods.”
“I’m so damn pissed and upset. But we will not be cowed into silence. We’re still here,” one victim said.
He said he was standing up for minorities’ rights to preserve their distinct ethnic identities.
“It’s part of a bigger picture where the Jewish minority feels threatened, it’s a product of anti-Semitic rhetoric.”