A bill introduced in the Swedish parliament would ban the non-medical circumcision of males younger than 18.
On Tuesday evening, President Barack Obama boarded Air Force One, departed for Sweden and left behind a looming political disaster. Despite the endorsement of Republican and Democratic House leaders, many members of Congress remain deeply skeptical about the president's proposal to carry out cruise missile strikes in Syria. And they should be.
After standing for nearly 25 years on the corner of Fairfax Avenue and Beverly Boulevard, a statue of Raoul Wallenberg, the Swedish diplomat who saved tens of thousands of Jewish lives in the Holocaust, will be rededicated on Aug. 5.
The Hezbollah operative on trial for plotting against Israeli tourists in Cyprus acknowledged passing on Israeli aircraft landing times to his terrorist handlers.
Despite a record number of complaints about hate crimes in the Swedish city of Malmö, not a single person was convicted of such offenses in over two years, according to a recent report.
Police in Malmö, Sweden have no suspects in September’s attack on the city’s Jewish community center.
The United States succeeded on Monday in its bid for re-election to the 47-nation U.N. Human Rights Council, a Geneva-based watchdog that has been criticized by Washington and Israel for singling out the Jewish state for criticism.
A Swedish ship carrying human rights activists attempting to break Israel's naval blockade of Gaza left from Italy.
Police in Malmo, Sweden, said they had “no indication” that a recent attack on the offices of the local Jewish community was a hate crime.
Some 70 demonstrators reportedly gathered in Malmö, Sweden, outside the local Jewish community center, to show solidarity with the Jewish community following an attack on its offices.
I can’t say I was shocked by the phone call and emails from Scandinavia that I received one night after Yom Kippur, telling me that the Jewish Community Center in Malmö, Sweden, had been attacked with an explosive device and bricks through its reinforced entrance just after midnight on Sept. 28. No casualties, thank G-d, this time.
Swedish police have arrested two men in connection with an explosion that rocked a Jewish community building in Malmo.
A Jewish community building in Malmö, Sweden was attacked overnight between Thursday and Friday with explosives and bricks.
Kippah-wearing Jews and non-Jews are expected to march Saturday in Sweden as a sign of solidarity with Malmo's Jews.
The president of Sweden’s Jewish communities said the country’s tourism agency should replace this week's guest operator of the national Twitter account.
A guest tweeter on Sweden's official Twitter account raised hackles over some racially charged comments about Jews.
The mayor of Malmo makes "recurring ignorant and bigoted statements," a Swedish minister said after meeting with the U.S. envoy to combat anti-Semitism.
Ceremonies in Budapest inaugurated Raoul Wallenberg Year, a series of events marking the centennial of the birth of the Swedish diplomat who saved tens of thousands of Jews during the Holocaust.
Sweden's Queen Silvia says an investigation into her father's links to the Nazis show that he is a hero.
Sweden's Queen Sylvia ordered an investigation into her father's links to the Nazis, according to reports.
The Simon Wiesenthal Center called on the Swedish government to assume the cost of protecting the Jewish community. Senior officials of the organization, who visited Stockholm and Malmo during a weeklong fact-finding mission, accused the government of making the Jewish community pay the equivalent of a "Jewish tax," requiring the community to pay for most security measures, including barriers against attacks in front of the synagogue during services.
A Swedish neo-Nazi leader who organized the theft of the "Arbeit Macht Frei” sign from Auschwitz was transferred to Sweden to serve his three-year prison sentence. Anders Hogstrom was handed over to Swedish officials on Monday at Krakow Airport, according to reports.
Sweden's foreign minister canceled a scheduled trip to Israel.
Was it a coincidence? The day after Israel's Davis Cup tennis match in Sweden, played in a practically empty arena this week, a brief item appeared on the Haaretz Web site: Historians have discovered that Sweden, former tennis superpower, aided the Nazi war machine by extending credit to German industrial plants.