Tuesday, December 1, 2015

Sweden: Jewish parents afraid to send their kids to Jewish kindergarten

Via Radio Sweden:

After the antisemitic terrorist attacks in February, the Jewish kindergarten in Malmo lost many of its Jewish students.  Thanks to a recruiting drive, the kindergarten has succeeded in attracting more students, but not necessarily Jewish ones.

Freddy Gellberg, vice president of the Jewish community, says that many of the Jewish children who left after the Copenhagen attack did not return and therefore most of the kids today are not Jewish.  Jews make up a third of the student body.

He points out that the non-Jewish parents who send their kids to the school apparently do not feel threatened.

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