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Democracy minister promises to combat anti-semitism

Published fredag 16 januari 2015 kl 14.04
Alice Bah Kunhke, demonstrationer mot islamofobi, Foto: P3 Nyheter
Culture and Democracy minister Alice Bah Kuhnke. Photo: P3 Nyheter

After meeting with several Jewish organisations, Sweden's Culture and Democracy minister promises more resources to combat what she says is growing anti-semitism in Sweden.

Alice Bah Kuhnke says to Swedish Radio News that the national coordinator against violent extremism will be given more money and that she will initiate talks with education minister Gustav Fridolin to figure out what the school system can do to combat anti-semitic attitudes.

The meeting was held in light of the terrorist attacks in Paris last week, as one of the attacks targeted a Jewish deli.

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