When a Swedish paper published highly dubious, unsubstantiated claims about the IDF stealing organs from Palestinians, Israel asked that the Swedish government condemn the story for what it was, a blood libel. The Swedish government refused citing the high value Sweden places on the freedom of the press.
Contrast this with Spain. Recently a Spanish newspaper published an interview with a known Holocaust denier, a man who spent time in an Austrian prison for Holocaust denial, where denying the Holocaust is a crime. In response, the Spanish foreign minister himself issued a condemnation of the interview "...while maintaining the most absolute respect for freedom of expression..."
Why is such a condemnation possible in Spain, but not in Sweden?
To Sweden's credit (though it does not absolve them of silence in the face of blood libels printed in their newspapers) the Swedish government will be pushing the EU to combat antisemetism.
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