Pro-Palestinian Arab demonstrators on Saturday night threw firebombs at a synagogue in Gothenburg, Sweden, local media reported.
According to the report, about 20 Muslim protesters who were demonstrating against U.S. President Donald Trump's decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel are responsible for the attack.
The attack took place as Jewish students were holding a party inside the synagogue. A firefighter who was called to the scene told a Swedish news site that a fire had broken out between parked vehicles in a car park outside the synagogue.
There were no reports of any injuries.
Dvir Maoz, a representative of the World Bnei Akiva movement in Gothenburg, who witnessed the incident, said, "It happened at 10:18 p.m. Sweden time. There was a youth party inside at the time. Before the party I sat in the lobby with one of the security guards, we talked a little bit and as we were talking, I saw fire, so I told the security guards that a firebomb had been thrown at the building. They called the police. The youths were scared. This was the first time they had experienced any form of terrorism so close to them.”
"The police came, they cleaned the place, and they checked to make sure that everything is in order. The parents came and took the children home. There were a few children who were very stressed. One of them told me that he was feeling very unsafe. Another told me casually that because he has a very Jewish name, it causes Arabs in his school to curse him, harass him and spit on him. It's very hard for him,” continued Maoz.
“I live ten minutes away. Relatively close. At the same time, I cannot say that we feel an increase in anti-Semitism every day,” he concluded.
Earlier on Saturday night, dozens of Muslims demonstrated in the city of Malmo and shouted anti-Jewish slogans in the wake of the U.S. recognition of Jerusalem.
On Thursday, a man wearing a Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) flag smashed the windows of the kosher HaCarmel restaurant, which is located in a heavily-Jewish part of Amsterdam.
The suspect smashed the window and kicked down the restaurant’s doors before police officers who were on the scene arrested him.