Last year, I traveled across Europe to see for myself how mass Muslim immigration was affecting the continent. For the first time, here is my full interview with a member of Sweden's shrinking Jewish minority population.
With his "Infidel" t-shirt and cowboy boots, Stefan Ritter defies stereotypes. He and I talked about divisions within the Jewish community about how to handle Muslim immigration; political pandering to these new voters; and hostility towards Israel from Swedes of all backgrounds.
I tell him my theory that Jews have a "suicide gene" and he points out that Jews "don't know who their real friends are," saying that evangelical Christians are one of the few groups who stand up against anti-semitism.