Egyptian Islamic scholar Zaghloul Al-Naggar said in a September 6, 2020 interview on Channel 9 (Turkey) that "a bunch of extremist Jews" in Sweden are trying to distort Islam and to attack Islamic voices because they want revenge for the rapid spread of Islam in Europe. Al-Naggar said that they must be exposed before the Swedish people, whose tolerance and politeness he praised. He added that the Jews in Sweden understand how the spread of Islam endangers their "Satanic schemes" to prevent people from accepting Islam. Al-Naggar's comments were made against the backdrop of clashes between far-right activists and Muslim rioters in Malmö and Ronneby after Swedish police had prevented Danish politician Ramus Paludan from entering the country. Al-Naggar is the Chairman of Committee of Scientific Notions in the Qur'an, Supreme Council of Islamic Affairs in Egypt. For more about Zaghloul Al-Naggar, see MEMRI TV clips No. 6903, 2479, 2033, 1915, 1881, 1849, 1642, and 1091.
Zaghloul Al-Naggar: "The Swedish people are polite, calm, difficult to provoke, and they have great respect for others. Unfortunately, in Sweden, which I visited about two years ago, there are a bunch of extremist Jews who try to distort the image of Islam, and to attack any Islamic voice. These [Jews] must be exposed before the Swedish people, who are well-known for their respect for others. The Jews are organizing all these movements in revenge for the rapid spread of Islam in Europe, because they fully understand how this endangers their Satanic schemes to prevent people from accepting the religion of Islam."