President Reuven Rivlin says the stabbing of a Jewish woman in Sweden shows need to combat anti-Semitism.

“Once again, Jews in Europe are in danger. Today’s brutal stabbing of a woman in Helsingborg, Sweden reminds us that we cannot rely on fading memories of the Holocaust to keep today’s Jewish communities safe,” he says.

“We will combat anti-Semitism until it is eliminated and we will not stay silent in the face of such events.”

Swedish authorities have indicate that the attacker today was a Muslim man. The victim remains in critical condition after stabbed several times and left for dead.

Read more at Times of Israel.