At least 140 Palestinians have been killed by Israeli fire since mid-September.

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The Swedish foreign minister had previously commented on the risk of extrajudicial killings, in December, prompting a rebuke from Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

"It seems she expects Israel's citizens to bare their throats to those trying to stab them," Netanyahu said in comments to his cabinet that were broadcast on Israeli television.

He reiterated this criticism in a meeting with foreign journalists on Thursday, dubbing Wallstrom's comments "outrageous, immoral and stupid." The allegations of extrajudicial killings are just the latest problem between Wallstrom and Israel, and they are just one of a number of disputes the Swedish foreign minister has found herself embroiled in since entering office in October 2014.

Israeli officials have a blunt message for Margot Wallstrom, the Swedish foreign minister: You are not welcome here.

"We decline to host the Swedish foreign minister in Israel," Tzipi Hotovely, Israel's deputy foreign minister, told reporters on Wednesday.

"The State of Israel is closing its doors to official Swedish visits." An Israeli spokesman later clarified that the move did not apply to all Swedish officials, just the foreign minister.

"It's just Margot Wallstrom," Emmanuel Nahshon told the Swedish news agency TT.

Wallstrom had been due to visit Israel on Thursday to attend an event in honor of Raoul Wallenberg, a Swede who saved tens of thousands of Jews during World War II, but the trip was canceled at the last minute.

The Swedish Foreign Ministry says there was a scheduling conflict, though Swedish Radio News reports that Israeli officials had refused to meet with her.