Hungary recognizes Orthodox Jewish community for first time since World War II

November 19, 2019 by  
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The Hungarian government signed a special agreement with the Orthodox Jewish Communities Association (EMIH) to officially grant the country’s Orthodox community with “special status” for the first time since World War II. Read more

Welcoming Orbán doesn’t betray Israeli democracy

July 18, 2018 by  
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For those who like neat political theories with straight lines connecting the people they don’t like, the upcoming visit of Hungarian President Viktor Orbán to Israel provides some potent ammunition…writes Jonathan S. Tobin.JNS. Read more

Europe is not anti-Semitic, but there is anti-Semitism in Europe

July 1, 2018 by  
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Anti-Semitism in many parts of Europe is on the rise not because of government policies, but rather due to pervasive sentiments among various sections of the public, the most senior Jewish community professionals from France, Germany, and Hungary said this week at the World Jewish Congress’ 5th annual National Community Directors’ Forum. Read more