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Orban also accused World Jewish Congress President Ronald Lauder of having a "left-wing and liberal bias" in Hungarian public affairs.
"The government of Hungary has denigrated and misrepresented our work and repressed civil society for the sake of political gain."
The right-wing nationalist premier has presented himself as the savior of Hungary's sovereignty and Christian values against what he calls an "invasion" of Muslim migrants.
One does not have to sympathize with Orban to welcome him. Neither does one have to like the illiberal character of his government.
By MANFRED GERSTENFELD
Hungarian antisemitism is the highest in Europe.
By ALEX STERNBERG
Why Israel’s government is under pressure to accept the support of far-right foreign leaders
By MARC NEUGROSCHEL
Which team do you support – Team Merkon or Team Orbvini?
By JEFF BARAK
Israel needs to watch out for itself and continue to engage with countries and leaders who can help in implementing its goal.
By JPOST EDITORIAL
So where should the line be drawn? For the one and only Jewish state, antisemitism is a good place to start taking a strong stand, as is the Holocaust.
By LAHAV HARKOV
Despite the question marks regarding Orban’s Fidesz Party, there is no clear cut reason for Netanyahu to reject Orban’s extended hand.
By JENNY AHARON
"In eastern Europe, the uniqueness of the Holocaust has been blurred through a misleading equation of Nazism with Communist tyranny."
By ROBERT S. WISTRICH
With hatred of those perceived to be different so entrenched in Hungarian society, the future is not encouraging for Jews and other “minorities” who call Hungary home.
Central European University, set up by Soros, a Hungarian-born liberal philanthropist, will move part of its operations to Austria from September because of rules forbidding it to issue U.S. degrees.
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