KKL- JNF launches an outdoor unique exhibition of Israeli photographs

The exhibitions' opening ceremony was held with the participation of 7th district of Budapest's mayor and president of KKL-Hungary and Central Europe.

Budapest’s Chabad-run Milton Friedman University eyes a major expansion

The school, which goes by MFU, currently has about 700 full-time students, only about 15% of them Jewish. But thanks to a $22 million government grant awarded in May, the school is looking to expand.


IDF officers learn about Herzl, leadership in Budapest

The "Leadership Sees the Future Journey," as the program is called, deals with the importance of formulating a Zionist vision even today.

Sagi Muki loses to Iranian Saieid Mollaei in Grand Slam judo competition

Even though Muki was eliminated from the competition, he and Mollaei showed mutual respect and the two hugged each other after the fight.

Ukrainian refugees celebrate personal exodus during Passover

The Jewish Agency's main Passover Seder took place at the Jewish emergency center in Warsaw, Poland, while another one took place in Budapest for thousands of Jewish refugees from Ukraine.


Jews in Hungary, Moldova, Poland Celebrate Purim with Ukrainian Refugees

Even if not physically, we can fight the war spiritually,” Chief Rabbi Shlomo Köves said.


77 Hungarian Holocaust survivors honored on 77th anniversary of liberation

Starting on Monday, January 17 and running for 77 consecutive hours, testimonies from survivors will play on their new website – with a new video being released every hour.

Budapest’s new $30m Holocaust museum sits in limbo

The story of the museum, whose temporary name is the House of Fates, underlines how the legacy of the Holocaust keeps Jews from being fully integrated into Hungarian society.


Budapest’s only kosher fast food joint hungrily awaits the return of Israeli tourists

László Györfi, 51, recently opened a significantly cheaper, no-frills burger shop that he says is the Hungarian capital’s only kosher fast food joint.


The resurrection of Orthodox Jewry in Budapest

Like in the prophetic vision of the Valley of Dry Bones, Orthodox Judaism springs back to life in Hungary.

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