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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.


AFP selected to train Hungarian journalists on fact-checking

Currently, Hungary has no known organization in the field of fighting disinformation.

Grapevine October 27, 2021: Hungarian rhapsody

Movers and shakers in Israeli society.

Jewish Community protesting antisemitism in Manchester demonstration

Does the number of violent assaults on Jews convey a country’s antisemitism level? No, says EU poll

“It’s a complicated report that requires a nuanced attitude,” said Slomo Koves, a Hungarian rabbi and a founder of the Action and Protection League.


Hungary devours Israel

Blue-and-white to remain in Europe's Group B after falling 44-19 in tackle football clash on the road

LGBTQ+ Agudah hosts Polish chief rabbi to begin new project for Diaspora

The Agudah and World Zionist Organization are working together to help LGBTQ+ olim and Diaspora Jews.


Pope Francis condemns antisemitism

On a trip to Hungary, Pope Francis said that antisemitism is a "fuse that must not be allowed to burn."


Hungarian Jewish artifacts saved from auction block

19th and 20th-century Jewish records, many of which were from the era of Nazi occupied-Hungary, were purchased by the Hungarian Jewish Museum and Archives and the National Library of Israel.

Poland's chief rabbi: 'LGBTQ+-free zones is against Halacha'

The laws passed by Poland and Hungary that are seen by some as anti-LGBTQ+ have garnered significant controversy around the world.


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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