Hungarian Jews blast incitement against leader

Hungary's umbrella Jewish organisation and EJC affiliate has condemned incitement against its leader after he was depicted on the cover of a prominent pro-government weekly surrounded by banknotes.

Jobbik leader steps down after antisemitic record surfaces

Jobbik deputy parliamentary group leader István Szávay announced his immediate resignation following the release of recordings containing antisemitic comments and details of an alleged assault.

Yad Vashem: Hungarian Holocaust Museum is a falsification of history

Yad Vashem has publicly criticized a new Holocaust museum in Hungary, known as the House of Fates, describing it as a grave falsification of history

Hungarian football club honours Holocaust era hero

A Hungarian football club is to honour István Tóth-Potya, who saved hundreds of Jewish lives during the Holocaust.

Survey: Hungarian Jews see antisemitism as a serious problem

Two-thirds of Hungarian Jews believe antisemitism is a serious problem in their country, according to a new survey.

Thousands in Budapest flock to Jewish street fair

Thousands flocked to Budapest’s Kazinczy Street in the heart of the historic Jewish neighbourhood to celebrate the city’s Judafest.

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