Thousands flocked to Budapest’s Kazinczy Street in the heart of the historic Jewish neighbourhood to celebrate the city’s Judafest.
Concerts, exhibitions and dance performances brighten up Budapest for Jewish Art Days, which take place between May 27th and June 10th.
Hungarian Jews celebrated the 70th birthday of the State of Israel by an amazing tree planting event in Budapest.
A newly renovated former synagogue building and modern virtual exhibition centre in Hungary was opened to the public.
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban used language with antisemitic undertones at a rally three weeks before he seeks re-election for a third term.
Hungary’s leading Jewish organisations on Wednesday condemned a senior Hungarian politician over his plan to deliver a speech at a ceremony honouring a Nazi ally on International Holocaust Remembrance Day.