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Is Israel rejecting right-wing European support it can ill afford to lose?
Many in Israel are against dealing with Europe’s right-wing parties, arguing that they haven’t really abandoned their anti-Semitic past, and that Israel’s acceptance will only legitimize them.
Jonathan S. Tobin
Welcoming Orbán doesn’t betray Israeli democracy
Netanyahu isn’t embracing dictators. He’s seeking allies for a country that has a lot of enemies.
Hungarian premier to visit Israel, but only deputy to visit PA
Ariel Kahana and Israel Hayom Staff
In a sign of burgeoning diplomatic ties, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán will arrive in Israel on Wednesday for an official visit as a guest of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
Hungary condemns rising anti-Semitism within halls of UN Human Rights Council
“Jewish communities are enduring growing threat manifested in hate speech, harassment, vandalism and physical violence in several regions,” said Hungarian Ambassador Zsuzsanna Horváth.
European Jews congratulate PM Viktor Orban on his re-election
Rabbi Menachem Margolin of the European Jewish Association writes to Viktor Orban following his re-election as Prime Minister of Hungary, "You have been a stalwart defender of Israel on the world stage, recently going against the prevailing E.U. winds and supporting the move to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel."
Hungarian Jews condemn politician over planned memorial for Nazi ally Miklos Horthy