The World Jewish Congress expressed worry over a rise in anti-Semitic attacks in Hungary and Europe.
Hungary's prime minister said he would work to fight anti-Semitism during a meeting with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Orban's policies and remarks have raised concerns among Hungary's Jewish community.
Viktor Orban visited Benjamin Netanyahu this week in a meeting that alarmed many observers: Two "illiberals" telling the world they’re doing our own thing. It's both a phenomenon and problem, says Norbert Mappes-Niediek.
Hungarians are being asked to pick between competing apocalyptic visions in Sunday's election: A country and culture devastated by foreign invasion versus a corrupt dictatorship. Tim Gosling reports from Budapest.
The murder of an elderly Holocaust survivor in Paris has shocked Europe. However, Michel Friedman writes in this guest commentary, the killing should surprise no one: Anti-Semitism is omnipresent.
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