‘English’ rovat archívum

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Összesen 156 találat (81 - 100) a(z) English rovatban.

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The July 16 issue of Yom Hashishi, an Orthodox weekly published in Israel, carried an article in which Naftali Krausz, an orthodox Israeli journalist, who often criticizes Jewish affairs in Hungary, accused Dr. József Schweitzer, chief rabbi of Hungary, and Dr. Ernő Neumann, rabbi of Temesvár … Tovább »

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A special section has been devoted to the ‘populist-urbanist conflict’ which has character­ized Hungarian intellectual life since World War 1. The ongoing debate between the ‘populists’, Hungarian intellectuals who are primarily com­mitted to national ideals, and the ‘urbanists’, intellectuals … Tovább »

May 1999 Issue

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A controversial article was published in Népszabadság (Hungary’s largest distribution daily newspaper) by István Lovas well known extreme right-wing publicist. He claims that the Holocaust is over-emphasized internation­ally by Jews, because this allows Israel to hide its own sins. Our … Tovább »

April 1999 Issue

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It was reported without much media reaction that the gypsy population of a small Hungarian vil­lage converted to muslim religion. János Gadó’s editorial dicusses in detail the neglected back­ground of the case. I, today’s world it is mostly the so-called “loosers” of modernization who … Tovább »

March 1999 Issue

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As we have written in our previous issue, the chairman of the official Jewish community, Mr. Péter Feldmájer, criticised the Hungarian rabbis who delayed for years with issuing gets, the traditional letters of divorce. In the forth­coming debate Mr. Feldmájer criticised the “poor spiritu­al … Tovább »

October 1998 Issue

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In the September issue of Szombat we publish the second part of Gábor T. Szántó’s essay, “Reflections on Israel’s fifti­eth birthday from the Diaspora” in which he reviews the elements that have shaped the attitudes of Diaspora Jewry to Israel.
The assembly of the board of the Hungarian … Tovább »

June 1998 Issue

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There is no reason to fear of an anti-Semitic revival ini­tiated by the new government – argues Attila Novák against the deeply rooted conviction of the majority of Hungarian Jews. Time has come to evaluate the political parties according to their programmes and policies instead of labelling … Tovább »

May 1998 Issue

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“The Vatican statement entitled ‘Let Us Remember. Thoughts about the Shoah’ issued in March 1998 attempts to address two issues at once: the remorse over the fate of the Jews and the preservation of the Church’s reputa­tion. This is an insoluble task: one cannot do penance and watch one’s … Tovább »

April 1998 Issue

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The April issue of Szombat begins with György Konrád’s essay, “Aphorisms on the Durability of the Jews”, in which one of the most acclaimed contemporary writers of Hungary – who acted as the president of the International Pen Club until 1997 – notes that he sees “as Jewish this transcendent, … Tovább »