‘English’ rovat archívum

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The Hungarian Jewish Heritage Fund has received applications for support for over 180 million Forints. Most of the applications came from the organizations of the Federation of Jewish Communities, even though the Federation, being the single heir of prewar Hungarian Jewry, will probably get 500 million … Tovább »

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On the occasion of Rosh Hashanah the heads of two entirely different Jewish communities shared their views with us. Based on the weekly haftarah portion Baruch Oberlander, the Budapest shaliakh of the Lubavitch movement contemplates about the question whether it is appropriate to pray for personal financial … Tovább »

October 1997 Issue

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Oktober 1997 On the occasion of Rosh Hashanah the heads of two entirely different Jewish communities shared their views with us. Did the Patriarch stand the testing, and did God stand it? – asks Katalin Kelemen, the leader of the Sim Shalom Reform Jewish community of Budapest. Based on the weekly Haftarah … Tovább »

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The financial situation of the Szombat is still critical. We had better not to expect the state or major Jewish foundations to cover all of our costs. The Jewish civil society should support Szombat, otherwise we are likely to cease to exist next year – States our editorial.

The Hungarian Jewish Heritage … Tovább »

June 1997 Issue

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June 1997 In our May editorial we stated that the June issue of Szombat may easily be the last one. We have, with great difficulties, managed to keep Szombat alive until October. But the October issue can easily turn out to be the very last one, as you can read in our June editorial. In the second part … Tovább »

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This issue of the Szombat can easily turn out to be the last but one – States our editorial. Three Hungarian foundations, supporting our periodical until now, have suddenly stopped funding the Szombat, and this has put us in a very difficult situation. They probably thought, that the recently established … Tovább »

May 1997 Issue

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May 1997 This issue of the Szombat can easily turn to be the last but one – states Gábor T. Szántó in his editorial. Three Hungarian foundations, supporting our periodical until now, unexpectedly stopped funding the Szombat, what put us in a lethal danger. They might have thought, that the recently … Tovább »

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The April issue of Szombat begins with President Árpád Göncz’s writing, in which he rewiews the happy and less happy events of 1100 years of Hungarian-Jewish history. His writing is followed by János Gadó’s study on the history of Jewish schools in Hungary, probing the question of why the majority … Tovább »

March 1997 Issue

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March 1997 The Hungarian Jewish Heritage Fund which in accordance with the statutes – never observed – of the Paris Peace Treaty should provide restitution to the Jewish community for the Jewish properties which remained unclaimed after 1945 has still not been set up. The budget has earmarked HUF 4 billion … Tovább »

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The February issue of Szombat begins with János Gadó’s article on the Federation to Maintain Jewish Culture in Hungary (our publisher) which in 1989 played a key role in the renewal of Jewish file. Since then, however, the federation has lost its former importance and prestige in public life, although … Tovább »

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The January issue of Szombat begins with György Konrád’s essay. “Jewiy has three choices: the paths defined by the national, the religious and the universalistic concept”, concludes Konrád. His essay is followed by a report on the work and the beneficiaries of the Joint’s Jewish Social Help Fund. … Tovább »

January 1997 Issue

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January 1997 The January issue of Szombat begins with György Konrád’s essay. “Jewry has three choices: the paths defined by the national, the religious and the universalistic concept”, concludes Konrád. His essay is followed by a report on the work and the beneficiaries of the Joint’s Jewish Social … Tovább »

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The Hungarin Jewish Heritage Fund – , which is to manage the compensation paid by the Hungarian State to the Jewish com- munity – will manage next January only the compensation coupons of a value of 4 bil­lion HUF. The interests of this sum will cover the monthly income raise of the holocaust survivors. … Tovább »

December 1996 Issue

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December 1996 The Hungarian Jewish Heritage Fund – , which is to manage the compensation paid by the Hungarian state to the Jewish community – will manage next January only the compensation tickets of a value of 4 billion HUF. The interests of this sum will cover the monthly income raise of the holocaust … Tovább »

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Is it true that American private foundations are planning to grant 360 million USD to Hungarian Jewry? – an intriguing piece of information which László Seres tried to confirm from various sources, without much success. One possible explanation is that the Claims Conference is trying to secure this … Tovább »