‘English’ rovat archívum

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Összesen 156 találat (121 - 140) a(z) English rovatban.

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Our October issue begins with the recollections of Pál Várnai about how he, a Hungarian Jew and a Central European intellectual, tried to find his place in the pragmatic Canadian society after he had left Hungary in 1956. The issue of setting up a public Foundation for the compensation of Hungarian … Tovább »

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The Dohány Street synagogue will be reopened in all its former splendour in early September. The report on the reconstruction work, however, also notes that the synago­gue is generally only filled on the High Holidays and in the tourist season. The Jewish community will get back fifty-four of its seventy … Tovább »

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The June issue of Szombat begins with Gábor T. Szántó’s account of his visit to the States. Invited to participate at the annual meeting of the American Jewish Committee, he reports on what he saw and what he heard. Next comes an article on a curious decision brought by the Hungárián rabbis, who … Tovább »

June 1996 Issue

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June 1996 The June issue of Szombat begins with Gábor T. Szántó’s account of his visit to the States. Invited to participate at the annual meeting of the American Jewish Committee, he reports on what he saw and what he heard. Next comes an article on a curious decision brought by the Board of Hungarian … Tovább »

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The May issue of Szombat begins with a critical essay by Miklós Szalai who calls attention to the impossibility of a dialogue with fundamentalism (including the Jewish variety) and calls fór the creation of an independent, secular Jewish identity. The editorial reply to this essay points out that Szalai … Tovább »

May 1996 Issue

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May 1996 The May issue of Szombat begins with a critical essay by Miklós Szalai who calls attention to the impossibility of a dialogue with fundamentalism (including the Jewish variety) and calls for the creation of an independent, secular Jewish identity. The editorial reply to this essay points out … Tovább »

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The April issue of Szombat begins with a report on the general assembly of the Federation to Maintain Jewish Culture in Hungary, the largest secular Jewish organization in Hungary; it seems that the Federation is more concerned with its own internal affairs than with cultural issues. This report is followed … Tovább »

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The March issue of Szombat begins with an essay by Ákos Kertész in which he recalls how he ‘de-Judaized’ one of the main characters in an early novel Kertész’s essay is followed by a report on the General Assembly of the Alliance of Hungarian Jewish Communities (Mazsihisz) at which it was decided, … Tovább »

March 1996 Issue

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March 1996 The March issue of Szombat begins with an essay by Ákos Kertész in which he recalls how he ‘de-Judaized’ one of the main characters in an early novel. Kertész’s essay is followed by a report on the General Assembly of the Alliance of Hungarian Jewish Communities (MAZsIHISz) at which … Tovább »

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The February issue of Szombat begins with an essay by Péter Feldmájer, lawyer, the leader of the Jewish community, on the reception of the Jewish religion, the occasion being the l00th anniversary of this felicitous event. He probes the question of whether religious Jews are not disadvantaged in certain … Tovább »

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The present issue of Szombat begins with an essay by Péter Popper, in which he discusses how traditional Jewish values oriented the Jews in the modem times and how these values will continue to serve as guidance in the future. We alsó publish two reflections on Gábor T. Szántó’s essay that appeared … Tovább »

January 1996 Issue

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January 1996 The present issue of Szombat begins with an essay by Péter Popper, in which he discusses how traditional Jewish values oriented the Jews in the modern times and how these values will continue to serve as guidance in the future. We also publish two reflections on Gábor T. Szántó’s essay … Tovább »

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The November issue of Szombat opens with the debate between Péter Feldmájer, the president of the Alliance of the Jewish Communities of Hungary and Gábor T. Szántó, our editor-in-chief, on whether the Alliance, the main organization of religious Jewry in Hungary is truly undergoing substantial renewal, … Tovább »

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The “Home Affairs” section of the no­vember issue of Szombat begins with art essay by Gábor T. Szántó, written in reply to a questionnaire circulated by the Yahalom Jewish High School that invited reflections on the chances and possibilities of a religious renewal in Hungary. Welcoming all new directions-be … Tovább »

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What makes for a Jewish literature? We have probed this question in the context of French, Russian, Germán and Israeli national literature, and we also touch upon the theoretical problems facing the literary histórián in writing a history of Jewish literature.

In our Home Affairs section we publish … Tovább »

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This issue of Szombat contains an essay by Gábor Ács in a shortened form about the sad story of the Jewish Restitution Fund. The Fund was established to handle the property left by Hungarian Jews killed in 1944. The following section covers the present situation of the Jewish property compensation … Tovább »

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The June issue of Szombat appears in a new format. This new format, however, continues to be accompanied by the all too familiar Financial problems. In his editorial, Gábor T. Szántó, editor-in-chief, pleads for support in order to keep the paper going.

“The Joint in planning to move out of Hungary, … Tovább »