Yitzchak Mais, former director of Yad Vashem’s historical museum and leader of the House of Fates project spoke to Neokohn about the Museum’s conceptual development.
The rabbinical seminar of Budapest is one of the oldest functioning institute of its kind in the world, now is in the spotlight of the local struggle of the neolog movement.
As tensions over the Israeli elections are rising all over the Jewish world, the Hungarian Jewish communities struggles over the legacy of one of the chief founders of the State of Israel, Ze’Ev Jabotinsky.
Shaul Ladany (83) is a world record holder racewalker who not only survived the horrors of the Holocaust, but, being an Israeli athlete, also survived the 1972 Munich Olympics massacre.
Gáspár Miklós Tamás, a leading liberal philosopher protested against Trump’s Iran policy with a small group of followers.
The government of Germany plans to set new taxes on every form of energy consumption instead of loosening on economic regulations, while the country is facing serious economic stagnation and sometimes even decline.
More hostages were taken by the Socialist Commune in the 1919s, than we thought earlier and the regime highly preferred Jewish hostages.
One out of every five Hungarians believe that most of the horrors of the Holocaust was invented by Jews, a new study reveals.
Despite being mayor of Székesfehérvár, member of the upper house and of prominent descent, Aladár Huszár’s life ended in a Nazi labor camp.
These news would come as a shock, only they are based on misinformation.
The situation in western-Europe is extremely worrying, according to Mr. Szalay-Bobrovniczky.
The center-right parties of Central-Europe may play a major role in Europe in the future, Viktor Orbán in particular, who has a vision about Europe — says one of the most important experts on Middle East policies.
Already 12 applications for research and development (R&D) funds have been received by the National Research, Development and Innovation Office (NRDIO), some three times more than earlier.
The Budapest City Archives presents an exhibition named „Fates cemented in walls, Houses and People, 1944.
The destruction of the books was an event that was long planned by the propaganda department of the regime.
Iván Fischer and his world famous Budapest Festival Orchestra is giving a charitable concert in South Korea to honor the victims of the tragically sunk ship some two weeks ago in Budapest.
The Romanian Defense Ministry has begun the process of nationalization of the Úzvölgy military cemetery. RHDU immediately responded with protesting the decision.
The new concept was designed and the project will be led by a team of international experts.
Rabbi Shlomo Köves has given a lengthy radio interview on Hungarian radio station Klubradio about the currently forming new concept of the House of Fates and about the relationship between the various Jewish organizations.