Israel has created a vaccine with a genetically modified virus that grows spike proteins on its surface; it is expected to be better than the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine.
Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett spoke for the first time on the phone with his Hungarian counterpart Viktor Orbán on Monday evening.
Twelve months ago, the website Bennem Élő Eredet was launched. In a series of interviews, the site is now asking Jewish organizations in Hungary about what has happened in the past year and what they plan to do in 2022.
In his poetry, Kiss broke with the classical rules of verse, creating a distinctive modern rhythm combined with emphatic meter.
“We can’t be a gypsy country” begins the leaflet distributed by Mi Hazánk, which has recently landed in people’s mailboxes.
A statement by Rabbi Báruch Oberlander, President of the Orthodox Rabbinate of Budapest, on marriage, family, and the importance of teaching the beauty and joy of an authentic Jewi
A promising community-building and identity-strengthening project was launched on January 1 under the title “Bennem élő eredet” (“My ancestry, origin or heritage living within me”)
An exhibition entitled “Game Changers,” featuring the life stories of athletes who were unique pioneers and role models in forging relations between Hungary and Israel, opened on Wednesday.
Thousands of people voted again this year for the Hanukatalizator (“Hanukkah Catalyst”) Award, organized by JCC Budapest – Bálint House and awarded to the most active and inspiring members of the Jewish community.
In a joint statement, congregations in Hungary stress the importance of the Jewish and Christian values of marriage and family.
The migration pressure in the Sahel region poses a serious security risk for the European Union in the short term.
On Sunday evening, representatives of the Chabad Association of Kolozsvár (Cluj Napoca in Romanian) held a Hanukkah candle-lighting celebration at the beginning of Deák Ferenc Street.
The United Nations General Assembly approved a resolution 129-11 on Wednesday that disavowed Jewish ties to the Temple Mount and called it solely by its Muslim name of al-Haram al-Sharif.
Prime Minister Viktor Orbán greeted Hungarian Jews on Hanukkah in a letter addressed to the leaders of Jewish organizations in Hungary, Bertalan Havasi, Deputy State Secretary at the Prime Minister’s Press Office, told MTI on Sunday.
Throughout history, the Jews have been subject to external attacks seeking to destroy them. Alongside these, internal enemies have also had to be dealt with: informers, turncoats and agents infiltrating communities.
Shlomo Köves, the Chief Rabbi of EMIH, gave an interview to Mandiner, wherein he contested the claim highlighted by Telex in its coverage of the recent antisemitism survey conducted by the Action and Protection Foundation (TEV).
The comic book, made for the 100th anniversary of the birth of Hannah Szenes, has been unveiled, with the publishers hoping to get as many young Hungarians as possible to learn about the story of the Zionist hero.
Unknown perpetrators added antisemitic inscriptions on a government vaccination poster.
Despite the high number of antisemitic people in Hungary, it is one of the safest countries in Europe for the Jewish community, extensive survey by EMIH shows.
As a result of 10 years of research, the large-scale work of cultural historian Viktor Cseh entitled Jewish Heritage – Rural Jewish Religious Communities in Hungary was published.