Can One March Help Descendants of Nazis and Survivors Reconcile?70 years after death marches killed some 25,000 Hungarian Jews, descendants of perpetrators join survivors's children for remembrance march.
Hungary Remembers Holocaust Amid Boycotts, ProtestsJewish, civil rights groups continue to boycott Holocaust memorial events amidst rising anti-Semitism in the government.
Hungarians Protest Monument Whitewashing HolocaustHundreds of protesters occupy construction site of monument seen as absolving Hungarian Holocaust responsibility.
EJC: Success of Anti-Semites a 'Dark Day for Hungary'European Jewish Congress says the success of the openly anti-Semitic Jobbik party is “a source of grave concern for Europe.”
Hungarian Anti-Semitic Party Gains in ElectionsHungary's Prime Minister Viktor Orban wins clear victory in elections, while Jobbik party increases its share of the vote.
Hungary's Rebranded Far-Right Eyes Election SuccessJobbik party bouncing back from popularity slump after taking on a 'softer' image; but beneath the facade the same policies remain.
Chief Rabbi, Hungarian President Discuss Anti-SemitismChief Rabbi Lau and Minister Ben-Dahan express concerns in Budapest, ask for Hungary to crack down on terror funding.
Hungarian Ambassador Visits Hezbollah MonumentDespite a European ban on Hezbollah’s “military wing”, the Hungarian ambassador to Lebanon paid a visit to the group's “monument to jihad”.
70 Years Later: Rabbis Gather for Memorial Ceremony in BudapestRabbis from across Europe gathered in Budapest to mark the 70th anniversary of the murder of Hungarian Jews by the Nazis.
Hungarian Prime Minister 'Not Doing Enough on Anti-Semitism'?Arutz Sheva interviews Hungarian politicians from both sides of the political divide on extremists - and what it means for the Jews.
34% of Hungarians Blame 'Jewish Conspiracy' for Economic WoesFar right Jobbik party gaining strength in Hungary but Jewish organization says anti-Semitism was worse in 2010.
Hungary's Jews Mark 70th Anniversary of Nazi InvasionHungarian Jews gather at the Grand Synagogue in Budapest, mark 70th anniversary of Nazi Germany's invasion of the country.
Vandals Desecrate Jewish Cemetery in HungarySwastikas and "Smelly Jews" spray-painted on tombstones of Jewish cemetery in Tatabanya, Hungary.
Hungary Backpedals on Disputed Holocaust MonumentBudapest responds to Jewish groups' outrage at monument, which allegedly whitewashes its role in the Holocaust.
Hungarian Jews Seek Return of Scrolls Looted During WWIIHungarian Jewish leaders talking with Russia over the return of a collection of religious items looted by the Red Army.
Rabbi Slams Hungarian Politicians for 'Using Jews' to Gain VotesHungarian Chief Rabbi blames politicians, city mayor for anti-Semitic rally held in former synagogue, claims anti-Semitism 'gains votes'.
WJC Says Hungarian Government is Falsifying HistoryWorld Jewish Congress president supports decision of Hungary's Jews to boycott events marking the 70th anniversary of deportations.
Fury as Hungarian Far-Right Party Hold Rally in Former SynagogueAnti-fascist groups protest political rally by far-right Jobbik party in former Hungarian synagogue.
Hungarian Amb. Summoned Over Holocaust DenialNew ambassador summoned by Foreign Ministry over Hungary's growing Holocaust whitewashing and anti-Semitism.
Hungarian Jews Pull Out of Holocaust MemorialHungary's largest Jewish organization pulls out of Holocaust memorial year, says PM Orban is "ignoring" the sensitivities of survivors.
A Glimmer of Hope Amid the DarknessEuropean Jewish Congress holds landmark annual Holocaust memorial - and with it, provides hope for the future of European Jewry.
'Shocked' Holocaust Scholar Returns Hungary AwardProf. Randolph L. Braham is handing back a Hungarian state award in protest at the government's 'falsification of history.'
Hungarian Jews Threaten to Boycott Holocaust Memorial EventsJewish leaders in Hungary the government is whitewashing the country's role in the deportation of Jews to Nazi camps.
From Hungarian Neo-Nazi to Orthodox JewUpcoming documentary focuses on the life story of Csanad Szegedi, the Far Right Jobbik politician who discovered his Jewish roots.
Statue of Hungary's Hitler Ally Causes ProtestsDemonstrators stage rival rallies in Budapest, where a bust of Miklos Horthy, an ally of Adolf Hitler, was unveiled.
Hungary's Deputy PM: We Turned Our Backs on JewsHungary must acknowledge its role during the Holocaust, the country's deputy prime minister says.
Lapid Denounces Anti-Semitic Incidents in HungaryHungarians share responsibility for the deaths of Jews during World War II, Finance Minister says in speech in Hungary's parliament.
Hungary Pledges Funds for Auschwitz UpkeepHungary pledges $160,000 towards the upkeep of the Auschwitz memorial, following criticism that it was stalling on funds.
Hungary: Neo-Nazi Gang Sentenced for Brutal Roma MurdersVerdict comes as Jews, Roma, face rising discrimination and attacks in the EU-member state.
Workers: Arabs Promoted 'Palestine' on Ministry's ShekelAn Environment Ministry "roots trip” to Hungary workers turned into a propaganda coup for two Arabs on the trip, Jewish witnesses said
Hungary Signs New Holocaust Survivor Reparation DealHungary announces deal with US-based Holocaust restitution organization on reparations for Hungarian Holocaust survivors.
Hungary Charges top Nazi War Crimes Suspect, 98Hungary charges 98-year-old top Nazi war crimes suspect over brutal role in deportation of some 12,000 Jews to death camps.
Budapest Mayor to Review Naming of Street After Anti-SemiteMayor of Budapest orders a review of a decision to name a street after an "openly anti-Semitic" author.
Europe Parliament Head Says 'Counting Jews' Line a MisquoteEuropean Parliament head demands newspaper clarify how it misquoted him as saying "Hungary wants to count the Jews.”
Player Barred Over Being 'Covered Head to Toe in Nazi Tattoos'A Hungarian martial arts fighter banned from Prague tournament for being “covered from head to toe in Nazi tattoos.”
Head of Hungarian Jewish Community OustedThe head of Hungary's top organization representing Jewish communities resigned on Sunday after losing a vote of confidence.
Hungary: Anti-Semitic Abusers Given Prison SentencesBudapest court hands down prison sentences to three men who verbally abused visitors to the World Jewish Congress.
Lauder Re-Elected World Jewish Congress HeadWorld Jewish Congress president Ronald Lauder has been re-elected unopposed for a second 4-year term at Hungary conference.
Minister Shalom: Add Hizbullah to EU Terror ListWater and Energy Minister Silvan Shalom speaks at WJC plenary, calls for tougher punishment for anti-Semitism.
WJC President: Hungarian Jews Considering LeavingWorld Jewish Congress Ronald S. Lauder warns that rising anti-Semitism in Hungary is causing local Jews to consider leaving.
Hungarian PM Promises 'Zero Tolerance' for Anti-SemitismHungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban tells WJC that anti-Semitism is"unacceptable and intolerable".
Wold Jewish Congress to Combat Neo-Nazism at Annual AssemblyThe World Jewish Congress will kickstart its annual assembly on Sunday to discuss alarming rise of neo-Nazi political parties.
Hungary: Head of Rights Group Victim of Anti-Semitic AssaultThe head of a Hungarian minority rights group named after Raoul Wallenbeg was assaulted by anti-Semitic football fans.
Slovakia Paves the Way for Extradition of Hungarian NaziA Slovak court has paved the way for the extradition of Laszlo Csatary from Hungary to Slovakia.
Hungarian Extremists Stage 'Anti-Zionist' Revenge RallyFar-right Jobbik party called for an “anti-Zionist” demonstration to be held on eve of World Jewish Congress General Assembly.
Budapest Bans 'Give Gas' Rally Amid OutrageAn anti-Semitic demonstration that was planned for the same day as a Holocaust memorial march was banned in Hungary.
Racist Hungarian Journalist Returns State PrizeA Hungarian television presenter, known for his anti-Semitic remarks, has handed back a prestigious state award after public outcry.
Hungary Asks Anti-Semitic Journalist to Return AwardHungary has asked a journalist who made anti-Semitic remarks to return an award he had been decorated with.
Israel Asks Hungary to Withdraw Award to Anti-Semitic JournalistIsrael has asked Hungary to withdraw a state journalism award given to a TV presenter who made derogatory remarks about Jews.
In Solidarity, World Jewish Congress to Meet in HungaryWorld Jewish Congress to hold annual assembly in Budapest to show solidarity with Hungarian Jews facing "exceptionally strong" anti-Semitism
Israeli Tourists Rescued from Stranded Bus in EuropeA bus carrying Israeli tourists was reported stuck on the highway between Austria and Hungary because of a snowstorm in the area.
Neo-Nazi Parties Threaten to 'Upend European Parliament'Anti-Defamation League urges United States Congress to mobilize a united voice against the return of political anti-Semitism.
Hungarian Court Annuls Religious Recognition LawHungary annuls part of a controversial law that ended official recognition and state funding for scores of religious communities.
Hungarian Jewish Group Urges Ban on Hitler-Ally Street NamesHungarian Jewish organization calls for ban on naming of public areas after country's wartime leader and ally of Adolf Hitler.
Hungarian Holocaust Denier Ordered to Visit AuschwitzCourt orders first Hungarian convicted under a Holocaust denial law to visit Auschwitz or Yad Vashem.
Europe’s 'Democratic Conscience' Votes In Neo-Nazi Party MemberCouncil of Europe set to approve nomination of Hungarian neo-Nazi to its Committee on Equality and Non-Discrimination.
Council of Europe Considering Ban on Neo-Nazi MPsCouncil of Europe is considering banning extreme-right members if they are affiliated with “neo-Nazi, racist and anti-Semitic" parties.