Szombat előfizetés 2017

‘English’ rovat archívum

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Összesen 156 találat (61 - 80) a(z) English rovatban.

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The September issue of Szombat begins with an excerpt from Franz Rosenzweig’s The Star of Redemption in which he speaks about the impor­tance of Yom Kippur and the Day of Atonement.
The purchase of a football club has created a furor in Hungarian media: the highly popular Ferencváros team … Tovább »

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In “A Requiem for my Childhood” Pál Várnai remembers Kiskunhalas, a small town in the Hungarian Great Plain, where in his childhood between the two World Wars, Jews and non-Jews lived next to each other in harmony.
We report on the assembly of the Budapest Jewish Community and that of the … Tovább »

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We publish the thoughts of nine young Hungarian writers we asked to talk about how they feel about Jews. The actual act of selecting “non Jewish writers” is questionable in that making such a distinction in contemporary Hungary is a highly problematic issue – claims Gábor T. Szántó in his … Tovább »

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Attila Novák’s article “Those Who Return” focuses on young people who, from a state of assimilation, turn back to a traditional Jewish lifestyle. Although few in number, the pres­ence of young people who have chosen Judaism as adults can already be felt today within the orthodox community … Tovább »

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The March issue of Szombat begins with two writings on Ariel Sharon, Israel’s newly elected Prime Minister. Yehuda Lahav por­trays the politician as a radical right-winger and poses an all-important question: do we have a new Sharon standing before us or simply the same old wolf in a lamb’s … Tovább »

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The February issue of Szombat includes the full text of the agreement between the Hungarian government and the Jewish Com­munity. This agreement is of major signifi­cance since the last such agreement was concluded in 1950. The agreement has been strongly criticized by Béla Hirsch, according … Tovább »

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At the beginning of 1999 Hungarian Jews were allocated 30 000 forints by the Hungarian state as compensation for their relatives lost in the Shoah. Meanwhile relatives of vic­tims of the communist dictatorship were granted one mil­lion forints (8 years ago). The Federation of Jewish Communities … Tovább »

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The December issue of Szombat begins with an interview on day to day life in Jerusalem since the renewed outbreak of the Intifada, given by Gábor Balázs who currently lives in one of the suburbs of Jerusalem,
“Arab presence is visible everywhere in the Jewish quarters, while the opposite … Tovább »

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The first two articles of our November issue examine the causes of the outbreak of violence in the Middle East.
„The Palestinian territories offer an excellent opportunity to study what permanent revolu­tion looks like in practice. The whole Arab world considers Palestinian society to … Tovább »

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In his article, “Red Budapest – Black Budapest”, Attila Novák notes that “irritated by the shady financial scandals of the Socialist-Free Democrat coalition, the electorate voted for the Fidesz-led coalition. Beside the traditional Christian Democrat and Smallholders Party voters, the Fidesz … Tovább »

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The September issue of Szombat includes a 12 page special section, offering an overview of the Central and Eastern European schools and other educational institu­tions funded by The Ronald S. Lauder Foundation. The Foundation maintains a ‘Lehrhaus’ in Berlin, a city that already has another … Tovább »

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What is the reason for the apparently unprincipled atti­tude with which the leaders of the Jewish community pin the yellow star on their chest with much bravado after los­ing a lawsuit against an anti-Semitic publisher, but keep their silence on hearing of a decision concerning com­pensation … Tovább »

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Our correspondent from Israel, László Bányai examines the dilemmas of Israeli soci­ety in an unconventional article. He reckons that the Arabs living in Israel are less and less loyal to their country while – claims the author – the political Left is more for a democratic Israel than a … Tovább »

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The Rabbinical Seminary of Budapest is now likely to get accreditation and will be qualified as a university in the future. This means that now the Jewish community in Hungary (along with the Catholics, Calvinists and Lutherans) will have its own university. The new institution, Rabbinical … Tovább »

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A group of experts, with the leadership of sociologist András Kovács is conducting a survey about the Jewish community in Hungary, questioning 2000 people. We pub­lish their preliminary assessment which was completed after the data collection was fin­ished.
The first conclusion of the … Tovább »

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Hungarian government set up a fund for han­dling the property of those Jews who were killed in the war and left no family behind. The Fund never actually had any considerable prop­erty to look after and was soon made useless, though it never was closed legally. The unsolved problem of compensating … Tovább »

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János Gadó’s article presents the Hungarian organisation of B’nai B’rith, whose membership is recruited from the middle generation of the Jewry, grown up in assimilation. The encouragement and assistance of the foreign lodges was crucial in the foundation. After the revolutionary phase … Tovább »

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In June 1945 the American troops held up a train in which the Nazi Hungarian (Arrow Cross) Government tried to smuggle to the West, away from the Russian Army, the valu­ables stolen form the deported Hungarian Jews. The 44 wagons load of valuables, worth billions of today’s dollars, was never … Tovább »

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Szombat is organising a conference enti­tled “Jewish Fates on Hungarian Stages”. In their introduction to the conference, Tamás Halász and András Nagy reflect on the question why no theatre defining itself as Jewish has developed in Hungary while there have been many Jewish (or of Jewish … Tovább »

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Summary The re-make of the exhibition in the Hungarian pavilion at Auschwitz – intended to replace the current, twenty years old exhibition – stirred a great debate since its concept proved to be strongly apologetic, laying the blame for the deportation of the Hungarian Jews solely on the Germans. … Tovább »

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