The June issue of Szombat begins with an essay by our editor-in-chief that he read on the occasion of the Day of Jewish Culture, as an introduction to the Szombat Szaloon; in the essay he underlines the general nood, and importance, for participation in all levels of Jewish life, for a deeper sense of … Tovább »
‘English’ rovat archívum
Összesen 156 találat (141 - 156) a(z) English rovatban.
The April issue of Szombat begins with György Litván ’s diary, in which the renowned historian reminisces about the liberation of 1945 and, also, contemplates the current debates in which one opinion is that 1945 should simply be regarded as a change of oppressors.
We have included a report on … Tovább »
The cover of the March issue of Szombat is illustrated witli a photograph taken by Sándor Bacskai commemorating, for the first time in 30 years, a Pidyon Habben ceremony.
In his essay, ’Incessant awaital’, György Konrád, surveys the present situation, and possible future, of Eastern European … Tovább »
The February issue of Szombat begins with an essay by János Gadó in which he broadly reviews the mode of the Holocaust remembrances held in Hungary and analyzes the role of memory in the Jewish community’s self-perception. In 1994 the ’Congregation of Faith’ organized a series of events marking … Tovább »
The January issue of Szombat begins with an essay by Ferenc Erős and Zoltán Fábián in which they examine current political anti-Semitism in Hungary among the voters of the parties running in the 1994 parliamentary electors. In the report on the generál assembly of the Jewish Community we have focused … Tovább »
The December issue of Szombat begins with Uri Kozmosz’s essay – originally read in the course of a literary evening organized around the theme “Anna Frank in the World” – in which he explores Anna Frank’s relation to Jewish tradition, arguing that the Messianistic legends do have a relevance in our … Tovább »
The front page of the November issue of Szombat shows of the opening of the new premises of the Cultural Federation of Hungarian Jews. We have also included a photo report on the Budapest Jewish Community Centre that was recently opened. In our editorial Iván Simon writes about the need for better communication … Tovább »
The October issue of Szombat begins with a study by Gábor Ács, probing the sensitive issue of how the Hungarian Jewish community was barred from German compensation owing to the four decades of Communist dictatorship. Ács notes that a new agreement has been reached between the Conference of Jewish … Tovább »
The September issue of Szombat begins with Gábor T. Szántó’ s editorial, surveying the broad spectrum of issues that need to be dealt with in the paper. These range from the problems of the Jewish Restitution Fund and financial problems faced by the various Jewish organizations, to the shamefully … Tovább »
The May issue of Szombat begins with an essay by György Tatár, in which he explores the possibilities and perspectives of translating and interpreting the Bibié, and to what extent Christian interpretations can be brought closer to Jewish sources by an authentic interpretation.
The editors organized … Tovább »
The April issue of Szombat is dedicated to the 50th anniversary of the Hungarian Holocaust. Éva Szécsi’ s essay addresses the need fór remembrance and remindal in the face of oblivion and the fasification of history. A survey of the losses of the Hungarian Jewish community is published together … Tovább »
The March issue of Szombat begins with an essay by Árpád Göncz, President of the Hungarian Republic, entitled „The echelons of soid-searching”; the essay, writtten on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the Hungárián Holocaust and with a view to the upcoming parliamentary elections, contemplates … Tovább »
The February issue of Szombat begins with Éva Szécsi’s anslysis of the unexpected rise of Vladimír Zhirinovsky’s Russian extreme right-wing party, the underlying reasons, the possible consequences and, most importantly, whether there is reason to fear that this phenomenon might signal a more generál … Tovább »
THE WHITE HOUSE
Rosh Hashana, 1993
Rosh Hashana is a time of reflection and hope — thoughtful reflection on the year just past and hope for a good year to come.
The days between Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur are the most solemn of the Hebrew calendar. But in the midst of heartfelt … Tovább »
The June issue of Szombat begins with a report on the general assembly of the Jewish Community on which a decision was reached that Chief Rabbi György Landeszman, whose recently made outrageous statements stirred quite a controversy in Hungarian political life, should be relieved of his post. The report … Tovább »
The May issue of Szombat begins with an essay by Gershom Scholem, “Israel and the Diaspora”, which is also intended as a tribute to Jom Ha-Atzmaut, that was celebrated at the end of April. With this essay we hope to draw the attention of the Jewish community to a problem that resurfaces time and … Tovább »