Találatok ‘Gadó János’

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The first section of this month’s issue of Szombat is dominated by the Israel-Lebanon conflict: two different viewpoints are presented. György Konrád claims in his essay under the title ’’What may come after the rockets? More rockets?”: ”Perhaps radical Islamists find the existence … Tovább »

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In our June issue, two of our colleagues publish analysises of the parliamentary elections and their consequences in Hungary and in Israel. “In the April of 2006 the elections created a situation which changed the stabilizing force of the Hungarian political system alto­gether. It was the … Tovább »

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János Gadó’s editorial deals with the elections in Hungary: „The political right wing in Hungary has stirred and – as for anti-Semitic views – it is carefully starting to disconnect from the extreme right which – along with its traditional version – has acquired an updated version of … Tovább »

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Parliamentary elections will be held both in Israel and Hungary. Attila Novák warns that the feeling of fear spread­ing among Hungarian Jews interprets the word ’’solidarity” as an excluding one.
János Gadó wrote about the murdered young Jewish Frenchman Ilan Halimi, as well as … Tovább »

Keszthely non coronat

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Gadó János
Keszthely non coronat

2006. január elsején Goldschmied István, a Keszthelyi Izraelita Hitköz­ség elnöke levélben tudatta Zoltai Gusztávval, a Mazsihisz ügyvezető igazgatójával, hogy hitközsége ki­lép a Mazsihisz keretei közül.

Levelének másolatát tájékoz­tatásul … Tovább »

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In his essay “Europe and Israel” the writer György Konrád dis­cusses how modern Europe needs to be responsible for the reborn Jewish state in the Middle East, and puts the question: “The most recent changes, the radical way of thinking of the new Iranian presi­dent, the electoral victory … Tovább »

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