Találatok ‘Gadó János’

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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 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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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 »

A zsidóság és a holocaust az amerikai nyilvánosságban – Beszélgetés Alvin Rosenfeld professzorral

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A zsidóság és a holocaust az amerikai nyilvánosságban
Beszélgetés Alvin Rosenfeld professzorral

Alvin Rosenfeld, az Indiana Állami Egyetemen a holocaust irodalmi ábrázolását kutatja. Ez év májusában a XX. Századi Intézetben tartott előadást. Előadásának másnapján nyilatkozott … 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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