Találatok ‘Novák Attila’

Összesen 362 találat (181 - 200) : Novák Attila.

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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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In his editorial (Under reconstruction…the liberation keeps going undisturbed) János Gadó writes about the transformation of one-time left-wing ideologies: “In 1989, in the euphoric moments of the lull of Communism, for a moment it seemed that history had ended, and the light between different … Tovább »

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Péter Szegő’s editorial deals with the danger the Iranian president’s public statement means: he denied the Holocaust and called for the destruction of Israel. Szegő believes that “if Iran should become a nuclear power, it will be unpredictable whether they will attack Israel. ”
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Nemrég tértünk vissza a napfényes Tunéziá­ból, melyet oly sok kelet­-európai turista keres fel, hiszen meglepően ala­csony összegért teljesen más égtájon érezheti ma­gát. Ez a másik világ azonban tényleg máshol van, s ha az ember elszakad a kar- és bokaláncos, … Tovább »

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Attila Novák’s editorial was inspired by a short trip to Tunisia: he comments on the relationship between the West and Islam: “The words of Memmi become too quiet next to the multicultural battle cries which only take what it finds pleasant in different civilizations and cultures, and only … Tovább »

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A selection of articles discusses the Gaza pullout. Zsuzsa Shiri’s report is followed by János Gadó’s analysis of the situation, then an Israeli author writes about the crisis of religious Zionism. Zsuzsa Shiri writes about the settlers’ putting on the yellow star as a sign of protest: … Tovább »

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