Jews are generally safe in Hungary, argues Zoltán Radnóti (51), head of rabbis in Budapest. Anti-Semitism is not a significant problem in his country, he believes. "Thanks to President Orbán, Budapest is an island without Muslim fundamentalists in Europe. Pro-Palestinian demonstrations are banned."
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Does the Hungarian government send the homeless people back to the streets of Budapest? Thousands will die if the government insists on stopping the Methodist funding. The church struggles with the “corrupt” Orban government about tax revenues for welfare work.
The European Christian Political Movement (ECPM) has accepted the Hungarian Jobbik representative in the European Parliament in the ranks of the MEPs speaking on behalf of the Christian movement.
President Katalin Novák believes that the free exercise of the Christian faith is a competitive advantage in today's world. She said so at the closing ceremony of the national kindergarten programme of the Reformed Church of Hungary.
The men in southwestern Ukraine no longer attend church. They stay home or abroad for fear of being drafted into the army. Still, the Gospel finds fertile ground.
A Hungarian book chain received a fine of 12 million forints. The reason for this hefty sum is the sale of a children's book which contains LGBT scenes about two boys who are in love.
Family and population policy should be higher on the EU agenda. That is what Hungary plans to do when it takes over the six-month EU Council presidency next year.
A Bible commentary for Central and Eastern Europe? Would that differ from a commentary for Western Europe or Southern Africa? That could be a question for anyone who bumps into the “Central and Eastern European Bible Commentary” (CEEBC).
At the end of April, Hasidic Jews flock to Hungary for a special pilgrimage. They pay homage to the late ‘miracle rabbi’ Yeshaya Steiner, also known as Rebbe Shaya’le.
Hungarian President Katalin Novak resists a new law from the government in its battle against the LGBT movement. Her veto is an unexpected protest against Prime Minister Viktor Orbán.