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May 6, 2013 2:53 am

World Jewish Congress: Hungarian PM Not Doing Enough to Combat Anti-Semitism

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Hungarian PM Viktor Orban. Photo: Wiki Commons.

Times of Israel – Prime Minister Viktor Orban did not go far enough in condemning the anti-Semitism that has reared its head in Hungary, the World Jewish Congress said Sunday, hours after Orban called for zero-tolerance of anti-Jewish activity at the opening address of the group’s annual meeting in Budapest.

Orban spoke of his government’s efforts to protect Jewish rights and Hungary’s role in stopping anti-Semitism, on the heels of a march by far-rightists to protest the meeting the day before.

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