It's Official: Hungarian PM Viktor Orban to Visit Israel July 18-20

On Thursday, Israeli lawmakers urged Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to cancel the visit, citing, among other things, Orban's recurrent use of 'propaganda with a whiff of anti-Semitism'

Noa Landau
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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Viktor Orban, Hungary's prime minister in Budapest, Hungary, on Wednesday, July 19, 2017.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Viktor Orban, Hungary's prime minister in Budapest, Hungary, on Wednesday, July 19, 2017.Credit: Balazs Mohai/AP

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