Hungarian Jews: Angry About the Holocaust but Unworried About Today’s anti-Semitism

Hungary still has difficulty dealing with its collaboration with the Nazis and the anti-Semitic Jobbick Party isn't making that any easier. The Jews, however, are still more worried by an illiberal government than to threats aimed at them. The Cossacks Aren't Coming: A special series on the future of European Jews.

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BUDAPEST – On the southern side of Budapest’s Liberty Square are two new memorials. One, erected by the Hungarian government, is an iron statue of the archangel Gabriel, symbolizing the innocent people of...