Hungary on the right track: Hungarian prosecutors rejected the Jewish claim to the anti-Semitism

Hungary on the right track: Hungarian prosecutors rejected the Jewish claim to the "anti-Semitism"

Hungary on the right track: Hungarian prosecutors rejected the Jewish claim to the "anti-Semitism"

Hungarian prosecutors rejected the complaint against a member of Chabad of parliament as saying that the Jews are a threat to national security.

Rabbi Shlomo Coves (Slomo Koves) Bondar, Daniel (Daniel Bodnar), Chabad of the Orthodox community in Hungary, complained Marton Gengeshi (Gyongyosi Marton), for "inciting hatred" after the deputy chairman of the nationalist Jobbik party said Nov. 26 in Parliament that "… it is time to find out how many people there are of Jewish origin, especially in the Hungarian parliament, which represent a threat to the national security of Hungary."

General Prosecutor's Office of Hungary gave the words of local meetings can not be qualified as an incitement to hatred.

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