Wiesenthal Centre Urges Investigation after Report Shows Anti-Semitic Hungarian Political Party Moves Closer to Iran

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Jobbik graffiti.

After a three-day visit to the country by officials, the Simon Wiesenthal Center is urging the Hungarian government–as well as the European Parliament– to investigate reports of  a growing relationship between Iran and the anti-Semitic Jobbik Hungarian political party.

“Hungarian leaders we met confirmed that the Jobbik party and the Iranian regime share a hatred for Jews, Israel, the European Union and the United States,”  Rabbi Abraham Cooper associate Dean and Dr. Shimon Samuels Director of International Relations of the Centre reported, adding that “a Socialist Party MP told them that Jobbik’s increasingly anti-Semitic and anti-Israel attacks can be linked in part to the growing connection.”

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2 Replies to “Wiesenthal Centre Urges Investigation after Report Shows Anti-Semitic Hungarian Political Party Moves Closer to Iran”

  1. The Fascists are once again allying themselves with the Moslems, in WWII it was to undermine the Brits in the Islamic world, now it is to take advantage of the oil money in the Mid East. We are headed into a major war that will make WWII look small.

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