Jews Feel Unwelcome in Hungary

According to this article from a Jewish publication as many as 1,000 Hungarian Jews are believed to be leaving the country each year. Currently the Jewish population in Hungary is thought to be between 80,000-100,000 (Central Europe’s largest Jewish community).

Hungary has been in a recession for a few years and there’s no reason to believe they are going to pull out of it soon. My question is, are Jews leaving Hungary due to the recession or are they actually being shunned by Hungarians? Jews are excellent at kvetching and they always blame Europeans for their shortcomings so it’s hard to tell. I have sent an email off to a well connected Hungarian-American friend who spends a lot of time in Europe to get his view on the topic. I will report back on what he shares with me.

Either way, it’s good news for Hungarians.

No offense Jews. Don’t worry. I’m not a naziwhowantstokillsixmillionjews. I just want my Hungarian friends to have their own country, free from the influence of outsiders.

Israel for Jews!
Africa for Africans!
China for Chinese!
Mexico for Mexicans!
Hungary for Hungarians!
Spain for Spaniards!
Italy for Italians!
Germany for Germans!
England for English!
Ireland for Irish!

Get the picture?


4 thoughts on “Jews Feel Unwelcome in Hungary

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