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Total country population 9,800,000
Core Jewish population 47,600
Jews per total 1,000 in population 4.84
Population with a Jewish parent 75,000
Enlarged Jewish population 10,000
Law of Return Jewish population 130,000



 

Press articles about Hungary

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Printer who helped Raoul Wallenberg rescue Jews gets a plaque in Budapest Publication:Jewish Telegraphic Agency
Date:19 October 2017
Hungary says it keeps Jews safe by keeping out Muslim immigrants Publication:Jewish Telegraphic Agency
Date:29 November 2017
Budapest’s Dohany Street Synagogue to receive European heritage status Publication:Jewish Telegraphic Agency
Date:7 December 2017
In Budapest, Hanukkah comes out of the shadows and onto the ice rink Publication:Jewish Telegraphic Agency
Date:5 December 2017
Budapest cultural center unlocks local Jewish history Publication:Jewish Telegraphic Agency
Date:25 December 2017
Budapest soccer club honors coach killed by Nazi collaborators Publication:Jewish Telegraphic Agency
Date:13 July 2018
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Controversial historian won’t run Hungarian Holocaust museum, new Jewish owners say Publication:Jewish Telegraphic Agency
Date:14 September 2018
Chabad Hungary joins Holocaust museum project boycotted by other Jewish groups Publication:Jewish Telegraphic Agency
Date:7 September 2018
Hungary’s president says World Jewish Congress head has left-wing agenda Publication:Jewish Telegraphic Agency
Date:7 December 2018
Hungarian magazine publishes anti-Semitic image of Jewish leader on cover Publication:Jewish Telegraphic Agency
Date:2 December 2018
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Sweep of the Danube riverbed finds no bones of Holocaust victims Publication:Jewish Telegraphic Agency
Date:16 January 2019
Scammers steal $437K from synagogue renovation project in Hungary Publication:Jewish Telegraphic Agency
Date:22 February 2019
Hungary’s Holocaust museum will address complicity, Jewish managers say Publication:Jewish Telegraphic Agency
Date:2 June 2019
Jewish communities returning to their origins in Budapest’s quiet western district Publication:Jewish Telegraphic Agency
Date:26 November 2019