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November 22, 1974 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-11-22

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, Nov. 22, 1974-37

Where goodtaste just
ins with the food.

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Hungarian Jewish Community Thrives,

By Dr. ANDREW SUMEGHI
BUDAPEST (JTA) — The
Hungarian Jewish commun-
ity, which 30 years ago lost
nearly 600,000 of its members
to the Nazi terror, today is
perhaps the strongest and
most active Jewish commun-

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is pure pleasure.
One of the rare films you
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all the socialist coun-
tries.
The chairman of the Jew-
ish community, Geza Seifert,
is said to have excellent re-
lations with the Hungarian
government. Seifert has been
president of the Jewish com-
munity for 20 years.
A recent article in the
community weekly, New Life,
describes Seifert as "a fine
guardian of old Jewish tra-
ditions and at the same time
one who is working hard to
assure good relations with
the state."
This relationship between
the Jewish community and
the Hungarian government
was clearly stated 25 years
ago, following the atrocities
of the war.
At that time, the Hungar-
ian government issued a dec-
laration guaranteeing equal
rights and liberties for the
Jewish people — the first
time in Hungarian history
that such a declaration was
so clearly and firmly enunci-
ated.
There are other examples
of the growing health of the
Hungarian Jewish dommun-
ity. Budapest has a rabbini-
cal school — the only one in
the Eastern European coun-
tries. Students come from
Czechoslovakia, from East
Germany, and even from the
Soviet Union to study there.
Before the war, there was
a Goldmark Hall in Buda-
pest, named after a poor
Jewish cantor, Karl Gold-
mark, who later became a
composer.
During the war, the Nazis
tore down the hall. But this
year, a new music hall was
inaugurated in his honor.
There are, of course, still
many problems in Hungary
for Jewish people — despite
the government declaration.
Hungarians of Jewish descent
still form a tiny minority of
government and party lead-
ership.
Anti-Semitism is not dead
— it exists in Hungary as
elsewhere. But Hungarian
Jews, putting the past behind
them, are working to create
a new and vital community.

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