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February 04, 1994 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-02-04

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Commemoration
Raises Disputes

Budapest (JTA) — The
Hungarian Jewish commun-
ity is seriously at odds with
the government about when
to hold a day of mourning to
mark the Holocaust here.
A committee established
by the Jewish community to
oversee a yearlong series of
commemorative events has
protested government plans
to mark not the deportations
of Jews 50 years ago but the
occupation of Hungary by
the Germans on March 19,
1944.
The Jewish community is
calling this a whitewash,
depicting Hungary as a vic-
tim during World War II,
whereas the wartime
Hungarian Arrow Cross
regime persecuted Jews on
its own initiative without
waiting for orders from the
Nazis.
The Jewish committee has
asked that a national day of
mourning be held April 17,
the day 50 years ago that the
mass deportations of
Hungary's Jews began.
Most of the 600,000 Jews
were sent to Auschwitz,
where the majority were
killed.
The Jewish community
and the government have
each formed committees to
organize commemorative
events. But the government
committee includes extreme
rightists, members of a new
political party established
by ultranationalist Istvan
Csurka, who has made a
series of anti-Semitic
statements.
Peter Feldmayer, head of
the Jewish committee, wrote
a letter to a government offi-
cial about two months ago
saying lie would not sit at
the same table as the
rightists, Emil Bogdan and
Tibor Zimanyi. Mr.
Feldmayer also made his
remark to Hungarian Radio.
He has not yet received an
answer.
Karoly Herenyi, the
spokesman for the ruling
party, the Hungarian Dem-
ocratic Forum, said the par-
ty would definitely sponsor a
commemoration for the vic-
tims of the Holocaust. But he
had not answer about what
the government, per se,
would be doing.
Meanwhile, the Jewish
community has been rattled
by bomb threats, albeit
empty ones, in the past
weeks, to the Dohany Street
Synagogue and the Jewish
community center. The
buildings were evacuated,
but no bombs were found.



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