An Israeli Christian intends to build a new town in Israel specifically for Christian Aramaeans to preserve their language and culture.
Young Hungarians and Israelis participated in a seminar on the promotion of dialogue and reconciliation between Jews, Christians and Gipsies. It was held in Budapest from the 19th to the 23rd of August and the programme included a visit to the Auschwitz-Birkenau Museum in Poland. Participants also attended a conference and joined in some of the festive events held during the Hungarian national feast day on August 20.
Hungary’s prime minister said he would work to fight anti-Semitism during a meeting with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. In his first visit to Israel as prime minister, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban pledged last Thursday that his country has a “zero tolerance” policy toward anti-Semitism.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu lauded Israel’s democracy while calling attention to “the plight of the long-suffering Iranian people” during his satellite video speech to the 13th Annual Christians United for Israel (CUFI) Summit hosted in Washington DC. “Iran’s regime is a point of darkness in the Middle East. Israel is a point of light,” he said.