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        PM Orbán’s visit to Israel

        Saturday, July 21st, 2018

        A left-wing columnist describes the friendship between Mr Orbán and Prime Minister Netanyahu of Israel as an ’infernal game’, while a pro-government reporter underlines the shared stance of the two statesmen against radical Islam. READ MORE

        Netanyahu concludes three day visit to Budapest

        Friday, July 21st, 2017

        A liberal analyst believes that the Israeli Prime Minister came to Hungary to seek new allies within the European Union, while a conservative commentator hopes that his visit will help eradicate the remaining traces of anti-Semitism among Hungarian right-wingers. READ MORE

        Netanyahu praises Hungary as Israel’s ally

        Thursday, July 20th, 2017

        A liberal columnist suggests that what visiting Israeli Prime Minister has in common with Mr Orbán is that both of them are nationalists.  A pro-Israeli author praises both governments for protecting national, religious and cultural traditions. READ MORE

        Benjamin Netanyahu’s visit to Hungary

        Wednesday, July 19th, 2017

        The Israeli Prime Minister is criticised by a left-wing pundit, while his visit is interpreted by a right-wing commentator as convincing proof that the accusations of anti-Semitism levelled against the Hungarian government from time to time are groundless. READ MORE