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20.9.2015. 11:17
Mađarski Židovi i izbjeglice ( vijesti iz rujna 2015)
 

(JTA) — Hungarian Jews have collected about $5,000 and half a ton of food and nonperishables for refugees from the Middle East.
In the collection drive on Friday, the Mazsihisz umbrella group of Hungarian Jewish communities and its youth department gathered food and nonperishables at three depots in Budapest, including a synagogue and Jewish community center.
“There are currently between 100 and 150 Hungarian Jews that I know of involved in the relief effort,” said Zoltan Radnoti, chairman of the Mazsihisz rabbinical council. 


Mađarski Židovi su sakupili oko  5.000 $ i pola tone hrane i  potrebština za izbjeglice sa Srednjeg Istoka. Mazsihisz,  organizacija židovskih zajednica u Mađarskoj i organizacija omladine  su sakupili hranu i potrebštine na tri depoa u Budimpešti, uključujući sinagoge i  centre zajednica. Ima između 100 i 150 mađarskih Židova,  za koje znam da su uključeni u ove napore, rekao je Zoltan Radnoti, predsjednik rabinskog koncila  Mazsihisza.


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Hungary has been one of the main entry points into the European Union by tens of thousands of migrants from the Middle East, including many refugees from Syria and Iraq, where sectarian violence erupted and has been ongoing since 2011.... Some 340,000 migrants from the Middle East have crossed into the European Union this year, according to United Nations figures.

Evoking the lessons of the Holocaust, s everal prominent European rabbis, including the chief rabbi of France, Haim Korsia, and the former chief rabbi of Britain, Jonathan Sacks, have urged European governments to treat the migrants generously and find a solution to their plight.
“As Eastern European Jews, we carry the knowledge of how it feels to flee our homes,” Radnoti told JTA
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