From Neo-Nazi to Jew

April 4 2014

Until recently, Csanád Szegedi was a prominent anti-Semitic extremist in Hungary. Discovering he was Jewish has set him on a path to repentance.

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More about: Hungary, Jobbik, Repentance

Is There a Way Out of Israel’s Political Deadlock?

On Tuesday, leaders of the Jewish state’s largest political parties, Blue and White and Likud, met to negotiate the terms of a coalition agreement—and failed to come to an agreement. If none of the parties in the Knesset succeeds in forming a governing coalition, there will be a third election, with no guarantee that it will be more conclusive than those that preceded it. Identifying six moves by key politicians that have created the deadlock, Shmuel Rosner speculates as to whether they can be circumvented or undone:

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More about: Benjamin Netanyahu, Israeli Election 2019, Israeli politics