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Hungary: Jewish Community leader responds to Jobbik accusations

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1. W/S Peter Feldmajer having his photo taken 2. SOT Peter Feldmajer, leader of the Jewish community in Hungary: "His position is always against the Jewish people, against Israel, always against the basis of democracy." 3. M/S Peter Feldmajer's book 4. SOT Peter Feldmajer, leader of the Jewish community in Hungary: "The verbal attack is poisoning the atmosphere here and it is very uncomfortable for the Jewish society." 5. M/S Feldmajer's hands together 6. SOT Peter Feldmajer, leader of the Jewish community in Hungary: "Jobbik is not against the crimes of the communists, they want to prove that the Jewish people and communist are the same, so the Jews made the bad things against the non-Jews." 7. W/S City SCRIPT Hungary: Jewish Community leader responds to Jobbik accusations The World Jewish Congress began Sunday in the city of Budapest, Hungary, which held the Congress for the first time. The far-right party, Jobbik, held and anti-Semitic and anti-Bolshevich rally on Sunday, claiming that the Jewish are colonising Hungary. Peter Feldmajer, leader of the Jewish community in Hungary, son of Holocaust survivors and active participant in Jewish public life, replied to the Jobbik party, "His position is always against the Jewish people, against Israel and the bases of democracy, " Feldmajer commented on their verbal attacks, "The verbal attack is poisoning the atmosphere here and it is very uncomfortable for the Jewish society." He also said that, "Jobbik is not against the communists, the crimes of the communists, they want to prove that the Jewish people and communist are the same, so the Jews made the bad things against the non-Jews." Over 600 delegates from around the world attended the 14th Plenary Assembly of the World Jewish Congress in Budapest on Sunday.