Hungary: Murder convictions are ‘wake-up call’ over hate crimes against Roma

 Demonstration in the village of Devecser organized by far-right party Jobbik. The Hungarian authorities must do more to protect minority groups from hate crimes, Amnesty International urged today after four people were found guilty over the racially motivated murders of six Roma in 2008 and 2009. A Budapest court today handed life sentences to three … Continue reading

Police investigating far-right website’s reward for information on anti-Nazi protesters

Police have begun an investigation on suspicion of incitement against a community after far-right website Kuruc offered a Ft 100,000 reward to those who demonstrated outside the home of suspected war criminal László Csatáry on July 16. Many have since been harassed by far-right activists. The protesters demanded action after British journalists found Csatáry in … Continue reading

The most wanted Nazi war criminal arrested in Hungary

He was considered the world’s most wanted Nazi. Laszlo Csatary, was found at 97 years of age in the Hungarian capital, Budapest.Csatary is accused of complicity in the deaths of 15 700 Jews during World War II. “I confirm that Laszlo Csatary was identified and found in Budapest,” Zuroff told reporters, adding that the British newspaper … Continue reading

‘Anonymous’ Hacks 17 Hungarian Nazi Websites

Operation Blitzkrieg has been going for some time now, its an operation that is attempting to expose and attack all the nazi based sites across the internet. today they have releaed a file with 17 sites in it that have been hacked and left defaced. … Continue reading

Hungarians protest anti-Semitism

About 120 Hungarians donned paper yellow stars with the word “Jude” (“Jew” in German) written on them and lined up on the bank of the Danube in downtown Budapest to protest recent anti-Semitic and racist incidents in Hungary. Local media said the demonstration Thursday afternoon was a Flashmob organized on Facebook. The protesters staged the … Continue reading

Hungary experiences nationalism renaissance

Nationalism is on the rise in Hungary. The works of a far-right poet are to be taught in schools, while his remains are to be buried in his hometown in neighboring Romania – against the will of the Romanian government. Jozsef Nyiro was born in 1889 in Szekler Land, a Romanian region of Transylvania, which … Continue reading