From: Ha'aretz, June 30, 2012
A leader of Hungary's anti-Semitic Jobbik party confessed to having
Jewish origins, but Jewish leaders reacted to his statement
"I learned not long ago that I had parents of Jewish origins," Csanad
Szegedi, a member of the European parliament and regional leader of
Jobbik, said in an interview with the daily Barikad.
Members of Jobbik have used anti-Semitic rhetoric repeatedly in the past.
"Knowing who is a pure-race Hungarian is not what counts. The important
thing is the way one behaves as a Hungarian," he is quoted as saying.
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Remember the Russian anti-semite, Vladimir Zhirinovsky? He had a Polish Jewish father. news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/europe/1446759.stm