It all started when Marton Gyongyosi of the of the Hungarian Movement for a Better Hungary (Jobbik), the country's largest far-right party, stated that it was time to determine
Gyongyosi argued that this was needed because of the tensions after an eight-day attack on Gaza. He also said that Hungary's Foreign Ministry had "rushed to make an oath of allegiance to Israel."
After the statement, Gyongyosi issued an apology, but still reaffirmed that Hungary needs to be cautious of “Zionist Israel and those serving it also from here.”
The comments outraged much of the Hungarian population and led to the rally, organized by Jewish and civic groups. ...