Jobbik’s foreign relations expert: Márton Gyöngyösi
We have suspected for a long time that Jobbik, the Hungarian neo-Nazi party with parliamentary representation, has developed fairly strong ties with certain Islamic countries. For example, we knew that Gábor Vona, the party chairman, visited Yemen as early as 2003. It was also rumored that Jobbik was getting financial assistance from Iran. In any case, Jobbik’s relations with Tehran were so close by 2009 that Vona demanded that Iranian observers be present at the 2010 elections.
At that time we knew relatively little about possible connections between Iran and Jobbik, but lately more attention has been paid to this extremist party’s relations with the anti-Israeli Islamic world in general. Márton Gyöngyösi, Jobbik’s foreign relations expert and deputy chairman of the parliamentary committee on foreign relations, shed some light on this matter in an interview he gave to the British weekly, Jewish Chronicle. Among other things he claimed that „Jews…
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