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Hungarian Bahá’í Community
1053 Budapest, Ferenciek tere 3.
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‘Abdu’l-Bahá’s visit to Budapest in 1913
A Draft Summary of the History and International Character of the Hungarian Bahá’í Community ,
Interviews with Bahá’ís or Bahá’í related topics
Bilingual Bahá’í Writings (Hungarian-English)
Tool for translators: English-Hungarian Bahá’í Vocabulary
Bahá’í Writings online (Hold the mouse on the English flag for the English title)
Bahá’í books, DVD, videos and tapes in Hungarian (The English titles are after the English flags)
News from Hungary
Prominent Hungarians for Human Rights in Iran
“Prominent Hungarians for Human Rights in Iran” is a project to show solidarity to people in Iran who because of their beliefs, political views, journalistic integrity, defense of the rights of women and championing of human rights are being persecuted. See all subtitled videos with prominent Hungarians.
Second speech in the Hungarian Parliament (19 October 2010)
Ms. Ágnes Osztolykán MP again brought up the issue of the human rights of the Bahá’í Community in Iran. In the name of the government, Dr. János Fónagy, Parliamentary Secretary of the Ministry of National Development, “welcomed the news of halving the prison sentence to ten years, which was probably due to the pressure of the international community.” He upheld Hungary’s formerly expressed standpoint: “formerly expressed standpoint: “that only the immediate release of the leaders would be the correct end of the case.”that only the immediate release of the leaders would be the correct end of the case.” He assured the Iranian religious minority leaders of the support of the government, especially when Hungary will lead the rotating presidency of the European Union (January-June 2011). In this function Hungary will decide about the presidency going to Tehran. full article with automatic translation
Hungarian Parliament condemns persecution of Bahá’ís in Iran (12 October 2009)
Member of Parliament, Ms. Erzsébet Geberle spoke for the human rights of the Bahá’ís of Iran. She highlighted the imprisonment of the 7 Bahá’í leaders.
Vilmos Szabó, Senior State Secretary expressed the support of the government: (1) Hungary will continue co-sponsoring the resolution on the human rights of Iran that was initiated by Canada at the UN General Assembly; (2) Hungary that it is necessary to have observers at the trial of the Iranian Bahá’í leadership. full article with automatic translation
Otto von Habsburg looks back for his efforts for the human rights of the Bahá’ís in Iran
Otto von Habsburg remembers that it was worth raising up his voice in the European Parliament for the human rights of the Bahá’ís in Iran
Bilingual Bahá’í programs in Hungary
Hungarian Bahá’í Summer School: 9-14 August 2016 Leányfalu (26 km-s from Budapest) More information »
How to find the Bahá’í Centre in Budapest?
(Budapest, district V., Ferenciek tere 3., bell #27)
Ferenciek tere is a well-known place in the downtown (underground 2)
The centre is located near the crossing of Károlyi Mihály and Curia streets. find route
National Bahá’í Centre
1053 Budapest, Ferenciek tere 3.
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