The World Jewish Congress expressed worry over a rise in anti-Semitic attacks in Hungary and Europe.
Germany’s foreign minister has told a meeting of the World Jewish Congress to condemn all forms of anti-Semitism. Guido Westerwelle said that such hatred was not in keeping with the values that the EU was founded upon.
Edit, a teacher from Hungary, got in touch with Life Links on Facebook. When she fell in love with a Jewish man more than 10 years ago, she didn't know how deeply that would affect her family.
On the eve of a meeting of the World Jewish Congress in Budapest, far-right party Jobbik has accused Israel of buying Hungary up. Since entering parliament, it has hosted several such anti-Semitic protests (pictured).
Hungarians look set to return Prime Minister Viktor Orban to power for another four years. Sunday's parliamentary election is also expected to entrench the far-right Jobbik party as a third political force.