Hungary’s leader calls for Christian-Muslim unity

On Sunday, the Zionist-Jewish world was overjoyed for being called “big brothers of the Church” by the kosher Pope Francis. At the same time the so-called “Jew hater”, Gabor Vona, president of Hungary’s White nationalist opposition party Jobbik was in Turkey, calling for Christian-Muslim unity.

Speaking at the Sakarya University in Turkey, Vona said that Turkey and Hungary are sister nations. He also stressed that neither religion nor earlier historical conflicts can interfere with the task of carrying both the European and the Asian point of views. We need to develop closer ties with Turkey that go far beyond diplomatic and commercial relations.

I didn’t come here to talk to you about the transitory subject of diplomatic and economic relations, others will do that on behalf of me, I came here to meet my brothers and sisters, to offer a fraternal alliance and bring you the good news: Hungarians are awakening. Our common mission and the universal task of Turanism are to build bridges between East and West, between Muslims and Christians, to be able to fight together for a better world – to show to the world that Christians and Muslims are not enemies but brothers and sisters. No one can accomplish this mission more effectively than Hungarians and Turks because we are connected by common blood,” said Vona.

Vona, is depicted as the “far right” and “Israel-hater” by the western Islamophobes and Jewish controlled mainstream media for “good reasons”. Hungarian Gabor Vona and Geert Wilders are both anti-colored immigration, but politically and culturally far apart. While, Wilders considers Israel as defender of “Western Values” – Vona believes Islam as “the last bastion of mankind’s traditional culture”

Vona, a Roman Catholic, in his book ‘Born on August 20’, says: “If Islam fails, then almost all light will vanish, and there will be nothing to counter the darkness of globalism, and then history will truly end.”

In the book he also says that “Israel has nothing to do with Judaism, and neither has America with Christianity. From this point of view the traditional Muslim society, that reveres Mary as a Saint and sees Jesus as a prophet, stands much more close to Christianity than America and Israel with their continuous wars to maintain their hegemony and calm their thirst for booty.”

Ahead of April 2010 elections, Hungary’s Jewish lobby groups had accused Vona having ties with Iranian president Dr. Ahmadinejad and that if he became prime minister of the country, he will invite Iranian Revolutionary Guards to hold joint military drills with Hungarian Guards.

Jews were expelled from Hungary in 1349 – but were allowed to return in 1364. In 1494, 16 Jews were burned at the stake in Tyrnau for sacrifying Christian children as part of Jewish rituals (Blood Libel). In 1541, Hungary became part of Ottoman empire. According to the ‘Jewish Virtual Library’ site: “The Jews were treated well under the Ottoman regime. However, in the late 17th century when the Hapsburgs captured Hungary, the anti-Semitism grew with the expulsions of Jews from cities“. Read more here.

Hungarian tribes learned about Muslims through wars with Tatar leader Batu Khan – over three centuries before Turk Sultan Suleiman, the Magnificient, defeated Hungarian army on August 29, 1526. Ottoman Turkey ruled Hungary for nearly 150 years. Read the Turkic-Hungarian history here.

Nation’s capital, Budapest, has a small Muslim community. There are a few masaajid and prayer rooms in the city. The Dar Al Salam Masjid is the most prominent masjid in the city. The Masjid Taubah and the Budapest Masjid are the other masaajid in the city. The shrine of the Turkish saint Gul Baba Turbeje, Sultan Suleiman’s companion and famous Ottoman poet, is located in the city. There are a few halal restaurants in Budapest where you can find Turkish, Pakistani, Persian and Middle Eastern cuisine.

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