BIBI Netanyahu congratulates Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán on his reelection AND invites him to visit Israel.
The same Orbán who enacted into the current Hungarian constitution that specifies the regime of Regent Admiral Miklós Horthy as the one that was and still is the embodiment of Hungarian independence, statehood and its Christian civilization.
The same Horthy who was in charge of the enactment and enforcement over several decades of an avalanche so-called Jewish laws which discriminated against, then disenfranchised, persecuted, robbed, eventually isolated in ghettos and removed from the body of the nation Hungary’s Jews, then stood by quietly while half a million of them were shipped off to Auschwitz in just a few weeks. Including every member of my family outside the capital city of Budapest. None have returned from there.
This is the man, Orbán, who will be welcomed with open arms by Bibi and his cohorts, feted like a hero and a mate and will no doubt stroll through Yad Vashem with the requisite sanctimonious look on his face.
Yep, indeed, you can tell a man by his friends. Netanyahu is no exception.
Way back in June 1967, I rushed into the Zionist Federation office in Sydney, Australia, to volunteer my services during the Six Day War, hoping to help in any small way I can.
Half a century later, I can only wonder what sort of a country will our Israel become?