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Viktor Orban z wizytą w Izraelu (29)

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(180719) -- JERUSALEM, July 19, 2018 (Xinhua) -- Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (R) shakes hands with Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban during a joint press conference in Jerusalem, on July 19, 2018. Viktor Orban, known for his nationalist policies that have raised worries among Hungary's Jewish community, pledged "zero tolerance" for anti-Semitism on a visit to Israel Thursday. (Xinhua/JINI/Marc Israel Sellem) Xinhua News Agency / eyevine
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(180719) -- JERUSALEM, July 19, 2018 (Xinhua) -- Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (R) and Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban attend a joint press conference in Jerusalem, on July 19, 2018. Viktor Orban, known for his nationalist policies that have raised worries among Hungary's Jewish community, pledged "zero tolerance" for anti-Semitism on a visit to Israel Thursday. (Xinhua/JINI/Marc Israel Sellem) Xinhua News Agency / eyevine
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Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban touches the stones of the Western Wall, the holiest site where Jews can pray in Jerusalem's old city, Friday, July 20, 2018. (AP Photo/Sebastian Scheiner)
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Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban places a note between the stones of the Western Wall, the holiest site where Jews can pray in Jerusalem's old city, Friday, July 20, 2018. (AP Photo/Sebastian Scheiner)
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Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban visits the Western Wall in Jerusalem's Old City on July 20, 2018. The Hungarian Prime Minister pledged "zero tolerance" for anti-Semitism on July 19, 2018, during a controversial visit to Israel after facing accusations of stoking anti-Jewish sentiment back home.Orban and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu have found common cause in their right-wing views despite controversy surrounding the Hungarian leader's nationalist rhetoric. / AFP PHOTO / MENAHEM KAHANA
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Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban visits the Western Wall in Jerusalem's Old City on July 20, 2018. The Hungarian Prime Minister pledged "zero tolerance" for anti-Semitism on July 19, 2018, during a controversial visit to Israel after facing accusations of stoking anti-Jewish sentiment back home.Orban and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu have found common cause in their right-wing views despite controversy surrounding the Hungarian leader's nationalist rhetoric. / AFP PHOTO / MENAHEM KAHANA
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Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban places a paper note at the Western Wall in Jerusalem's Old City during his visit to Israel on July 20, 2018. The Hungarian Prime Minister pledged "zero tolerance" for anti-Semitism on July 19, 2018, during a controversial visit to Israel after facing accusations of stoking anti-Jewish sentiment back home.Orban and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu have found common cause in their right-wing views despite controversy surrounding the Hungarian leader's nationalist rhetoric. / AFP PHOTO / MENAHEM KAHANA
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Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban (C) visits the Western Wall in Jerusalem's Old City on July 20, 2018. The Hungarian Prime Minister pledged "zero tolerance" for anti-Semitism on July 19, 2018, during a controversial visit to Israel after facing accusations of stoking anti-Jewish sentiment back home.Orban and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu have found common cause in their right-wing views despite controversy surrounding the Hungarian leader's nationalist rhetoric. / AFP PHOTO / MENAHEM KAHANA
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Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban (C) flanked by his wife (L) and Rabbi of the Western Wall Shmuel Rabinovitch (R) listens to historical account of Jerusalem's Temple Mount during his visit to Israel on July 20, 2018. The Hungarian Prime Minister pledged "zero tolerance" for anti-Semitism on July 19, 2018, during a controversial visit to Israel after facing accusations of stoking anti-Jewish sentiment back home.Orban and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu have found common cause in their right-wing views despite controversy surrounding the Hungarian leader's nationalist rhetoric. / AFP PHOTO / MENAHEM KAHANA
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Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, left, speaks during a joint press conference with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, at the Prime Minister's office in Jerusalem, Thursday July 19, 2018. (Debbie Hill/Pool Photo via AP)
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Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, left is welcomed by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu upon his arrival, at the Prime Minister's office in Jerusalem, Thursday July 19, 2018. (Debbie Hill/Pool Photo via AP)
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Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, left, shakes hands with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, during a joint press conference at the Prime Minister's office in Jerusalem, Thursday July 19, 2018. (Debbie Hill/Pool Photo via AP)
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Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, left, speaks, during a joint press conference with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, at the Prime Minister's office in Jerusalem, Thursday July 19, 2018. (Debbie Hill/Pool Photo via AP)
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Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, left, shakes hands with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, during a joint press conference at the Prime Minister's office in Jerusalem, Thursday July 19, 2018. (Debbie Hill/Pool Photo via AP)
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Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, left, speaks during a joint press conference with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, at the Prime Minister's office in Jerusalem, Thursday July 19, 2018. (Debbie Hill/Pool Photo via AP)
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Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban (L) is greeted by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (R) on his arrival to the prime minister's office in Jerusalem, Israel, July 19, 2019. / AFP PHOTO / POOL / DEBBIE HILL
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Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban (L) and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (R) make joint statements at the prime minister's office in Jerusalem, Israel, July 19, 2019. / AFP PHOTO / POOL / DEBBIE HILL
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Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban speaks during a joint press conference with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, at the Prime Minister's office in Jerusalem, Thursday July 19, 2018. (Debbie Hill/Pool Photo via AP)
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Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, centre, and this wife Aniko Levai visit the Hall of Names at the Yad Vashem Holocaust Memorial in Jerusalem, Sunday, July 19, 2018. (AP Photo/Oded Balilty)
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Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, not seen, make joint statements at the prime minister's office in Jerusalem, Israel, July 19, 2019. / AFP PHOTO / POOL / DEBBIE HILL
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Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban looks at pictures of Jewish Holocaust victims at the Hall of Names on July 19, 2018 during his visit to the Yad Vashem Holocaust Memorial museum in Jerusalem commemorating the six million Jews killed by the German Nazis and their collaborators during World War II. Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban pledged "zero tolerance" for anti-Semitism on July 19 during a controversial visit to Israel after facing accusations of stoking anti-Jewish sentiment back home. / AFP PHOTO / GALI TIBBON
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Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban and his wife Aniko Levai (L) lay a wreath at the Hall of Remembrance on July 19, 2018 during their visit to the Yad Vashem Holocaust Memorial museum in Jerusalem commemorating the six million Jews killed by the German Nazis and their collaborators during World War II. Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban pledged "zero tolerance" for anti-Semitism on July 19 during a controversial visit to Israel after facing accusations of stoking anti-Jewish sentiment back home. / AFP PHOTO / GALI TIBBON
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Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban signs the guest book on July 19, 2018 during his visit to the Yad Vashem Holocaust Memorial museum in Jerusalem commemorating the six million Jews killed by the German Nazis and their collaborators during World War II. Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban pledged "zero tolerance" for anti-Semitism on July 19 during a controversial visit to Israel after facing accusations of stoking anti-Jewish sentiment back home. / AFP PHOTO / GALI TIBBON
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An Israeli protestor holds a sign reading "Shoah never again" in hungarian and hebrew as people block the road for the convoy of Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban on July 19, 2018 at the Yad Vashem Holocaust Memorial museum in Jerusalem commemorating the six million Jews killed by the German Nazis and their collaborators during World War II. Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban pledged "zero tolerance" for anti-Semitism on July 19 during a controversial visit to Israel after facing accusations of stoking anti-Jewish sentiment back home. / AFP PHOTO / GALI TIBBON
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An Israeli protestor holds a sign reading "Shoah never again" in hungarian and hebrew as people block the road for the convoy of Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban on July 19, 2018 at the Yad Vashem Holocaust Memorial museum in Jerusalem commemorating the six million Jews killed by the German Nazis and their collaborators during World War II. Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban pledged "zero tolerance" for anti-Semitism on July 19 during a controversial visit to Israel after facing accusations of stoking anti-Jewish sentiment back home. / AFP PHOTO / GALI TIBBON
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Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban rekindles the eternal flame during a memorial ceremony at the Yad Vashem Holocaust Memorial in Jerusalem, Sunday, July 19, 2018. (AP Photo/Oded Balilty)
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Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban center, his wife Aniko Levai and Director of the Yad Vashem Libraries Dr Robert Rozett attend a memorial ceremony at the Yad Vashem Holocaust Memorial in Jerusalem, Sunday, July 19, 2018. (AP Photo/Oded Balilty)
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Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban and his wife Aniko Levai during their visit at the Yad Vashem Holocaust Memorial in Jerusalem, Sunday, July 19, 2018. (AP Photo/Oded Balilty)
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Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban llays a wreath during a memorial ceremony at the Yad Vashem Holocaust Memorial in Jerusalem, Sunday, July 19, 2018. (AP Photo/Oded Balilty)
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