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Chabad Rabbi Responds To Attack on Talmud

Budapest, Hungary

When one of the most popular TV stations in Hungary recently aired an anti-Semitic interview that publicly attacked the Talmud, Rabbi Shlomo Kovesh, Chabad-Lubavitch emissary in Budapest, Hungary requested the opportunity to counter the false charges.

Kovesh appeared on TV and cogently refuted the false claims that the Talmud gives Jews a license to kill gentiles, reported Shturem.net.

A series of lectures now offered to more than 700 Jewish university students studying in Budapest, will further address and rebut the anti-Semitic tirade.

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