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        Dispute over the use of a Christian banner

        Monday, August 27th, 2018

        Liberal and left-wing columnists criticize the government for displaying a flag depicting a cross on the Parliament building on August 20. Conservative commentators, on the other hand, find the critics of the flag paranoid and their comments absurd. READ MORE

        Lessons of the Charlie Hebdo attack

        Monday, January 12th, 2015

        Commentators across the political spectrum try to assess the long-term consequences of the Charlie Hebdo massacre. Among other issues, they dispute whether free speech can or should ever be constrained in order to protect religious sensibilities and avert fundamentalist violence. READ MORE

        The Charlie Hebdo terrorist attack

        Friday, January 9th, 2015

        Left-wing journalists contend that the Charlie Hebdo murders should be interpreted as an act against free speech. A conservative columnist suggests that journalists should show more caution and abstain from provoking radicals through publishing tasteless content that can be interpreted as blasphemy. READ MORE

        Police conduct at Budapest Pride criticized

        Thursday, July 10th, 2014

        Conservative and liberal bloggers alike criticize the way the police secured the fringes of Saturday’s Budapest Pride march and their leniency towards radical counter-demonstrators. READ MORE

        Easter ruminations about the state of Christianity in Europe

        Monday, April 9th, 2012

        Right-wing commentators in Hungary this Easter alert their readers to the possible consequences of denying Europe’s Christian roots. They fear that without basic Christian values, naked materialism will prevail, and qualities like solidarity, basic human kindness and morality will suffer throughout the secularized continent. READ MORE