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Thousands rally against far right in Hungary

A defaced photo of Marton Gyongyosi, a leader of Hungary's far-right political party Jobbik, is seen on a placard during a demonstration against Nazism in front of the Parliament building in Budapest December 2, 2012. The rally was held after a Hungarian far-right opposition politician urged the government to draw up lists of Jews in Hungary's Parliament and government who pose a "national security risk", stirring outrage among Jewish leaders who saw echoes of fascist policies that led to the Holocaust. The government released a terse condemnation of the remarks. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo

A defaced photo of Marton Gyongyosi, a leader of Hungary's far-right political party Jobbik, is seen on a placard during a demonstration against Nazism in front of the Parliament building in Budapest December 2, 2012. The rally was held after a...more

A defaced photo of Marton Gyongyosi, a leader of Hungary's far-right political party Jobbik, is seen on a placard during a demonstration against Nazism in front of the Parliament building in Budapest December 2, 2012. The rally was held after a Hungarian far-right opposition politician urged the government to draw up lists of Jews in Hungary's Parliament and government who pose a "national security risk", stirring outrage among Jewish leaders who saw echoes of fascist policies that led to the Holocaust. The government released a terse condemnation of the remarks. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo
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A woman wears a yellow star during a demonstration against Nazism in front of the Parliament building in Budapest December 2, 2012. The rally was held after a Hungarian far-right opposition politician urged the government to draw up lists of Jews in Hungary's Parliament and government who pose a "national security risk", stirring outrage among Jewish leaders who saw echoes of fascist policies that led to the Holocaust. The government released a terse condemnation of the remarks. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo

A woman wears a yellow star during a demonstration against Nazism in front of the Parliament building in Budapest December 2, 2012. The rally was held after a Hungarian far-right opposition politician urged the government to draw up lists of Jews in...more

A woman wears a yellow star during a demonstration against Nazism in front of the Parliament building in Budapest December 2, 2012. The rally was held after a Hungarian far-right opposition politician urged the government to draw up lists of Jews in Hungary's Parliament and government who pose a "national security risk", stirring outrage among Jewish leaders who saw echoes of fascist policies that led to the Holocaust. The government released a terse condemnation of the remarks. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo
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Orthodox Jews attend a demonstration against Nazism in front of the Parliament building in Budapest December 2, 2012. The rally was held after a Hungarian far-right opposition politician urged the government to draw up lists of Jews in Hungary's Parliament and government who pose a "national security risk", stirring outrage among Jewish leaders who saw echoes of fascist policies that led to the Holocaust. The government released a terse condemnation of the remarks. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo

Orthodox Jews attend a demonstration against Nazism in front of the Parliament building in Budapest December 2, 2012. The rally was held after a Hungarian far-right opposition politician urged the government to draw up lists of Jews in Hungary's...more

Orthodox Jews attend a demonstration against Nazism in front of the Parliament building in Budapest December 2, 2012. The rally was held after a Hungarian far-right opposition politician urged the government to draw up lists of Jews in Hungary's Parliament and government who pose a "national security risk", stirring outrage among Jewish leaders who saw echoes of fascist policies that led to the Holocaust. The government released a terse condemnation of the remarks. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo
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Hungarians shout slogans during a demonstration against Nazism in front of the Parliament building in Budapest December 2, 2012. The rally was held after a Hungarian far-right opposition politician urged the government to draw up lists of Jews in Hungary's Parliament and government who pose a "national security risk", stirring outrage among Jewish leaders who saw echoes of fascist policies that led to the Holocaust. The government released a terse condemnation of the remarks. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo

Hungarians shout slogans during a demonstration against Nazism in front of the Parliament building in Budapest December 2, 2012. The rally was held after a Hungarian far-right opposition politician urged the government to draw up lists of Jews in...more

Hungarians shout slogans during a demonstration against Nazism in front of the Parliament building in Budapest December 2, 2012. The rally was held after a Hungarian far-right opposition politician urged the government to draw up lists of Jews in Hungary's Parliament and government who pose a "national security risk", stirring outrage among Jewish leaders who saw echoes of fascist policies that led to the Holocaust. The government released a terse condemnation of the remarks. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo
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Hungarians attend a demonstration against Nazism in front of the Parliament building in Budapest December 2, 2012. The rally was held after a Hungarian far-right opposition politician urged the government to draw up lists of Jews in Hungary's Parliament and government who pose a "national security risk", stirring outrage among Jewish leaders who saw echoes of fascist policies that led to the Holocaust. The government released a terse condemnation of the remarks. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo (HUNGARY - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)

Hungarians attend a demonstration against Nazism in front of the Parliament building in Budapest December 2, 2012. The rally was held after a Hungarian far-right opposition politician urged the government to draw up lists of Jews in Hungary's...more

Hungarians attend a demonstration against Nazism in front of the Parliament building in Budapest December 2, 2012. The rally was held after a Hungarian far-right opposition politician urged the government to draw up lists of Jews in Hungary's Parliament and government who pose a "national security risk", stirring outrage among Jewish leaders who saw echoes of fascist policies that led to the Holocaust. The government released a terse condemnation of the remarks. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo (HUNGARY - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
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Hungarians attend a demonstration against Nazism in front of the Parliament building in Budapest December 2, 2012. The rally was held after a Hungarian far-right opposition politician urged the government to draw up lists of Jews in Hungary's Parliament and government who pose a "national security risk", stirring outrage among Jewish leaders who saw echoes of fascist policies that led to the Holocaust. The government released a terse condemnation of the remarks. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo

Hungarians attend a demonstration against Nazism in front of the Parliament building in Budapest December 2, 2012. The rally was held after a Hungarian far-right opposition politician urged the government to draw up lists of Jews in Hungary's...more

Hungarians attend a demonstration against Nazism in front of the Parliament building in Budapest December 2, 2012. The rally was held after a Hungarian far-right opposition politician urged the government to draw up lists of Jews in Hungary's Parliament and government who pose a "national security risk", stirring outrage among Jewish leaders who saw echoes of fascist policies that led to the Holocaust. The government released a terse condemnation of the remarks. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo
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