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Jews Limited to 6% Total Student Population in Universities

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In Hungary, Jews are limited to just 6% of the total student population in the universities. This sort of "numerus clausus" is frequently imposed upon Jewish participation in various areas of society: universities, specific fields of business, and even a nation's economy in general.

The purpose of such restrictions is to limit how much economic or political power Jews can have, based on the premise that Jews are "foreign" — if they have too much power, then a nation loses control of its destiny to the whims of a foreign people.


Holocaust Survivor Testimonies: Deportation from Hungary

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