Hetek (magazine)

Hetek (Hungarian: Weekly) is a weekly pentecostalist news magazine published in Budapest, Hungary. The magazine has a conservative democratic political stance.[1]

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EditorSándor Németh
CategoriesNews magazine
PublisherOláh Printing Industrial Limited
FounderSándor Németh
Year founded1997; 25 years ago (1997)
Based inBudapest

History and profileEdit

Hetek was established by pastor Sándor Németh in 1997.[2][3][4] The magazine is published weekly on Fridays and is based in Budapest.[2][5] The magazine covers articles about politics, public life and religious issues[2] and has links to the Faith Church, a Pentecostal Christian sect headed by the founder.[4][6] Since 2009 the weekly has been published by the Oláh Printing Industrial Limited.[3]

One of the former editors-in-chief of Hetek is László Bartus, a church leader.[1]

Hetek has emphasized several times critics about Islam.[7]

The circulation of Hetek was 15,000 copies in 2010.[2]

See alsoEdit


  1. ^ a b Holly Folk (February 2017). "Field Note. Hit Gyülekezete. A Sectarian State Megachurch in Hungary". Nova Religio: The Journal of Alternative and Emergent Religions. 20 (3): 103. JSTOR 26418680.
  2. ^ a b c d "Hetek". Euro Topics. Retrieved 22 December 2014.
  3. ^ a b "István Szobota Hetek weekly news magazine". Oláh Nyomda. Retrieved 22 December 2014.
  4. ^ a b Tóth Katalin (January 2010). "Hetek Országos Közéleti Hetilap" (PDF). Diakkonferencia.
  5. ^ Michael J. Jordan (Fall 2010). "The Roots of Hate". World Policy Journal. 27 (3): 103. JSTOR 40964063.
  6. ^ James Kirchick (12 April 2012). "Meet Europe's New Fascists". Tablet Magazine. Retrieved 22 December 2014.
  7. ^ Esztella Csiszár (2015). "Hungary". In Oliver Scharbrodt; et al. (eds.). Yearbook of Muslims in Europe. Vol. 7. Leiden; Boston: BRILL. p. 304. ISBN 978-90-04-30890-9.

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