1st Hungarian prayerbook offered

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The previous siddur, which was published in 1934, contained language that would be obscure to most contemporary Hungarian Jews, who number between 80,000 and 100,000, he said.

Oberlander, who teaches Jewish law at Budapest University, said the new book will be available in bookstores and school libraries.