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Tristan Azbej (4 March 1979–) is a Hungarian politician.
- It is easier to be forthcoming with such an incredible majority behind us. Our colleagues certainly lack this, so for them, going against fashionable politically correct language is more difficult, that is for sure. In a situation like that we consider that it is our job to show the facts to the Western world, that often lacks information and at other times shows incredible hypocrisy.
- It Is Our Moral Duty to Help – Tristan Azbej to S4c. (23 May 2018)
- Hungary has been a Christian country for more than a thousand years. Europe was also created by Christian culture. Remembering it to is not a question of image, but of self-defense and humanitarian concern.
- Tristan Azbej: “Christianity is the most persecuted faith in the world” (21 December 2019)
- Suffering and persecution are not a competition, there cannot be a martyrdom race. We emphasize that Christianity is the most persecuted religion in the world because the numbers show it and we need to talk about it because the mere existence of the persecution of Christians is currently being debated in public discourse. So it’s not that we want to show Christianity as being in a martyr position, we just want to present the facts and we want the world to accept it.
- If it is provocation for the good cause and for saving hundreds of millions of lives, then so be it.
- The whole objective of our program is not only to save the persecuted Christian communities, but save them in their homeland, to save the Christians of the Middle East in the Middle East, which is the cradle of Christianity.
- It is the biggest human rights crisis of our time, and also the most silenced - silenced because it is too significant.