Professor Miklós Maróth is a leading Hungarian conservative thinker. He is a university professor, a classical scholar, a scholar of Oriental studies, a member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, and the first dean of Matthias Corvinus Collegium, Hungary.
For his achievements, the Government of Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán awarded him with the highly respected National Széchenyi Prize in 2016, and he is the holder of numerous other scientific and state awards.
He has authored books on Islam and political theory and stands up against the ongoing Islamic conquest of the West and Europe.
In the video above, Professor Maróth speaks at a panel discussion held by the Hungarian Migration Research Institute on
11 February, 2016.