Allegations of tax fraud latest trial for Wesleyan pastor who has spoken out against Christian nationalism. The wounds from a friend may be faithful, but Hungarian prime minister Viktor Orbán has not forgiven his former pastor for criticizing him and says he will not, ever. “He called me a fascist,” Orbán toldThe Atlantic in 2019. “And that is the only thing for which I cannot forgive him.” The years-long conflict between the nationalist political leader and Hungarian Evangelical Fellowship pastor Gábor Iványi led to a federal raid on Monday, amid allegations of “large-scale budgetary fraud.” The evangelical association, which employs…