Iranian Jews

Iranian Jews

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Ethnic Groups In Iran - Iranian Jews
... Nehemiah, Chronicles, and Esther contain references to the life and experiences of Jews in Iran ... By various estimates, 10,800 Jews remain in Iran, mostly in Tehran, Isfahan, and Shiraz ... Historically, Jews maintained a presence in many more Iranian cities ...
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... Sardari was in charge of the Iranian consular office in Paris in 1941 ... There was a sizeable community of Iranian Jews in Paris when Adolf Hitler invaded and occupied the city ... Germany and Iran had an agreement which protected all Iranian citizens against German acts of aggression, Sardari was able to protect Iranian Jews, whose families had been ...
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... reforms, which greatly improved the life of Jews (Charles Recknagel and Azam Gorgin of Radio Free Europe) ... clergy was weakened, and the restrictions on Jews and other religious minorities were abolished ... Reza Shah prohibited mass conversion of Jews and eliminated the Shi'ite concept of ritual uncleanness of non-Muslims ...
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