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Jewish Life in Iran

Posted by alanmirs on February 28, 2011

Jewish Life in Iran


By: Professor Harold Gellis

The forlorn sand-colored brick structure with the green dome in Hamadan is in danger.

 After having withstood waves of hostility for five centuries, it now needs a Divine miracle. It needs a miracle similar to the Divine miracle that took place here once before – two and a half millennia ago. Here in Shushan, now modern-day Hamadan, the Jews of Persia were saved by the Almighty from certain destruction. Now, it is the tomb of Mordechai and Esther, the protagonists of the Purim story, which faces possible destruction.

Iran: An old friend of the Jews

Clearly in this tale there are two gropes to blame, Israel government and students in Hamadan Iran  

The Israel government for their attack to Islam’s heritage, culture, history, and territory which are joint tenant, with Jews, Moslems, Christians, all alike

 And the other, young students, inexperience, and bias 

For centauries through out the history the natives lived together dominated by majority rule in harmony, and they respected each others heritage, related to one another through intercourse, association,  socializing and being part of it, as one family

Israel is not a Jewish state, and not because they are or are not Jews but because they don’t belong to the environment and while it is not like the new world, they don’t understand the heritage, culture, history of the land  

They formulate wrong decisions and make problems for other governments and nations

Local governments as Iranian government list the heritage to guard it but when troubled,  announce it to be a holy Moslem Shrine to protect it

 Iran: An old friend of the Jews


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