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Synagogues Of Tehran – OpEd

The beautiful synagogues of Tehran.

Listen to the tone of the prayer at the beginning of the clip. Hundreds of years of living in a Shiite country has had an impact on the way we recite them.

If you didn´t know Hebrew, you’d be forgiven for thinking that someone was reading the Koran.

Ahmadinejad and his ilk come and go, but the bond of the Jewish people with Iran will be eternal.

Iran and Israel will be friends again.

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About the Author

Meir Javedanfar
Meir Javedanfar has been described as “a respected, Iranian-born writer and analyst specializing in Israeli-Iranian relations” by TIME magazine; a prominent Iranian-Israeli analyst by The Daily Telegraph; “one of the best informed observers” by Asia Times; and as “one of the most objective analysts” by Negarkha, a leading reformist news blog based in Iran. Javedanfar runs the Middle East Analyst website, a subsidiary of The Middle East Economic and Political Analysis Company (meepas).

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