Toward a New Historiography
SPEND TEN MINUTES WITH AN IRANIAN Jew and he or she will not hesitate to tell you that Jewish existence in Iran goes back 2,700 years before the Islamic Republic appeared. Jews want to preserve this status in their homeland. “Jews here have great Iranian roots—they love Iran. Personally, I would stay in Iran no matter what. I speak in English, I pray in Hebrew, but my thinking is Persian,” says Siamak Moreh-Sedeq, the Jewish deputy in the Majlis and a prominent leader of the roughly twenty-five thousand Jews still living in Iran....
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