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The Jews of Iran have an incredibly long history that begins over 2,400 years ago and continues through today . . .
The untold story of Chabad’s efforts to save eighteen hundred Jewish children during the height of the Islamic revolution in Iran.
Forty years after the Iranian Revolution, recalling an unlikely and unheralded story
It was a cold day in the spring of 1979 when 13-year-old Anna Monahemi arrived at John F. Kennedy Airport in New York. She came with a group of 40 Jewish girls—all of them from Iran, each of them alone. Her parents, like those of the other girls, had quie...
Shlomo Shamir is a journalist and political analyst. He was the New York correspondent for the Israeli daily, Haaretz, for over thirty-five years, and a long time columnist for the Algemeiner Journal. He met and corresponded with the Rebbe on numerous occ...
Parshat Tzav
In 1979, life changed for Iranian Jews. Amid the chaos of the Revolution, the Rebbe rescued several thousand Jewish youth. Danny Yiftach was one of those children.
My mother told me that I could set my goals as high as I chose and that I could accomplish anything, but I knew that my freedom was limited
The ‘Lion of Judah’ is an emblem among Jews almost as common as the Jewish Star.
The ‘Lion of Judah’ is an emblem among Jews almost as common as the Jewish Star.
Finding the middle ground between military force and pacific diplomacy
By the Grace of G-d Erev Purim, 5741 Brooklyn, N.Y. To All Participants in the Chanukat Habayit of the New Synagogue "The Persian Jewish Center of Brooklyn" Greeting and Blessing: I was very pleased to be informed of the Chanukat Habayit of the New Synago...
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