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Chief among his research achievements was the discovery in of a wild poppy flower indigenous to Persia interview conducted by author with Iraj Lalehzari in January Its existence and problems , Jerusalem, As was the case with musicians, Muslim instrument makers also played a very prominent role in this craft alongside their Jewish compatriots, but the available statistics suggest that there were a disproportionately large number of Jews represented in this field:
According to Levy p. Those who converted to Christianity were, for the most part, young men who received their education in the school of the American Mission. Since restrictions based on impurity were not imposed on Christians and Bahais, many Jews proselytized in order to evade the humiliating discrimination, marginalization, confinement, and disenfranchisement that ensued from issues of impurity With this said, it is worth examining why the Bahai faith in particular was able to attract the Jews more than Christianity, especially given that the Bahais were also subject to persecution by the Muslim majority.
One possible hypothesis for this dynamic could be the fact that Bahaism offered itself as a sort of ideological melting-pot indigenous to Persia. That is to say, since Bahaism had originated in Persia and furthermore defined itself as a non-exclusionary faith and the culmination of all other religions, it potentially provided all Persian citizens with an ideological meeting ground that maintained many of the essential characteristics of a cultural, social, and national identity in all senses of the word without the majority of the ethnic, tribal, or religious differentials.
Bahaism thus offered the hope of assimilation to a severely marginalized subculture, without threatening to strip the converts of their more primary socio-cultural identity and ideological heritage. Christianity and Zoroastrianism could not offer the same hope. In its first year, the school registered girls and boys ranging in age from seven to twenty-two Cohen, p. It was the first Alliance school in Persia to have a school for girls.
All students had to wear a school uniform based on European clothing. The oldest was a small prayer room located in the shrine of Esther and Mordechai q. It had a capacity of 20 to 30 people.
The sanctuary was split into two levels. The second level or the balcony held people and was allocated to women. It possessed ten Torah scrolls. Shokrollah Baravarian, interview, 28 April and 15 May Houshang Delshad, interview, 6 May Jean During, La Musique iranienne: Nejatollah Haghani, interview 16 May Shahpour Javanizadeh, interview, 21 and 28 March Iraj Khademi, interview, 30 March Gina Nahai, communications with author, 5 May Jalal Nowbandegani, interview, 25 March Nimtadj Nowbandegani Rafailzadeh, interview, 28 March Zoleikha Omidvar, interview, 10 May Jahanbakhsh Pazoki, interview, 18 May For about 40 days Jews were afraid to leave their Mahalleh.
The intervention of the central government together with the British consulate prevented a brutal massacre BAIU18,48; Levy, — Levy points out that during this time, about 30 Jews from the community's elite in Hamadan were forced to convert to Islam.
Yehudah Kopeliovitz Almog visited Iran in Abraham Jacob Brawer visited Iran in and during his visit to Hamadan, he was given an estimated number of 8, Jews out of a total population ofThe conversion movement was only halted 12 years ago during the new regime [of Reza Shah]. This figure decreased to 3, inon the eve of the independence of Israel Landshut, It was reported that about 15 individual Jews lived in Hamadan at the end of the 20 th century. Brawer, " Mi-Parashat Mass'otay be-Paras ," in: Sinai1—21—38; Y. Using curvature power to map the domain of inverse micellar cubic phases: Effects of solid fraction on droplet wetting and vapor condensation: Electron transfer processes in ferrocene-modified poly ethylene glycol monolayers on electrodes.
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