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    • Rustam
    • 31.12.07 | 17:04 (IST)

    Of course I'm serious. I lived there. Now to your questions: "Why no country trust his jews that much? mean, why they dont let them stay as 100 % citizens ? THAT IS SICK." Well this is not quite true. The United States has been treating Jews equally. The same is true about India. There has never been any persecution of Jews in India. So the question has be redirected to you. Why is it that in today's world there is not a single Muslim country among the over 50 that treat their minorities as 100% citizens? "well, if I born somewhere and some of my rights cancelled by the states! I DONT STAY THAT NICE." That is true nowadays when although painfull it is possible for people to vote with their feet. The Jewish population of Iran is down to 25% of what it was in 1979 even with the natural growth. In comparison the Arab population in Israel is much larger than it was in 1948. This is even more true in the West Bank and Gaza.

    from the article: Endangering the Jews of Iran
    First published 00:00 31.12.07 | Last updated 00:00 31.12.07
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