IN PHOTOS: With Tehran Synagogue Doubling as Polling Station, Jews Vote in Iran Elections

Members of Tehran's Jewish community cast their votes in elections for the parliament and Assembly of Experts on Friday.

A Jewish Iranian woman casts her vote at a synagogue used as a polling station for the Jewish community in Tehran on February 26, 2016.
A Jewish Iranian woman casts her vote at a synagogue used as a polling station for the Jewish community in Tehran on February 26, 2016. Credit: AFP
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A Jewish Iranian casts his vote at a synagogue used as a polling station for the Jewish community in Tehran on February 26, 2016.
A Jewish Iranian casts his vote at a synagogue used as a polling station for the Jewish community in Tehran on February 26, 2016. Credit: AFP
A Jewish Iranian woman casts her vote at a synagogue used as a polling station for the Jewish community in Tehran on February 26, 2016.
A Jewish Iranian woman casts her vote at a synagogue used as a polling station for the Jewish community in Tehran on February 26, 2016. Credit: AFP
Jewish Iranians casts their vote at a synagogue used as a polling station for the Jewish community in Tehran on February 26, 2016.
Jewish Iranians casts their vote at a synagogue used as a polling station for the Jewish community in Tehran on February 26, 2016. Credit: AFP
Jewish Iranians casts their vote at a synagogue used as a polling station for the Jewish community in Tehran on February 26, 2016.
Jewish Iranians casts their vote at a synagogue used as a polling station for the Jewish community in Tehran on February 26, 2016. Credit: AFP
An Iranian Jewish woman casts her ballot at a synagogue used as a polling station, during elections for the parliament and Assembly of Experts, which has the power to appoint and dismiss the supreme leader, in Tehran February 26, 2016.
Jewish Iranians casts their vote at a synagogue used as a polling station for the Jewish community in Tehran on February 26, 2016. Credit: Reuters
An Iranian Jewish woman casts her ballot at a synagogue, used as a polling station, during elections for the parliament and Assembly of Experts, which has the power to appoint and dismiss the supreme leader, in Tehran February 26, 2016.
Jewish Iranians casts their vote at a synagogue used as a polling station for the Jewish community in Tehran on February 26, 2016.Credit: Reuters
A Jewish Iranian family displays their ink-stained fingers after casting their vote at a synagogue used as a polling station for the Jewish community in Tehran on February 26, 2016.
A Jewish Iranian family displays their ink-stained fingers after casting their vote at a synagogue used as a polling station for the Jewish community in Tehran on February 26, 2016. Credit: AFP
Iranian Jewish election officials rest at a synagogue, used as a polling station, during elections for the parliament and Assembly of Experts, which has the power to appoint and dismiss the supreme leader, in Tehran February 26, 2016.
Iranian Jewish election officials rest at a synagogue, used as a polling station, during elections for the parliament and Assembly of Experts, in Tehran February 26, 2016.Credit: Reuters
Iranian Jewish voters arrive to cast their ballots at a synagogue, used as a polling station, during elections for the parliament and Assembly of Experts, which has the power to appoint and dismiss the supreme leader, in Tehran February 26, 2016.
Iranian Jewish voters arrive to cast their ballots at a synagogue, used as a polling station, during elections for the parliament and Assembly of Experts, in Tehran February 26, 2016.Credit: Reuters
Iranian Jewish women leave a synagogue, used as a polling station, after casting their votes during elections for the parliament and Assembly of Experts, which has the power to appoint and dismiss the supreme leader, in Tehran February 26, 2016.
Iranian Jewish women leave a synagogue, used as a polling station, after casting their votes during elections for the parliament and Assembly of Experts, in Tehran February 26, 2016. Credit: Reuters

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