Schätzungsweise 10 Juden leben heute noch in Iran. Sie fühlen sich, wie die Familie Musazadeh, keineswegs diskriminiert. Das hat vor. Biblische Zeiten[Bearbeiten | Quelltext bearbeiten]. Iranische Juden in der Stadt Hamadan, Der Beginn der Beziehungen zwischen Israel und dem Iran. Die Islamische Republik Iran hat sich nicht erst seit der Machtübernahme von Präsident Mahmud Ahmadinejad als das gegenüber dem Staat Israel feind-. <
Iranisch-israelische BeziehungenDoch obwohl es mit Israel im Zoff liegt, betonen iranische Politiker und Geistliche bei jeder Gelegenheit, dass nicht die Juden das Problem seien. Teheran (ParsToday/PressTV) - Der Oberrabbiner der jüdischen Gemeinde in Iran hat erklärt, dass iranische Juden im Gegensatz zu Europa in. Die Islamische Republik Iran hat sich nicht erst seit der Machtübernahme von Präsident Mahmud Ahmadinejad als das gegenüber dem Staat Israel feind-.
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In his view, the Bible, the parabiblical literature and the Jewish national history provide the base for a Jewish collective identity.
Although many of the ancient Jews were illiterate as were their neighbors , their national narrative was reinforced through public readings, a common practice in the ancient eastern Mediterranean area.
The Hebrew language also constructed and preserved national identity. Although it was not spoken by most of the Jews after the 5th century BCE, Goodblatt contends that:.
It is believed that Jewish nationalist sentiment in antiquity was encouraged because under foreign rule Persians, Greeks, Romans Jews were able to claim that they were an ancient nation.
This claim was based on the preservation and reverence of their scriptures, the Hebrew language, the Temple and priesthood, and other traditions of their ancestors.
Within the world's Jewish population there are distinct ethnic divisions, most of which are primarily the result of geographic branching from an originating Israelite population, and subsequent independent evolutions.
An array of Jewish communities was established by Jewish settlers in various places around the Old World , often at great distances from one another, resulting in effective and often long-term isolation.
During the millennia of the Jewish diaspora the communities would develop under the influence of their local environments: political , cultural , natural , and populational.
Today, manifestations of these differences among the Jews can be observed in Jewish cultural expressions of each community, including Jewish linguistic diversity , culinary preferences, liturgical practices, religious interpretations, as well as degrees and sources of genetic admixture.
Jews are often identified as belonging to one of two major groups: the Ashkenazim and the Sephardim. The more common term in Israel for many of those broadly called Sephardim, is Mizrahim lit.
The divisions between all these groups are approximate and their boundaries are not always clear. The Mizrahim for example, are a heterogeneous collection of North African , Central Asian , Caucasian , and Middle Eastern Jewish communities that are no closer related to each other than they are to any of the earlier mentioned Jewish groups.
In modern usage, however, the Mizrahim are sometimes termed Sephardi due to similar styles of liturgy, despite independent development from Sephardim proper.
Thus, among Mizrahim there are Egyptian Jews , Iraqi Jews , Lebanese Jews , Kurdish Jews , Moroccan Jews , Libyan Jews , Syrian Jews , Bukharian Jews , Mountain Jews , Georgian Jews , Iranian Jews , Afghan Jews , and various others.
The Teimanim from Yemen are sometimes included, although their style of liturgy is unique and they differ in respect to the admixture found among them to that found in Mizrahim.
In addition, there is a differentiation made between Sephardi migrants who established themselves in the Middle East and North Africa after the expulsion of the Jews from Spain and Portugal in the s and the pre-existing Jewish communities in those regions.
As a result of their emigration from Europe , Ashkenazim also represent the overwhelming majority of Jews in the New World continents, in countries such as the United States , Canada , Argentina , Australia , and Brazil.
In France , the immigration of Jews from Algeria Sephardim has led them to outnumber the Ashkenazim.
Y DNA studies tend to imply a small number of founders in an old population whose members parted and followed different migration paths. For example, Ashkenazi Jews share more common paternal lineages with other Jewish and Middle Eastern groups than with non-Jewish populations in areas where Jews lived in Eastern Europe , Germany and the French Rhine Valley.
This is consistent with Jewish traditions in placing most Jewish paternal origins in the region of the Middle East. Conversely, the maternal lineages of Jewish populations, studied by looking at mitochondrial DNA , are generally more heterogeneous.
The populations of Sephardi and Mizrahi Jewish communities "showed no evidence for a narrow founder effect. Reflecting on their findings related to the maternal origin of Ashkenazi Jews, the authors conclude "Clearly, the differences between Jews and non-Jews are far larger than those observed among the Jewish communities.
Hence, differences between the Jewish communities can be overlooked when non-Jews are included in the comparisons. Studies of autosomal DNA , which look at the entire DNA mixture, have become increasingly important as the technology develops.
They show that Jewish populations have tended to form relatively closely related groups in independent communities, with most in a community sharing significant ancestry in common.
According to Behar, the most parsimonious explanation for this shared Middle Eastern ancestry is that it is "consistent with the historical formulation of the Jewish people as descending from ancient Hebrew and Israelite residents of the Levant " and "the dispersion of the people of ancient Israel throughout the Old World ".
In the case of Ashkenazi and Sephardi Jews in particular Moroccan Jews , who are closely related, the source of non-Jewish admixture is mainly southern European , while Mizrahi Jews show evidence of admixture with other Middle Eastern populations.
Behar et al. The studies also show that persons of Sephardic Bnei Anusim origin those who are descendants of the " anusim " who were forced to convert to Catholicism throughout today's Iberia Spain and Portugal and Ibero-America Hispanic America and Brazil , estimated at up to The Bene Israel and Cochin Jews of India , Beta Israel of Ethiopia , and a portion of the Lemba people of Southern Africa , meanwhile, despite more closely resembling the local populations of their native countries, also have some more remote ancient Jewish descent.
Although historically, Jews have been found all over the world, in the decades since World War II and the establishment of Israel, they have increasingly concentrated in a small number of countries.
According to the Israel Central Bureau of Statistics there were 13,, Jews worldwide in , roughly 0. According to the estimates of The Jewish People Policy Planning Institute , the world's Jewish population is According to Sergio Della Pergola , a demographer of the Jewish population , in there were about 6.
Israel , the Jewish nation-state, is the only country in which Jews make up a majority of the citizens. One of Israel's Supreme Court judges is also an Arab citizen of Israel.
Between and , the Jewish population rose from , to two million. A trickle of immigrants from other communities has also arrived, including Indian Jews and others, as well as some descendants of Ashkenazi Holocaust survivors who had settled in countries such as the United States , Argentina , Australia , Chile , and South Africa.
Some Jews have emigrated from Israel elsewhere, because of economic problems or disillusionment with political conditions and the continuing Arab—Israeli conflict.
Jewish Israeli emigrants are known as yordim. The waves of immigration to the United States and elsewhere at the turn of the 19th century, the founding of Zionism and later events, including pogroms in Imperial Russia mostly within the Pale of Settlement in present-day Ukraine, Moldova, Belarus and Poland , the massacre of European Jewry during the Holocaust , and the founding of the state of Israel , with the subsequent Jewish exodus from Arab lands , all resulted in substantial shifts in the population centers of world Jewry by the end of the 20th century.
More than half of the Jews live in the Diaspora see Population table. Currently, the largest Jewish community outside Israel, and either the largest or second-largest Jewish community in the world, is located in the United States, with 5.
Elsewhere in the Americas, there are also large Jewish populations in Canada , , Argentina ,—, , and Brazil ,—, , and smaller populations in Mexico , Uruguay , Venezuela , Chile , Colombia and several other countries see History of the Jews in Latin America.
Currently, a major national Jewish population survey is planned to ascertain whether or not Israel has overtaken the United States in Jewish population.
Western Europe 's largest Jewish community, and the third-largest Jewish community in the world, can be found in France , home to between , and , Jews, the majority of whom are immigrants or refugees from North African countries such as Algeria , Morocco , and Tunisia or their descendants.
In Eastern Europe , the exact figures are difficult to establish. The number of Jews in Russia varies widely according to whether a source uses census data which requires a person to choose a single nationality among choices that include "Russian" and "Jewish" or eligibility for immigration to Israel which requires that a person have one or more Jewish grandparents.
According to the latter criteria, the heads of the Russian Jewish community assert that up to 1. Prior to , approximately , Jews were living in lands which now make up the Arab world excluding Israel.
A further , lived in Pahlavi Iran and the Republic of Turkey. Today, around 26, Jews live in Arab countries  and around 30, in Iran and Turkey.
A small-scale exodus had begun in many countries in the early decades of the 20th century, although the only substantial aliyah came from Yemen and Syria.
The peak of the exodus from Egypt occurred in The exodus in the Maghreb countries peaked in the s. Lebanon was the only Arab country to see a temporary increase in its Jewish population during this period, due to an influx of refugees from other Arab countries, although by the mids the Jewish community of Lebanon had also dwindled.
Outside Europe , the Americas , the Middle East , and the rest of Asia , there are significant Jewish populations in Australia , and South Africa 70, Since at least the time of the Ancient Greeks , a proportion of Jews have assimilated into the wider non-Jewish society around them, by either choice or force, ceasing to practice Judaism and losing their Jewish identity.
The result has been a growing trend of assimilation, as Jews marry non-Jewish spouses and stop participating in the Jewish community. The Jewish people and Judaism have experienced various persecutions throughout Jewish history.
During Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages the Roman Empire in its later phases known as the Byzantine Empire repeatedly repressed the Jewish population , first by ejecting them from their homelands during the pagan Roman era and later by officially establishing them as second-class citizens during the Christian Roman era.
Later in medieval Western Europe , further persecutions of Jews by Christians occurred, notably during the Crusades —when Jews all over Germany were massacred —and a series of expulsions from the Kingdom of England , Germany, France, and, in the largest expulsion of all , Spain and Portugal after the Reconquista the Catholic Reconquest of the Iberian Peninsula , where both unbaptized Sephardic Jews and the ruling Muslim Moors were expelled.
In the Papal States , which existed until , Jews were required to live only in specified neighborhoods called ghettos.
Islam and Judaism have a complex relationship. Traditionally Jews and Christians living in Muslim lands, known as dhimmis , were allowed to practice their religions and administer their internal affairs, but they were subject to certain conditions.
They had several social and legal disabilities such as prohibitions against bearing arms or giving testimony in courts in cases involving Muslims.
The one described by Bernard Lewis as "most degrading"  was the requirement of distinctive clothing , not found in the Quran or hadith but invented in early medieval Baghdad ; its enforcement was highly erratic.
Notable exceptions include the massacre of Jews and forcible conversion of some Jews by the rulers of the Almohad dynasty in Al-Andalus in the 12th century,  as well as in Islamic Persia ,  and the forced confinement of Moroccan Jews to walled quarters known as mellahs beginning from the 15th century and especially in the early 19th century.
Throughout history, many rulers, empires and nations have oppressed their Jewish populations or sought to eliminate them entirely.
Methods employed ranged from expulsion to outright genocide ; within nations, often the threat of these extreme methods was sufficient to silence dissent.
Legislation to remove the Jews from civil society was enacted years before the outbreak of World War II. Throughout Jewish history, Jews have repeatedly been directly or indirectly expelled from both their original homeland, the Land of Israel , and many of the areas in which they have settled.
This experience as refugees has shaped Jewish identity and religious practice in many ways, and is thus a major element of Jewish history.
Centuries later, Assyrian policy was to deport and displace conquered peoples, and it is estimated some 4,, among captive populations suffered this dislocation over 3 centuries of Assyrian rule.
Many Jews were exiled again by the Roman Empire. Over the course of the diaspora the center of Jewish life moved from Babylonia  to the Iberian Peninsula  to Poland  to the United States  and, as a result of Zionism , back to Israel.
Many of these Jews settled in Eastern Europe , especially Poland. The expelled Jews fled mainly to the Ottoman Empire , the Netherlands, and North Africa , others migrating to Southern Europe and the Middle East.
During the 19th century, France's policies of equal citizenship regardless of religion led to the immigration of Jews especially from Eastern and Central Europe.
Over two million Eastern European Jews arrived in the United States from to In summary, the pogroms in Eastern Europe,  the rise of modern antisemitism ,  the Holocaust,  and the rise of Arab nationalism  all served to fuel the movements and migrations of huge segments of Jewry from land to land and continent to continent, until they arrived back in large numbers at their original historical homeland in Israel.
In the latest phase of migrations, the Islamic Revolution of Iran caused many Iranian Jews to flee Iran. Most found refuge in the US particularly Los Angeles, California and Long Island, New York and Israel.
Smaller communities of Persian Jews exist in Canada and Western Europe. This produced a wave of migration to Israel in the early s.
Israel is the only country with a Jewish population that is consistently growing through natural population growth , although the Jewish populations of other countries, in Europe and North America, have recently increased through immigration.
In the Diaspora, in almost every country the Jewish population in general is either declining or steady, but Orthodox and Haredi Jewish communities, whose members often shun birth control for religious reasons, have experienced rapid population growth.
Orthodox and Conservative Judaism discourage proselytism to non-Jews, but many Jewish groups have tried to reach out to the assimilated Jewish communities of the Diaspora in order for them to reconnect to their Jewish roots.
Additionally, while in principle Reform Judaism favors seeking new members for the faith, this position has not translated into active proselytism, instead taking the form of an effort to reach out to non-Jewish spouses of intermarried couples.
There is also a trend of Orthodox movements reaching out to secular Jews in order to give them a stronger Jewish identity so there is less chance of intermarriage.
As a result of the efforts by these and other Jewish groups over the past 25 years, there has been a trend known as the Baal teshuva movement for secular Jews to become more religiously observant, though the demographic implications of the trend are unknown.
Jews have made many contributions to humanity in a broad and diverse range of fields, including the sciences, arts, politics, and business.
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Juden sind seit Jahren Teil der iranischen Geschichte. Der Kulturhistoriker Richard Foltz datiert die Ankunft der ersten Israeliten in Iran auf das Jahr vor unserer Zeit.
Foltz ist Professor an der Concordia University in Montreal, Kanada, und spezialisiert auf die Geschichte der iranischen Zivilisation. Jahrhundert vor unserer Zeit begannen die Israeliten also, in Iran zu siedeln und Teil der iranischen Kultur zu werden.
Sie wurden ein sehr wichtiger Akteur in den Handelsnetzwerken West-Asiens und des östlichen Mittelmeers und Iran war deren Mittelpunkt.
Richard Foltz ist überzeugt, dass die Begegnung mit der iranischen Zivilisation die Entwicklung des Judentums nachhaltig beeinflusst hat.
Denn in der multi-kulturellen und multi-religiösen iranischen Welt waren die Menschen im Dialog miteinander und tauschten auch Ideen aus.
Das gilt für Religionen, Traditionen, Essen, Kleidung, Musik und Literatur. Jede Religion, wo auch immer sie entstand, ob in Palästina oder Indien, kam durch Iran.
Sowohl beim Judentum, dem Christentum und auch dem Buddhismus können wir einen sehr starken Einfluss der iranischen Kultur im Laufe ihrer Entwicklung beobachten.
Ein Vergleich der Texte, die vor und nach dem babylonischen Exil verfasst wurden, zeigt markante Unterschiede, meint Richard Foltz. Die neuen Ideen in den späteren Texten sind als iranische Ideen identifizierbar.
Juden waren seit dem 8. Das wird zum Beispiel auch im Buch Esther deutlich. Das Buch Esther erzählt die Geschichte einer existenziellen Bedrohung der unter König Xerxes dem Ersten in Persien lebenden Israeliten.
In der Forschung ist man sich nicht einig darüber, ob das Buch einen historischen Kern hat oder vor allem als literarisches Kunstwerk zu lesen ist.
Das ist der Ahaschverosch, der von Hodu bis Kusch über Provinzen regierte. Damals erstreckte sich das Perserreich vom östlichen Balkan über Nordwestindien bis nach Ägypten.
Purim-Feier in Tel Aviv: Das fröhliche Fest erinnert Juden daran, dass Königin Esther sie einst vor dem Tod bewahrt hat. Und daraus erwächst für sie die Bedrohung.
Mordechai ist Ziehvater der jüdischen Königin Esther und hatte König Xerxes schon einmal vor einem Mordanschlag bewahrt. Als Mordechai sich allerdings weigert, vor Haman, dem höchsten Regierungsbeamten des Xerxes, niederzuknien, gerät Haman in Rage.
Er überzeugt Xerxes, ihm zu erlauben, alle im Perserreich lebenden Juden ermorden zu lassen. Als Mordechai Esther bittet, sich einzuschalten, gelingt es ihr, die Juden des Perserreiches vor dem Vernichtungsplan des Haman zu retten.
Vermutlich wollen sie sich einfach in Persien assimilieren und sich den Kräften im Königreich annähern, die das Sagen hatten.
Aber das jüdische Volk weckt Ängste und aus diesen Ängsten heraus erwächst bei Haman die Absicht, alle Juden auszulöschen. Das ist neu in der hebräischen Bibel, dem Tanach.
Bis zum Esther-Buch gibt es keine Absicht, das jüdische Volk zu vernichten. Das ist das erste Mal, dass es eine geordneten Vernichtungsplan gegen das jüdischen Volk gibt.
Maoz Kahana bewegt weniger die Frage der Historizität des Buches Esther als dessen identitätsstiftende Bedeutung im Judentum. Die Angst vor der Vernichtung bringt die Juden zu sich selbst zurück.
Etwas in ihnen erwacht. Sie entdecken ihre Berufung von neuem. Für Menschen, die mitten in einem Assimilierungsprozess stecken, ist das nicht leicht.
Die Juden leben einfach weiter im Reich der Perser und Meder, aber ihre innere Einheit ist erwacht. Uralte Pilgerstätte: Das Mausoleum von Esther und Mordechai in der nordiranischen Stadt Hamadan.
Sehr wahrscheinlich ist dies zwar nicht der historische Ort des Grabes der Perserkönigin und ihres Ziehvaters. Dennoch gilt das Mausoleum als heilige jüdische Pilgerstätte.
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Links AfterDowningStreet AntiWar. Iran Travel Resources Global Exchange The Guardian Irpedia Iran Doostan Lonely Planet Triphacker.The Jews are the only ones in Iran allowed to hold mixed celebrations for men and women, even if they do so in synagogues decorated with portraits of Khomeini. Jews, it is true, cannot hold senior government positions, and they are barred from visiting Israel. Such a visit would mean losing their Iranian citizenship. Bericht für ZDF Auslandsjournal am Format: wmv4 MB. Jews have had a continuous presence in Iran since the time of Cyrus the Great of the Achaemenid Empire. Cyrus invaded Babylon and freed the Jews from Babylonian captivity. Today, the vast majority of Persian Jews live in Israel and the United States, especially in Los Angeles, Beverly Hills, and on the North Shore of Long Island. Die jüdische Gemeinde Irans ist eine der ältesten jüdischen Gemeinden der Welt. Seit dem Niedergang des zweiten jüdischen Tempels vor mehr als Jahren le. While judenfrei refers merely to "freeing" an area of all of its Jewish inhabitants, the term judenrein (literally "clean of Jews") has the stronger connotation that any trace of Jewish blood had been removed as an alleged impurity in the minds of the criminal perpetrators.