Iranian Jews in Israel in Uncomfortable Position Over Possible Strike
CS Monitor – Amid the tense atmosphere between Israel and Iran this Passover season, many of Israel’s 250,000 citizens of Iranian descent are finding themselves in a complicated and uncomfortable position.
”I am from Tehran, it is my hometown. I know the Iranians love peace. But now I am afraid we won’t have another choice but to bomb the nuclear installations in Iran,” says Zion Shimoni, who sells spices – including Iranian black dried lemons brought through third countries – in this Persian mini-enclave of Tel Aviv.