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Muslims to replace Jews as 2nd largest religion in US by 2040
Muslims are projected to replace Jews as America’s second-largest religious group after Christians by 2040, with their population likely to reach approximately 8 million in about 20 years, according to a new study.
Jews march in Beit-ul-Moqaddas against Israeli occupation
Thousands of mostly Jewish protesters have rallied in Beit-ul-Moqaddas to denounce 50 years of Israeli occupation of Palestinian territories.
Jews rally in Jerusalem al-Quds to condemn Israeli occupation
Thousands of mostly Jewish protesters have rallied in Jerusalem al-Quds to denounce 50 years of the Israeli occupation of Palestinian territories.
Trumps picks 11 Jews to serve in his administration
US President Donald Trump has given crucial roles to pro-Israel American Jews by appointing at least eleven influential members in his administration, reports say.
Poll: Most British Jews are against Israel policies towards Palestinians
According to a new poll, most of British Jews are against the policies of Israel towards the Palestinians.
President Rouhani wishes Jews happy Rosh Hashana
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani congratulated Jewish people around the world on the occasion of Rosh Hashana, the Jewish New Year, which started on Sunday evening.
Attacking Jews that back Iran accord ‘offends’ Obama
US President Barack Obama said he is offended by attacks against American Jews who have voiced support for a nuclear agreement between Iran and the global powers.
Active presence of Jews in Tehran Intl. Book Fair
Iranian Jews have had active presence in the international book fairs since 1979, enlightening on their religion Judaism.
Muslims in Norway demonstrate in solidarity with Jews
Nearly 1,000 Muslims in Norway have formed a human shield called the “Ring of Peace” outside the only active synagogue in the capital, Oslo, to demonstrate solidarity with Jews in the country.
Iranian Jews: It's our home and we plan to stay
Iranian Jews say Iran is their home and they plan to stay there, NPR said in a report released on Friday.
Jews from across Iran gather in Yazd for rituals
Thousands of Jewish families from all over Iran have convened in the central Iranian city of Yazd to perform a special pilgrimage, Press TV reported.
Jews find greater support at Rouhani's gov't.
More than a thousand people trekked across Iran this past week to visit a shrine in the ancient city of Yazd in center of Iran, a pilgrimage like many others in the Islamic Republic — until you notice men there wearing yarmulkes, AP reported.

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