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Iranian Jewish Life in Los Angeles: Past and Present

Saba Soomekh, Author

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Rabbi Peer & Rabbi Loloyan: From Birth to Bar-Mitzvah to Wedding

“I wouldn’t be here if it wasn’t for the Persian Community, I really love them.” These are the words of both Rabbi Loloyan and Rabbi Peer as they expressed their gratitude to their Persian communities for their support. Both rabbis have expressed that they are fortunate enough to have a community who is always providing them with positive feedback and even providing financial assistance when they were just days away from having to close the doors. As the Persian community in both the valley and the city continues to grow the daily attendees at Chabad Persian Youth and Haichal Moshe continues to increase as well. With a bond tightened with true love and care for one another, both rabbis have been able to guide their community from the period a child is born through their most important years as teenager to even after their marriage.
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