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Admin23.08.2021

Who was Mordecai in the Bible? 5 Things We Can Learn From Him

Until 1970, the shrine was hidden away in a crowded part of Hamadan, surrounded by houses, and only accessible via a narrow dirt alley.
Admin30.07.2021

Tomb of Esther and Mordechai

For Iranian Jews and Muslims, however, the tomb has for centuries been venerated as a holy site.
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Admin07.09.2021

Are Esther and Mordechai Buried in This Iranian Tomb?

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Admin18.08.2021

Who Was Esther in the Bible?

But Mordecai would not bow or pay homage.
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Admin17.08.2021

tradition

[2] In some cases this still happens in modern times.
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Admin31.07.2021

Esther 7 NKJV

In addition to the tomb-purchasing initiative, the Jewish community also planned to build a vocational school named after Cyrus the Great, as well as a hospital.
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Admin13.06.2021

Who Was Esther in the Bible?

' This view has been followed by G[reek text], and has found wide acceptance in the Targums, Midrashes, and comm[entaries].
Admin03.09.2021

Tomb of Esther and Mordechai

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Admin07.07.2021

This is Our Time

The subterranean chapel has a skylight in the shape of a Star of David that can be seen in , quite possible making the Islamic Republic in Iran home to the only Jewish star visible from space.
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Admin01.09.2021

Tomb of Esther and Mordechai at Hamadan, Iran

In 1970 there were more than 100,000 Jews in the country.
Admin24.07.2021

Holy Jewish site of Esther and Mordechai set ablaze in Iran

In 2010, the Iranian government added the site to their National Heritage list, thereby putting it under government protection.
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Admin29.06.2021

How Iran’s Jewish community purchased the tomb of Esther and Mordechai

The first detailed accounts in the historical record are from Christian tourists in the 1800s and early 1900s.