Yeroshalmi, a scholar at Tel Aviv
University's Center for Iranian Studies, also disputed the Telegraph
article's findings that the "-jian" ending to the name specifically
showed the family had been practicing Jews.
"This ending is in no way sufficient to judge whether someone has a
Jewish background. Many Muslim surnames have the same ending," he was
quoted by The Guardian as saying.
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This has beenby Shah Ghollam on Tue Oct 06, 2009 07:50 AM PDT
one out of many stream of manufactured news disinforming the public recently. To name a few :
What puzzles me is the many Iranians who after having become familiar with this kind of monkey reporting for the past 30 years stil cannot reconize thetrap and fall into believeing all kinds of misinformation/disinformation. You don't believe me, read what people post here!
Such lack of judgements on Iranians abroad will cost Iran dearly in the name of Hurting IRI!