I can’t say I really “have a rabbi” in the sense that I consult any rabbinic authority on matters in my life. Maybe I suffer for lack of rabbinic advice. Maybe I just haven’t found the right rabbi yet. (I guess I’ll add that to the “Eternal Quest” list.)
Well, if you’re Persian, and you want to ask a rabbi a question from your uniquely urgin’ for Persian perspective, now you’ve got a website of your own. The site’s founder, Eman Chayim Esmailzadeh, hopes it will be â€œa gateway for Iranian Jews to connect with religious leaders and their Jewish identity.â€ [via the Jewish Journal]
Want to learn more about the Persian community? Check out these articles in the new issue of PresenTense Magazine.