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Fareed speaks with Ciamak Morsadegh, the only Jewish member of parliament in Iran.
Do you feel, as a Jew in Iran, do you feel persecuted in any way?
Of course. Being a Jewish minority in a religious country has some problems. But after the revolution, step by step, our problems are being solved. Today, our condition is better than yesterday. And today, our condition is much better than 10 years or 20 years ago.
Are you allowed to worship freely, go to synagogue, observe religious days and occasions?
For religious freedom, Iran is one of the most free countries. You can go to synagogue. We can have our ceremonies. We have kosher butchery. In Tehran, there is more than 10 kosher butcheries, five kosher restaurants. We have our specific school. There is today more than five Jewish schools in Tehran, and our children are completely free to go to Jewish school or public school.