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17.11.2013. 12:24
u Azerbedjanu nema antisemitizma
 
‘Anti-Semitism is non-existent in Azerbaijan’


by: Yossi Lempkowicz Updated: 13/Nov/2013






A new synagogue was opened in Baku in 2003 thanks to the generosity of donors of various faiths, including Azerbaijani Muslims.


BRUSSELS (EJP)---‘’Unlike many other countries in the world, there is no discrimination, no social hostility and no organized manifestation of anti-Semitism in Azerbaijan,’’ says Willy Fautré, Chairman of Human Rights Without Frontiers(HRWF), a Brussels-based NGO promoting human rights and religious tolerance at the European Parliament and in other EU institutions.


‘’Jews started living in Azerbaijan more than 2,000 years ago and for about 1400 years as a minority in a Muslim environment. Throughout this period, they have been fully part of society regardless of the regime under which they lived. Seven communities have been registered by the state since the country’s independence in 1991,’’ Fautré told a conference Tuesday in the European parliament on Azerbaijan’s response to the question: ‘’Is Islam incompatible with the rights of non-Muslim minorities and secularism’’.



Za razliku od mnogih drugih zemalja  u svijetu ovdje nema diskriminacije, socijalne  netrpeljivosti  i nema organiziranih manifestacija antisemitizma u Azerbejđanu, rekao je Willy Fautre, predsjednik
organizacije "Human Rights Without Frontiers (HRWF) , koja je bazirana u Brusselsu. To je NGO koji promovira ljudska prava i religioznu toleranciju u EU Parlamentu i drugim institucijama. Fautre vodi misiju koja je posjetila "tucet" nemuslimanskih zajednica u Azerbejđanu, zemlji koja imaju populaciju Shi i Sunni Muslimana (96%). To je  sekularmna zemlja  u kojoj Islam, Kršćanstvo, Judaizam i drugi žive zajedno stoljećima u miru i harmoniju  i u kojoj islamske fundamentalne ideje nemaju uspjeha u tolerantnoj atmosferi u zemlji....


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The history of the Jews in Azerbaijan dates back to the Antiquity. About 10,000 Jews live in the country today within three major communities: the Mountain Jews, European (Ashkenazi Jews) and Georgian Jews. They mainly reside in the cities of Baku, Sumgait, Guba, Oguz, Gochay and Krasnaya Sloboda, the only town in the country where Jews constitute the majority of the inhabitants.

A new synagogue was opened in Baku in 2003 thanks to the generosity of donors of various faiths, including Azerbaijani Muslims and in the same year a first Jewish school was granted a state teaching license.

During the conference, Moisey Bekker, a representative of the religious community of Georgian Jews in Azerbaijan, confirmed the traditionally strong ties between the Jewish community and the country. ‘’Even during the Soviet era, Jews have not suffered from discrimination but were even protected by the Azeri,’’ he said.

Bekker further gave the specific example of Krasnaya Sloboda, also called the “Red Town”, were approximately 4,000 Mountain Jews live. ...

  

 

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