From the Associated Press:
Evangelical Christians in the U.S. have helped convince dozens of Iranian Jews to move to Israel in recent months, offering cash incentives and claiming that Iran's tiny Jewish community is in grave danger.
The International Fellowship of Christians and Jews, a charity that funnels millions of dollars in evangelical donations to Israel every year, is promising $10,000 to every Iranian Jew who comes to Israel, said the group's director, Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein. ...
Eckstein argued that calls by Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad for Israel's elimination, coupled with Iran's alleged nuclear weapons program, represent danger. "Is this not similar to the situation in Nazi Germany in the late '30s, where they (Jews) also felt they could weather the storm?"
No, it's not, Iran's Jewish community replied--also evidenced by the fact that "the IFCJ initially offered $5,000 per immigrant, but doubled the amount when response was lower than expected." Apparently Iranian Jews think that actually living in Iran gives them some kind of special insight into their own circumstances.