Iranian ‘Quds Day’ rallies across the world to incite hate against Jews

Iranian ‘Quds Day’ rallies across the world to incite hate against Jews

Thousands of Iranians marched on Friday to mark ‘Quds Day’, a day Iran created as a platform for Muslim terror-sympathizers to incite violence and hate against Israel. During the rallies, thousands of Iranians chant “Death to Israel” and “Death to America” while burning Israeli and American flags.

Al-Quds is the Arabic name for Jerusalem, the eternal capital of Israel.

Terror sympathizers in Tehran and other cities flocked to main streets carrying banners with traditional slogans such as “Deth to Israel”, “Death to America” as well as “No to the deal of the century”, and calling for the genocide of the Jewish people.

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President Hassan Rouhani, who attended the rallies in Tehran, said Quds Day is “the day the confrontation of all Muslims with the world’s aggressors and the event’s message is that [the imaginary state of] Palestine will be alive forever and Jerusalem will remain for Muslims”.

Similar rallies were planned across the world, including in many Muslim countries as well as in Europe and America, to show solidarity with Muslim terrorism, against President Donald Trump, for the right to murder Jews and replace the State of Israel with Muslim population.

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