On March 18, Josh Jackman at UK’s Israeli propaganda site, Jewish Chronicle, put a Six Million Dollar question – Why it’s kosher to shout Death to America and Death to Israel – but not Death to Haman.
Jackman claimed that two Jew youth were arrested after spray painting Death to Haman on a building in Tehran ahead of Jewish religious holiday Purim.
I couldn’t find the news in Tehran newspapers, but it’s possible those two idiot thought Tehran is part of the West Bank where Jewish thugs deface or burn churches and mosques as part of price tag. But judging by Jackman lie about Iran’s Jewish population being 8,756, down from 25,000-30,000 illustrates how 271,301 dead Jews (as per International Red Cross report) became ‘six Million Died’ (watch below). Furthermore, under Iranian Constitution, 8,756 count, wouldn’t have entitled the Iranian Jewish community to have one ‘reserved seat’ in country’s Majlis (parliament).
Haman, president of Persian King Ahasuerus’ Royal Council, is the villain in Jewish Megillat Ester (Book of Esther). He is accused of killing Persian Jews as threat to the empire – but as usual, the Jews were too smart to trust fellow Persian. They, under the command of Queen Esther’s uncle Mordechai, pre-emptied the Holocaust by murdering 75,000 non-Jewish Persians (here).
In October 2012, then Israeli president Shimon Peres, a war criminal, called his Iranian counterpart Ahmadinejad, modern-day Haman.
On March 14, 2014, Dr. David Duke called Purim: A Festival of Hate.
Last year, Iran’s ‘moderate’ president Sheikh Rouhani sent a message of facilitation to Iran’s Jewish community on Purim holiday. In December 2014, Tehran municipality unveiled memorial in honor of Jews ‘martyred’ during 8-year Iraqi invasion of Iran.
Tehran has 13 active synagogues while Montreal city (prime minister Justin Trudeau birthplace and family home) with the largest Jewish community in Canada has only 7.
Jewish communities around the world will celebrate Purim on March 23-24 this year.
Jews in Vancouver (Canada) just completed the 4-week-long annual 16th Chutzpah! Festival on March 13, 2016.