On Purim night, in a tweet exchange between Zionist entity prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Siamak Moreh Sedgh, 48, member Iranian Majlis (Parliament) representing 30,000-strong Jewish community – Sedgh called Netanyahu an Insane Vampire for saying that Iran seeks the annihilation of the Jews, just as ancient Persia did in the Purim story.
“Netanyahu is an insane vampire drowned in crimes from head to toe, and the recent remarks made by the racist Israeli prime minister is not surprising to me,” posted Sedgh.
Sedqh also said that in contradiction to Netanyahu’s statements against the Islamic Republic, antisemitism and racism have never been witnessed in the Iranian culture.
On Saturday night, the start of the Purim holiday, Netanyahu visited an Israeli synagogue, where he told children celebrating Purim that Iran seeks to kill the Jews just as the Persians did.
On Sunday, Iranian foreign minister Dr. Mohammed Javad Zarif tweeted in English: “To sell bigoted lies against a nation which has saved Jews three times, Netanyahu resorting to fake history and falsifying Torah as part of his lying nature.”
Last year, Sedqh told Kim Sengupta (Independent, UK):”Benjamin Netanyahu and the antisemites need each other: they supply each other with what they need – intolerance and hatred. It is an unspoken alliance which suits them, but it causes great harm to the rest of us.”
Canadian professor Yakov M. Rabkin (Université de Montréal) visited Iran last month. He debunks Zionist lies about the safety of Jewish community in Iran.
“I was invited to give academic lectures on the way Jewish law (Halakha) treats Islam and Muslims. Compared with other many other Jewish communities in today’s world, Iranian Jews seem safe. There are no guards at the entrances to synagogues and Jewish institutions, just as it used to be when I first came to know Jewish venues in Montreal, Baltimore and Paris. My memories, admittedly vague, of the synagogue in Leningrad during my youth do not include any image of guards, let alone armed soldiers who guard synagogues in major European cities,” he said.