Islamists “commemorated” Purim in Iran with a protest at the tomb of Esther and Mordechai

Protests in Iran: Accusing Jews of orchestrating the Holocaust, and Historical Significance of Esther and Mordechai’s Tomb.

On March 24 in Hamadan, Iran, a mass protest took place, with participants accusing Jews of orchestrating the “Holocaust” of the Persian people. The rally coincided with the Jewish holiday of Purim and saw attendees waving Hezbollah and Palestine Liberation Organization flags while chanting anti-Israeli and anti-Semitic slogans. Videos of the event were widely shared on social media.

For centuries, the tomb of Esther and Mordechai in Hamadan has been an important pilgrimage site for Jews in Iran. While there is some debate over who is buried within its walls, many believe it may be Shoshandukht, the Jewish wife of Sasanian king Yazdegerd I. However, there is another believed burial site for these two figures in Kfar Baram, Israel, near the Lebanon border.

Aside from this historical significance, the article also features a mix of product reviews and information on various items such as the Traditions Vortek StrikerFire rifle, cooking utensils, outdoor showerheads, gaming communities and more. It seems to be a jumble of different topics and reviews perhaps intended for multiple audiences or purposes.

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