Hamedan’s Jewish Pilgrimage Site a Scene of Anti-Semitic Protest on Purim Day; Historical Controversies and Random Topics Mixed into Article

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

In Hamadan, Iran, on March 24th, a massive protest took place. Participants of the rally blamed Jews for the “Holocaust” of the Persian people. The event coincided with the Jewish holiday of Purim, and those in attendance waved Hezbollah and Palestine Liberation Organization flags while chanting anti-Israeli and anti-Semitic slogans. The videos from the event were widely shared on social media.

The tomb of Esther and Mordechai in Hamadan has been a significant pilgrimage site for Jews in Iran for centuries. However, the exact identity of those buried in the tomb remains uncertain, with some suggesting it may be Shoshandukht, the Jewish wife of Sasanian king Yazdegerd I. Another burial site for Esther and Mordechai is believed to be in Kfar Baram, Israel, near the Lebanon border.

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