Former Iranian Ambassador to Mexico and Australia Mohammad-Hassan Ghadiri-Abyaneh said that every year on Purim, the Zionists celebrate their killing of more than 70,000 Iranians. He made these remarks in an interview that aired on Channel 4 (Iran) on June 5, 2021. Ambassador Ghadiri-Abyaneh went on to say that the Germans opposed the Jews and decided to "get rid" of them because the Jews had robbed them. He also explained that Zionists seek "to rule from the Nile to the Euphrates," an area which, he said, spans the territory of 20 countries, and includes Mecca and Medina.
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"The Greatest Holocaust Took Place In Hiroshima And Nagasaki, And It Is Now Being Perpetrated By The Zionists In Palestine Against The Palestinians"
Mohammad-Hassan Ghadiri-Abyaneh: "Aren't we supposed to care about why there are massacres in Yemen, and why the Zionists slaughter the Palestinians and commit crimes? I was once asked whether I was a Holocaust denier. I said I was not. I confirm it [happened]. The greatest holocaust took place in Hiroshima and Nagasaki, and it is now being perpetrated by the Zionists in Palestine against the Palestinians.
"The slogan of the Zionist regime was, and still is: 'To rule from the Nile to the Euphrates.' Unfortunately, we did not print a map, and we cannot show the location of the territory from the Nile to the Euphrates that Israel – or rather, the Zionist regime – claim to own. I saw that it includes 20 countries or parts of them."
Interviewer: "Almost the entire Middle East..."
Ghadiri-Abyaneh: "With Mecca and Medina included.
"In the Zionist regime's flag, there are two blue stripes, with the Zionist star between them. Those two blue stripes symbolize the Nile and the Euphrates.
"Why Did They Oppose The Jews In Germany? ...The Jews Plundered The Germans"
"They have a celebration called Purim. Every year, they celebrate the killing of over 70,000 Iranians. If they could, they would have enslaved us too.
"Why did they oppose the Jews in Germany? After all, the Jews had no religious problem there. The reason was that the Jews plundered the Germans and they did it when the Germans were at their lowest point. This is why the Germans said: Let's get rid of them."