Jews could go live in Alaska - says President "Mad" of Iran.

Let Jews move to Europe or Alaska Millions of Iranians attended nationwide rallies in support of the Palestinians, while the country's hard-line President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said Israel's continued existence was an "insult to human dignity." "The creation, continued existence and unlimited (Western) support for this regime is an insult to human dignity," Ahmadinejad said. "The occupation of Palestine is not limited to one land. The Zionist issue is now a global issue." Ahmadinejad's remarks came as millions of Iranians held rallies across Iran to protest Israel's continued control of Jerusalem. The demonstrations for "Al-Quds Day" - Al-Quds is the Arabic name for Jerusalem - also spilled over into anti-American protests because of US support for Israel. In the capital Teheran, hundreds of thousands of people poured into the streets as they chanted "Death to America" and "Death to Israel." Some protesters also burned American and Israeli flags. State television reported similar large rallies in all other provincial capitals and smaller towns across Iran. President "Mad" said Europeans and Americans could give part of their own land in Europe or Alaska for a Jewish homeland. "I ask European governments supporting Zionists, and the American people; will you allow occupation of part of your land under a pretext and then talk about a two-state solution?," Ahmadinejad said after the rallies. Ahmadinejad said a "free referendum" was the solution to the Palestinian issue, saying Jews, Muslims and Christians as well as five million alleged "Palestinian refugees" should take part in a vote to determine their own fate. Ayatollah Mahould Hashemi Shahroudi, Iran's judiciary chief, said the rallies were "a good start for the destruction of the Zionist regime." Parliamentary speaker Gholam Ali Haddad Adel said the Israeli "occupation of Palestinian lands" was a "blatant oppression" and warned that the relationship between the Islamic world and the West won't improve as long as Palestinians are not allowed to determine their fate in a referendum. Since the Islamic revolution in 1979, Iran has observed the last Friday of the Islamic holy month of Ramadan as "Al-Quds Day," as a way of expressing support to the Palestinians and emphasizing the alleged importance of Jerusalem to Muslims. Jerusalem is the third holiest city in Islam after the Saudi Arabian cities of Mecca and Medina. Meanwhile, thousands of Gazans marched from Beit Lahiya to Jabalya to commemorate "Al-Quds Day." The protesters burned, Israeli, US and British flags. Also, on Israel's northern border, Hizbullah activists and Lebanese Shi'ites held an anti-Israel protest next to the border fence. Lebanese troops manned the rally and prevented the protesters from approaching the border. IDF troops in the North were instructed to raise their level of alert. This article can also be read at /servlet/Satellite?cid=1191257230393&pagename=JPost%2FJPArticle%2FShowFull Copyright 1995- 2007 The Jerusalem Post -


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