"So how can the followers of Moses possibly destroy the homes of people over their heads in their homeland to take, and to kill, actually, an infant that is feeding in the arms of a mother?
These Zionists, I want to tell you, are not Jews."
Thus spoke Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, the lunatic currently leading Iran. (How crazy is he? I'd say crazier than at least three barrels of monkeys. Even Agudah-centric institutions took time off from the study of Torah to stand outside the UN alongside Young Israel Jews and other lower caste Hebrews for yesterday's ritual denouncing.)
"Zionists are not Jews." That has long been the rallying cry of the Naturei Karta, and other assorted Satmar sub-groups. They carry it on their placards when they march in protest of Israeli politicians, and I suppose they must also whisper it lovingly into the ears of terrorist leaders like Yasser Arafat.
Here's a question for the Satmar Hasidim in the audience: How does it feel to be quoted by the President of Iran? Are you proud? Did you shriek "Shkoach!" when you saw his remarks on the Daily Show last night?