Quds Day is the Iranian holiday created by the late Ayatollah Khomeini on the last Friday of Ramadan to incite against and attack Israel.
It is not only celebrated in Iran but by Iranian proxies around the world from Toronto to London.
This year, the Iranian rallies are canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic. Head of the "Intifada and Quds Center" at Iran’s Islamic Propagation Coordination Council, General Ramezan Sharif, said this year’s Quds Day rallies won’t be held.
Instead, they will try to move it all online. "Supreme Leader" Ayatollah Khamenei will deliver a speech on May 22, and organizers are hoping that Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh "or another major figure of resistance" will come to Tehran to attend.
What a shame.