Thousands of Iranians chanted Death to America as they staged Thursday a mass protest against the Great Satan to mark the 31st anniversary of the capture of the American embassy by students. Tehran, meanwhile, welcomed Washingtons decision to list shadowy rebel group Jundallah as a foreign terrorist organisation, saying it was the rightmove, but reiterated its allegation that the US supports the Sunni network. Iran annually on November 4 marks the anniversary of the capture of the US embassy by students in Tehran in 1979, months after the Islamic revolution which toppled the US-backed shah. On Thursday, waving Iranian flags and carrying anti-US banners alongside posters of Irans supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, the largely young crowd also shouted anti-Israel slogans outside the now closed US embassy.