About 2,500 Chinese Moslems chanting "Punish China's Rushdie" marched through Beijing Friday demanding two editors be imprisoned for publishing a book on the sexual habits of Moslems.

"These men must be jailed," said Li Jing, a Uighur Turk from the Central Academy of Nationalities and a leader of the protest. "If they disappeared from the face of the earth, we would be happy."The protest came a day after Iranian President Ali Khamenei told a news conference in Beijing that Iran still demands the execution of British author Salman Rushie, who is accused of blaspheming the Islamic religion in his book, "Satanic Verses."