He defended Israel's right to defend itself and condemned Hamas terrorism

Javier Ortega Smith's resounding statement expressing Vox's support for the people of Israel

In a time when other politicians and other parties exhibit all kinds of lukewarmness and miserable attitudes, there are words that deserve applause.

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Today a minute of silence was held in Madrid for the victims of terrorist attack of Hamas against Israel, an attack that has left scenes as horrific as those in Kfar Aza, where the terrorists murdered 40 babies and small children, some of them decapitated. Horrendous crimes that are added to a multitude of murders, torture, kidnappings and rapes of unarmed civilians by Hamas terrorists.

Representatives of all parties have participated in this minute of silence, with the exception of the far-left party Más Madrid, which has not attended the rally, exhibiting the same miserable attitude that other far-left parties have been expressing.

The deputy and vice president of Vox Javier Ortega Smith was present in the minute of silence, accompanied by other members of his party, such as the deputy and councilor Carla Toscano and the councilors Fernando Martínez Vidal and Ignacio Ansaldo. Ortega Smith was emphatic in expressing Vox's support for Israel and its right to self-defense and his condemnation of Hamas terrorism, as can be seen in this video that includes his statement (the video is in Spanish, you can activate the automatic subtitles in English in the bottom bar of the player):

The Spanish government should take note. This really is condemning terrorism without lukewarmness or equidistance. Congratulations to Javier Ortega and Vox.


Photos: Grupo Municipal de Vox en el Ayuntamiento de Madrid.

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