Amichai Chikli: “Sánchez came to support the terrorists and offer them a state”

Israeli minister points out difference between Abascal's and Sanchez's visits to Israel

Sanchez's attack on Abascal this Thursday for his visit to Israel has already reached the government of that Middle Eastern country.

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The Minister of the Diaspora and his message about Sánchez and Abascal

Specifically, that attack has reached the ears of the Ministry of the Diaspora, which is in charge of the relationship between Israel and Jewish communities around the world, communities that are especially threatened by the wave of anti-Semitism unleashed in different countriesby the extreme left and Islamic extremism, mainly.

Last night at 22:40 CET, Diaspora Minister Amichai Chikli posted a message on Twitter in which he stated: "Two Spanish leaders arrived in Israel following the October 7 massacre." In the message he attached the photos of Santiago Abascal, leader of Vox (the third most voted party in Spain) and Pedro Sánchez, president of the coalition government formed by socialists and communists. Alberto Núñez Feijóo, president of the Popular Party, did not even visit Israel.

Amichai Chikli added that Abascal "came to support Israel in its fight against Jihadist terrorism.". Let us remember that the leader of Vox made that visit at the beginning of December. The Israeli minister added that Sánchez "came to support the terrorists and offer them a state."

Sánchez's incendiary attitude against Israel after the Hamas attack

I fully share the minister's opinion. In November, Sánchez made an insulting visit to Israel for which he received the gratitude of Hamas, after the criticism launched by the socialist leader against Israel for exercising its right to defend itself from the attack of that Palestinian terrorist group on October 7, 2023, perpetrating the largest massacre suffered by the Jewish people since the Holocaust.

Let us remember that with these infamous criticisms, Sánchez provoked a serious diplomatic crisis with Israel. Since then, the socialist leader seems determined to continue inflaming the relationship between both countries, going to the extreme of authorize a march called by a Palestinian terrorist group in Madrid, a group that celebrated and supported that anti-Jewish massacre perpetrated by Hamas and that has links to the PCE, the party of two ministers in Sánchez's government.

Abascal's support for Israel against Hamas terrorists

The attitude of the Vox leader was totally different. After visiting Kibbutz Nir Oz, one of the Jewish communities attacked by Hamas terrorists, Abascal stated:

The illegal government of the PSOE and Sánchez must apologize to the victims and the Israeli people for questioning the legitimate response of a democratic State against the murderers who kill, torture and behead civilians in their homes ; they rape and kidnap women; they kidnap children and the elderly; and that they use their own civilian population as human shields.

Completely ending Hamas, which embodies absolute evil, is a moral imperative. The government of Israel has our full support, affection and understanding.

Sánchez's propensity to do favors for terrorists

Instead of ending Hamas, Sánchez intends to support these terrorists having their own state, as if that were the solution to the conflict in the Middle East. Let us remember that Hamas terrorists have used their base in Gaza to constantly attack Israel in recent years, attacks directed against the civilian population in an attempt to sow terror among them. As he does with his partners in Spain, Sánchez seems to have an unhealthy propensity to do favors for terrorists, favors that no longer know borders and that are turning the government of Spain into the ally of the worst criminals, to the shame of millions of Spaniards.


Photo: Santiago Abascal.

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