The Spanish socialist Govt twice aligned with Iran at the UN against Israel

After slandering Israel, Sánchez Govt expresses its 'condolences' for the Iranian dictator

The foreign policy of the coalition government of socialists and communists led by Pedro Sánchez continues to fuel the scandal.

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A statement published by the Spanish Embassy in Iran

Following the steps of the socialist Josep Borrell, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Spain has published an official statement expressing the "condolences" of the Sánchez government for the death of the Iranian dictator Ebrahim Raisi. The URL of the statement indicates yesterday's date, but it was released at 12:02 CET today by the official Twitter account of the Spanish Embassy in Iran. The message says the following:

"The Government of Spain conveys its condolences for the death, in a plane crash, of the president of the Islamic Republic of Iran and the Minister of Foreign Affairs, along with other members of his entourage.

"The Government extends its condolences to the relatives and relatives of the victims."

Here you can see a screenshot of that official statement:

As I already pointed out this morning, Raisi is responsible for the murder of tens of thousands of political prisoners. His regime is a known sponsor of terrorism, and Raisi himself justified the Hamas terrorist attack against Israel on October 7, 2023.

The Ministry did not publish any statement like that after the Hamas attack on Israel

Reviewing the list of communications from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs a curious thing is observed: this Ministry did not issue any statement of condolences to Israel on October 7, after that country suffered the serious terrorist attack by Hamas, in which was the largest massacre suffered by the Jewish people since the Holocaust. The first statement addressed to Israel from that Ministry was published nine days after the attack, and in it the Sánchez government rejected Israel's criticism of Spanish government ministers who were already slandering the Jewish State.

In 2020, the Sánchez government allowed itself to be taught by Iran on human rights

The relationship between Pedro Sánchez's government and the Iranian dictatorship is somewhat surprising for a country that calls itself democratic. In 2020, the Spanish socialist government allowed itself to be taught by Iran on human rights issues, accepting recommendations from that dictatorship on issues such as the eradication of hate speech, racism and intolerance, the promotion of women's rights, the protection of children, freedom of speech and the right of assembly. All this while the Tehran regime violates human rights, brutally discriminates against women and subjects children to detention and torture.

Sánchez's government has twice aligned with Iran in the UN against Israel

In September 2020, the Sánchez government joined its votes with the Iranian dictatorship against Israel at the UN, to condemn the Jewish State at the Human Rights Council for allegedly violating women's rights, all while the Iranian dictatorship subjects women to intolerable discrimination.

On October 29, 2023, the Sánchez government once again joined its votes with the Iranian dictatorship in the UN against Israel, to support a resolution promoted by allied regimes from Hamas terroristssuch as Russia, Turkey, Qatar and Venezuela and by communist dictatorships such as Cuba and North Korea, calling for an immediate truce in Gaza. The resolution did not expressly condemn the Hamas terrorist attack against Israel and omitted any reference to the more than 200 kidnapped by Hamas. Nor did it mention the civilian population of Israel attacked by Hamas.

The slander of members of the Sánchez government against Israel

All this takes place while Sanchez's government has been the only one in the European Union in which some of its members have slandered Israel, accusing it of "genocide", a very serious false accusation launched by regimes that support Hamas, including Iran, to cover up the crimes of that terrorist organization. In fact, the Sánchez government's attacks against Israel have taken the relationship between both countries to its worst moment, due to the position of the Spanish executive, which is typical of the most extremist left.


Photo: PSOE.

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