None of these six leaders condemned the Hamas terrorist attack on Israel

The six Islamic leaders in this photo with Sánchez and the things their regimes do

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Yesterday, in his first parliamentary intervention after becoming public the accusation of his wife for corruption, Sánchez attacked the president of Argentina and the prime minister of Israel calling them "far-right". He did not even mention Javier Milei by name, but instead referred to him as "the one with the chainsaw." A day before, the PSOE insulted the Prime Minister of Italy by calling her a "fascist". Some attacks with which Sánchez tries to cover up his wife's scandal and which are very typical of an autocrat who feels more comfortable with communist totalitarians and with the heirs of ETA than with center-right democrats.

I don't know what definition Sánchez has of the "far-right", although his party basically calls everyone who is not left-wing that way. The Spanish left has been labeling liberalism, the defense of life, freedom of education, linguistic freedom and our borders as "far-right". Things change if we talk about Islam. The Spanish left never calls Islam or Islamic regimes "far-right", despite their discriminatory treatment of women, homosexuals and religious minorities.

... and smiling photo of Sánchez with leaders of Islamic dictatorships

The funniest thing is that yesterday Sánchez also met at the Moncloa Palace with the Arab-Islamic Ministerial Committee on Gaza, formed by the Arab League, organization that did not condemn the terrorist attack of Hamas to Israel and blamed the attacked country. This has been the company that Sánchez and his Foreign Minister, José Manuel Albares, chose to take the photo that heads these lines. To get an idea of ​​what happens in these Islamic regimes, mostly dictatorships, it is enough to review who are those who appear in the photo:

Mohammed bin Abdulrahman Al Thani 🇶🇦

Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of Qatar. It's the man in the dark blue suit and light blue tie on the left. Their country is an absolute monarchy: political parties are prohibited and there are no free elections. He is ranked 111th out of 167 in The Economist Democracy Index as an authoritarian regime. The monarch is Emir Tamim Bin Hamad Al Thani. The coincidence of surnames is not coincidental: the minister is part of the royal family, the so-called House of Thani. Khalid Bin Thani Bin Abdullah Al Than, major shareholder of Grupo PRISA (owner of two media outlets related to the Sánchez government, the socialist newspaper El País and the socialist radio station Cadena SER), also belongs to that family.

Qatar appears on the list of the 50 countries that most persecute Christians, with number 40. Furthermore, in that Islamic country, women suffer all kinds of discrimination in Qatar, homosexuality is punishable by prison and blasphemy is punishable by death. As if all of the above were not enough, Qatar is the main foreign support of the Hamas terrorists along with Iran and Turkey. Qatar did not condemn the Hamas terrorist attack on Israel and blamed the attacked country.

Faisal bin Farhan Al Saud 🇸🇦

Minister of Foreign Affairs of Saudi Arabia. He is the man in the brown cape who is to the right of Sánchez. His country is an absolute monarchy. It is ranked 150th out of 167 in the The Economist Democracy Index as an authoritarian regime. Faisal belongs to the Saudi royal family. It is the 13th country that most persecutes Christians in the world. There, women suffer all kinds of discrimination and homosexuality is punishable by prison.

Faisal has maintained a calculatedly ambiguous position after the Hamas terrorist attack against Istael. However, on the day of the attack it published a statement in which He did not condemn it and blamed Israel, assuming a position very similar to that of most Islamic regimes.

Mohamed Mustafá 🇵🇸

He is the so-called prime minister of the Palestinian National Authority (PNA). He is the man in the suit who appears to the right of the Saudi Minister of Foreing Affairs. The ANP functions as a dictatorship that has not called elections in the Palestinian territories since 2006. It is ranked 115th out of 167 in the The Economist Democracy Index as an authoritarian regime.

The ANP refused to condemn the Hamas terrorist attack against Israel on October 7, 2023 and he even justified it as an act of self-defense. A few days later the ANP issued a document calling for genocide to be committed against the Jews, to be read in all Palestinian mosques. In addition, the ANP dedicates 300 million dollars annually to reward Palestinian terrorists and their families for their criminal actions, a clear way of sponsoring terrorism.

Ayman Al Safadi 🇯🇴

Minister of Foreign Affairs of Jordan. He is the man with the goatee and glasses who appears to the left of Sánchez, in the row behind him. Your country is on the list of the 50 countries that most persecute Christians in 48th place. It is ranked 122nd out of 167 in the The Economist Democracy Index as an authoritarian regime.

Despite signing a peace treaty with the Jewish state in 1994, Jordan did not condemn the terrorist attack against Israel and issued an ambiguous statement, asking to "stop the dangerous escalation" without making any reference to Hamas or the atrocities committed by these Palestinian terrorists against Israeli citizens.

Hakan Fidan 🇹🇷

Minister of Foreign Affairs of Turkey. He is the bearded man who appears to the right of Sánchez in the row behind. His country is on the list of the 50 countries that most persecute Christians in 50th place and is in 102nd place out of 167 in the The Economist Democracy Index as a hybrid regime. Türkiye is the main foreign support of Hamas terrorists along with Qatar and Iran. The Turkish regime did not condemn the Hamas terrorist attack on Israel and its president, Erdogan, praised Hamas saying that "is not a terrorist organization, but a liberation group."

Hissein Brahim Taha 🇹🇩

He is the secretary general of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC). He is the man wearing a white outfit who appears on the left in the row behind. The La Moncloa statement does not even mention him. He was Foreign Minister of Chad in 2017.

The OIC groups 57 Islamic countries: 33 of them appear on the list of 50 countries that most persecute Christians. Among its members there are also six countries in which homosexuality is punishable by the death penalty (Brunei, Iran, Mauritania, Nigeria, Uganda and Yemen) and many others in which it is punishable by prison, in addition to dozens of countries that seriously discriminate against women and impose severe restrictions on religious freedom and other human rights.

Hisseim did not condemn the Hamas terrorist attack against Israel and blamed the attacked country in a statement issued the same day of the attack, in which it did condemn the Israeli military response against the Hamas terrorists, without saying a single word about the Israeli citizens murdered, raped, tortured and kidnapped by Palestinian terrorists.

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