Israel Recalls Ambassador After Spanish PM Accuses Jews of Breaking Humanitarian Law

The Jews have gone from declaring war on Gaza to declaring war on the whole world.

I’m sure it’s going to work out very well for them.

The Guardian:

The Israeli government has recalled its ambassador in Madrid and said it will be reprimanding Spain’s top diplomat in Tel Aviv after the Spanish prime minister, Pedro Sánchez, said he had “genuine doubts” about whether Israel was complying with international humanitarian law in its offensive in Gaza.

Sánchez’s latest remarks came a week after he caused a diplomatic spat by using a visit to Israel to urge it to rethink its operations in Gaza, claiming its response to Hamas’s atrocities on 7 October could not “imply the deaths of innocent civilians, including thousands of children”.

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Speaking to Spain’s state broadcaster, TVE, on Thursday morning, Sánchez repeated his condemnation of Hamas’s attacks but said “friendly countries really have to be able to tell each other things”.

We’ve said from the very beginning that what Hamas did in Israel is absolutely atrocious and abominable,” he said, adding that he had watched 20 minutes of “very tough” footage of the attacks during last week’s meeting with Israel’s prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu.

No one even remembers what Hamas did. Even the people who cared don’t remember, and Israel insisting on showing people the Faces of Death video about it just makes them look even whinier.

“We’ve also always shown our public commitment to Hamas having to free all the hostages they hold immediately and without any conditions whatsoever,” Sánchez said.

But we have to tell Israel, with the same conviction, that its actions must be based on international humanitarian law. But with the images we’re seeing and the growing number of people – especially boys and girls – who are being killed, I have genuine doubts that they’re complying with international humanitarian law.”

What does “serious doubts” mean?

That implies there’s a chance that they actually are complying with international humanitarian law.

There is no such chance.

The Spanish leader said a political solution to the crisis required “the recognition of the Palestinian state”, adding: “It’s in Europe’s interest to address this issue out of moral conviction because what we are seeing in Gaza is not acceptable.”

Spain has already indicated it could be willing to unilaterally recognise a Palestinian state if other EU members fail to do so collectively.

Well then: do it.

Declare a Palestinian state along 1967 borders, with Jerusalem as the capital of the state.

Let the rest of the world deny them that, and stand with the baby-killing Jews.

Force the issue, Spain.

Russia will stand with you, and China. Those are big countries and much more important than faggot countries like France or America.