President Gustavo Petro has just issued a strong statement against Israel after Israel condemned the president’s recent statements.

(You may be interested in: Reactions after President Petro’s message regarding the suspension of relations with Israel)

They received assurances from Israel that their message “reflects support for atrocities committed by Hamas terrorists, incites anti-Semitism, influences representatives of the State of Israel, and threatens the peace of the Jewish community in Colombia.”

(In context: Israel condemned Peter’s statements and assured that they ‘incited anti-Semitism’)

The Colombian president reacted a few minutes later on account X and responded with a strong and lengthy statement that directly affected relations with that country.

Petro said, “If we have to suspend foreign relations with Israel, we will. We do not support genocide.”

He then said: “The President of Colombia is not being insulted. I call on Latin America to show real solidarity with Colombia. If he is not capable, the development of history will have the final say, as in the great Chaco War.”

In his message, the President also said: “Neither Yair Klein nor Raifal Eithan will be able to say what the history of peace in Colombia is. They started the massacre and genocide in Colombia.”

And he continued: “I ask the Israeli people for help for Colombian peace, for Palestine and for world peace. Colombia is an independent people, sovereign and just, as Bolivar and Nariño taught us.”

Petro concluded his broadcast with the assurance: “One day the Israeli army and government will ask us for forgiveness for what their men did in our land, for unleashing genocide. I will also hug them and cry for the murders in Auschwitz and Gaza. Colombian Auschwitz”.

And finally he gave the following assurance: “Hitler will be defeated for the good of humanity, for its democracy, for the peace and freedom of the world.”

Lior Haiat, spokesman for the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs, assured that “Ambassador Jonathan Peled, Deputy Director General for Latin America of the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs, summoned Colombia’s ambassador to Israel, Margarita, upon the instructions of Foreign Minister Eli Cohen.” Manjarez”.

They reported: “The condemnation speech follows Colombian President Gustavo Petro’s hostile and anti-Semitic statements against the State of Israel last week.

The spokesman also assured: “It was made clear to the ambassador at the meeting that his statements (those of President Petro) in response to the brutal terrorist attack by Hamas terrorists, who killed more than 1,300 Israelis, were received with surprise in Israel and kidnapped more than 150.”

Israel, on the other hand, harshly condemned the president’s statements, saying they “reflect support for atrocities committed by Hamas terrorists, incite anti-Semitism, They influence representatives of the State of Israel and threaten the peace of the Jewish community in Colombia“.

This is the first official statement from this country after President Petro’s various views. In addition, the first official decision issued in response to the President’s statements is as follows: They decided to stop exporting security to Colombia.

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Source: Exame

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