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Memo To Israeli Foreign Ministry (Castro’s “ideals” regarding Israel have been pretty consistent over the years)

Cuba's Bohemia Mag. Oct. 1/1983

Cuba's Bohemia Mag. Oct. 1/1983

Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin as seen by Castro regime (circa 1983)

"With these outrageous comments, Fidel Castro shames his old-time companions and the ideals he always pretended to serve. Che Guevara must be spinning in his grave," said Yigal Palmor, an Israeli Foreign Ministry spokesman this week."

Cuban Foreign Minister, Bruno Rodriguez

Cuban Foreign Minister, Bruno Rodriguez

"Zionists are the same as Hitler's hordes who massacred millions of Jews!" (1978 Cuban Communist Youth President, Bruno Rodriguez. who todays serves Cuba's Foreign Minister)

Other "idealistic" headlines from Castro's press:

"“Israeli genocide continues against the Palestinian people.” (Aug. 2002)

“Sharon announces continuation of Palestinian holocaust.” (April 2002)

The Israeli Foreigh Ministry might also recall that Castro's Stalinist regime co-sponsored the 1975 U.N resolution equating "Zionism with Racism."

Unreal.

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