Castro’s Cuba remains State Sponsor of Terror

Since the dictatorship of the Castro brothers continues to harbor and provide cover for international terrorists groups such as FARC and ETA, not to mention the terrorism committed against its own citizens, the U.S. State Department has retained Cuba on the list of State Sponsors of Terror:

US keeps Iran, Syria, Sudan, Cuba on terror blacklist

WASHINGTON — The United States retained Iran and its ally Syria as well as Sudan and Cuba on a list of alleged state sponsors of terrorism Thursday, after blacklisting the countries the previous year.


First designated a state sponsor of terror in 1982, Cuba was kept on the list again.

The State Department said there “was no evidence” that the communist island “had severed ties with elements from the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC),” despite its public stance against terror and terror financing.

It pointed to reports that current and former members of the Basque separatist group ETA live in Cuba.