The Castro dictatorship is continuing to show its support for Hamas terrorists and its savage attack on Israeli civilians on October 7th. Since that barbaric attack, the Cuban government has expressed its unequivocal support for Hamas terrorists and blamed Israel for their brutal murder of over 1,000 Israeli civilians and the hundreds more kidnapped.
This is no surprise coming from a regime that for decades has supported terrorists groups in the Middle East, Europe, and Latin America. If anyone still believes Cuba’s communist regime is not a State Sponsor of Terror, they are either blind or support terrorism themselves.
Cuban government lights up the Plaza of the Revolution with a Palestinian flag
The Cuban regime illuminated the memorial at the Plaza of the Revolution with the Palestinian flag, located on the same grounds as government buildings.
The initiative displayed the historic monument to national hero José Martí with the Cuban flag projected at the highest point and below it, the Palestinian emblem, which in recent weeks has been at the center of bombings by Israel.
Havana has expressed support for what it calls the Palestinian cause, and this Friday, leader Miguel Díaz-Canel invited over 100 young people from that country who are studying Medicine on the island to the Palace of the Revolution.
He said it was “an honor and a tremendous pride to embrace them all. Our country is, and will always be, alongside the cause of the brotherly people of Palestine,” he noted on Twitter.
The Cuban regime has staged events in support of the Palestinian cause in recent weeks, since Israel’s invasion began in response to a terrorist attack by Hamas.
At the beginning of the conflict, the regime issued a statement expressing “concern” about the escalation of violence between Israel and Palestine and demanded a “comprehensive, just, and lasting solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict” based on the creation of two states.
In an official note where the regime omitted condemnation of Hamas’s terrorist attack, it also did not convey any messages of condolences to the victims of the most recent armed confrontation. The Cuban government stated that the conflict is “the consequence of 75 years of continuous violation of the inalienable rights of the Palestinian people and Israel’s aggressive and expansionist policy.