skip to Main Content

Cuba’s President Condemns Israel and Calls it a “Terrorist State”

Cuba’s President Miguel Diaz-Canel has condemned the Israeli regime as a “terrorist state” on social media. He voiced his criticism of the Occupation Entity’s ongoing onslaught in the Gaza Strip which has now killed more than 20,000 people in just over two months.

He then labeled the act as “a humiliation for humanity” and denounced the lack of the Israeli regime’s accountability.

“Cuba, which will never be among the indifferent, raises its voice for Palestine again and again,” Diaz-Canel added.

Cuba has also condemned the Israeli regime’s ongoing onslaught in Gaza as “genocide”  and even called out the US government for its backing of “Israel.” 

“We denounce in the strongest terms the responsibility and complicity of the government of the United States in this genocide,” the declaration said, which referred to Washington’s use of its veto power at the UN Security Council, which disallowed for a ceasefire to happen in Gaza.

If you value our journalism…

TMJ News is committed to remaining an independent, reader-funded news platform. A small donation from our valuable readers like you keeps us running so that we can keep our reporting open to all! We’ve launched a fundraising campaign to raise the $10,000 we need to meet our publishing costs this year, and it’d mean the world to us if you’d make a monthly or one-time donation to help. If you value what we publish and agree that our world needs alternative voices like ours in the media, please give what you can today.


Back To Top