Spanish children urge Israeli envoy to 'stop murdering Palestinians'
Israeli Embassy in Madrid receives hundreds of letters of protest from local pupils. 'Why does Israel murder Palestinians?' one letter notes. Foreign Ministry protests phenomenon
The Foreign Ministry's Deputy Director of European Affairs Naor Gilon protested via telephone to Spanish Ambassador to Israel Alvaro Iranzo the delivery of letters written by Spanish school children to Israel's Ambassador in Madrid, Rafael Shotz.
Israel's Embassy in Madrid has recently been receiving children's letters expressing protest of Israel's conduct towards the Palestinians. The Foreign Ministry is concerned that the students who wrote the letters were being instigated by their teachers. One letter directed at the ambassador noted, "How many Palestinians have you murdered today?"
Another read, "Mr. Ambassador you should think about not killing the Palestinian children and elderly. I don't know if it doesn't bother you, having to murder people. You should leave Palestine."
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