Why would terrorists who have raped women before and after murdering them or kidnapping babies and old people tell the truth?
The woke culture in Europe, which has turned left-wing parties and organizations into Hamas’s public relations officers on European soil, threatens to erase the continent’s identity and promote one of the most important bases of disinformation in a war that is also fundamentally informational.
Every war has its own information battle where there is a significant amount of audience positioning itself on one side or the other. However, in the case of the war in Gaza, those who have chosen to support Hamas, the terrorist organization that unleashed a massacre on 7 October, have done so with as much ignorance as conviction. From Madrid, Paris or London, pro-Palestinian activism has violently arrogated to itself that it is the only authorized voice to speak out in the West.
Why would terrorists who have raped women before and after murdering them or kidnapping babies and old people tell the truth? Taking Hamas as a credible source of information, knowing that journalism is banned in Gaza, is like believing Daesh during its heyday in the Levant. The Al-Ahli al Arabi hospital case was the perfect example of the media lynching that, as the hours passed, was shattered.
In the hours following the Hamas attack, classic antisemitic voices resounded, albeit covertly, in a critique as underground as the Gaza tunnels. Even when it was not known how many people had been killed in Israel as a result of terrorism, there were already those who insinuated that this was happening for a reason, and that this reason was fueled by each and every one of the myths surrounding the Palestinian question.
The fanciful alliance between the left and Islam is being fought in Europe as an element born of the union between those Islamic migratory currents, especially those that are illegal products of organised crime, with a culture of the unreal so absorbed by young Europeans. Those Europeans who have decided to cry “from the river to the sea Palestine will win”, perhaps out of impotence or disbelief, forget that the same terrorism has killed hundreds of people in attacks on European soil.
In a world where international relations are part of the same chessboard, where there are common interests and where threats very easily become global, Israel’s war has become the war of the entire West. And this is not an empty slogan, but a motto of life. A defence of history, identity and civilisation that has sheltered a version of the world that is certainly perfectible, but which is much better than the one built by regimes such as Iran, Syria or Russia.