Colombia hotels also evict Roger Waters
The former Pink Floyd singer, who denied the atrocities committed by Hamas on October 7, has already been kicked out of hotels in Argentina and Uruguay. Now the Four Seasons Hotel in Bogota has canceled the reservation of those who deny the Hamas massacre
South American media reports that Floyd singer Roger Waters was also kicked out of the Four Seasons hotel in Bogota, Colombia.
According to the report, the hotel canceled Roger Waters’ reservation, after hotels in Argentina and Uruguay also canceled his arrival. The reason is the anti-Israel positions of Waters, who has denied atrocities committed by Hamas in Israel.
Last week, Waters said two hotels in Buenos Aires, Argentina, canceled his reservations for his visit to the country. He blamed the “Israeli lobby” after claiming his room was closed for renovations. According to another report, even in neighboring Uruguay, hotels in the capital Montevideo refused to accommodate him without giving an excuse.
By the way, the chairman of the Bnei Israel Committee in Uruguay, Robbie Schindler, sent a letter to the local hotel and asked them to cancel the reservation. He claimed that the singer “uses his fame as an artist to lie and spew his hatred towards Israel and all Jews. If you accept it, you too will spread, even if you don’t want to, the hatred that this man spreads.” “-
Waters, who denied that the Hamas terrorist organization beheaded babies, told an Argentine newspaper: “They canceled my reservations at two hotels. They told us they didn’t have any rooms. At first we booked rooms in a hotel, then they told us that they “We canceled the reservation under the pretext that the room was being renovated.” Ha, Ha! It’s clear that the Israeli lobby is behind all this. It is pathetic. In the second hotel, they confirmed the reservation of 10 rooms and then canceled it too.-
When asked if it was possible to justify the massacre carried out by Hamas, Waters replied: “We don’t know exactly what they did. Is it justified to oppose the occupation? Yes, but it’s the Geneva Convention. Morally, they must oppose the occupation. it started in 1967. It is their duty. » . Regarding the killing of Israeli citizens, Waters said: “Of course I am not in favor of it, but it has been exaggerated, the Israelis made up stories about decapitating babies. »
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