They continued: “Palestinians’ homes are being destroyed, they are being denied water, electricity, free movement to their hospitals, schools and fields while the international community does nothing.”
In his condemnation of the bombing, Bardem said that he did not want tax he pays in Spain to be used to support Israeli ‘barbarism’.
He added: ‘Being Jewish does not automatically mean you support this massacre, just like being Hebrew does not mean you are a Zionist, just like being Palestinian does not automatically make you a Hamas terrorist.
“That’s just as absurd as saying that being German makes you Nazi.’
Bardem went on to say that he had spoken to a lot of Jewish friends in America about the conflict, one of whom he claimed had told him: ‘You can’t call it self-defence while you’re murdering children.’