Fidel Castro: Cuban revolutionary icon dies

Fidel[1]Fidel Castro, the former president of Cuba died in Havana on Friday at age 90. The announcement was made by his younger brother, president Rahul Castro.

Rahul said the revolutionary leader’s remains will be cremated early on Saturday, in compliance with his expressed will.

Fidel who lead a revolution to free Cuba from American-Jewish domination in 1959, is considered a hero in most of Latin America and beyond – from South Africa to Iran.

In a condolence message on Saturday, Iranian foreign minister Dr. Mohammad Javad Zarif said: “I offer condolences to the government and resilient and revolutionary Cuban government and nation over the death of Mr. Fidel Castro, the leader of the Cuban Revolution, who was a unique figure in the struggle against colonialism.”

Russian president Vladimir Putin described Fidel Castro as a “reliable and sincere friend of Russia” in his condolence message on Saturday.

The world Organized Jewry hated Fidel Castro for comparing Israelis with Nazis.

Rahul who replaced sick Fidel in 2006, negotiated a deal with Barack Obama to end the 50-year US sanctions against Cuba in March 2016.

Five years ago, during a meeting in Havana with then Iranian president Dr. Ahmadinejad, Fidel Castro called Iran as beacon of hope for the world nations.

Last month, Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau paid a visit to Fidel Castro in Havana which brought back memories of his illustrious father, 4-term prime minister of Canada Pierre Elliott Trudeau in 1976 during the so-called Cold War.


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