Please watch the image below. Marked as #1 we can read a comment with a link to an article of my own. Manuel Tapial's answer (marked as #2) consisted of suggesting to denounce me because I threatened him due to my coverage of some of his activities.
The truth is that I never threatened the Spanish activist to commit a punishable offense against him or to hurt him in any way. I just monitored part of his publicly proclaimed activism (particularly on Facebook), just as he can do the same to me. But, could he have committed a punishable offense? Oh, yes, he could.
Article 510.1 of the Spanish Penal Code bans incitement to discrimination, hate or violence against groups or associations on the grounds of, among others, the national origins of those groups and associations. Such an action can consist of boycotting goods just because those who provide them are Israeli citizens, according to a sentence by the European Court of Human Rights of the Council of Europe. And such boycotts are constantly being proposed by Manuel Tapial.
Manuel Tapial could also have committed those actions considered as punishable offenses by articles 510.2 and 578 of the Spanish Penal Code: disseminating slanderous information on the aforementioned groups or associations (in this case, Israelis and Jews) and praising or justifying terrorist organizations (in this case, Hamas), respectively.
So, Manuel Tapial would be more afraid of the Spanish Penal Code than I am.