The display in Badajos occurred amid debate on the appropriateness of festive parades apparently making light of the murder of millions by the Nazis.
Seeing the float and routine, the municipality of Campo de Criptana said it now “shares the criticisms leveled” at the display.
The Kennicott Bible will return to its original home in Galicia for six months.
“How beautiful it is to be back in the city with our family name,” one man wrote on Facebook of the event.
The music used for the routine was by the Israeli singer Noa from the soundtrack of Roberto Benigni’s 1997 Holocaust film, “Life is Beautiful.”
The country still has dozens of municipalities supporting BDS, more than in any other EU member nation.
We don’t know exactly how many Jews were forced out of Spain by Ferdinand in 1492, but conservative estimates put the number somewhere around 130,000.
A city near Valencia declared itself an “Israeli apartheid-free space.”
Last week, a motion was passed to boycott Israel.
The laws follow economic recessions and vigorous attempts by Lisbon and Madrid to attract wealthy investors, residents and tourists.