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Washington DC and The Holy Land>Michigan Muslim feels calm when thinking of the Holocaust
HonestChieffan 07:24 AM 05-13-2019

Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib is refusing to apologize after saying that thinking about the Holocaust gives her a "kind of a calming feeling." Now GOP leadership is calling her comments "sickening." What do you think about her comments? https://t.co/2zPtbGIoFt pic.twitter.com/2nx2vxpuoj

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Saying things to expand what is acceptable. Obama must be so pleased.
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vailpass 01:44 PM 08-16-2019

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vailpass 01:45 PM 08-16-2019
She asked to come, Israel granted her request on a humanitarian basis, then she declined their invitation and stated she won't go. Hate for Israel is greater than love for grandmother.


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ForeverChiefs58 07:36 AM 08-17-2019
After all, a democratic nation should never bar elected representatives of a close ally from visiting, critics of the Israeli decision argue. What kind of nation would take such an action?
Well, one nation that did the exact same thing in 2012 was the United States of America, in an action by the administration of Democratic President Barack Obama.

The U.S. government refused to give a visa to a member of the Israeli Knesset (the nation's parliament), because it said the political party he belonged to was a "terrorist organization."

Knesset Speaker Reuven Rivlin protested the exclusion of Knesset Member Michael Ben Ari, a member of the National Union Party.

"National Union," Rivlin wrote in his letter of protest to the U.S.,"is a completely legitimate faction of the Israeli parliament, and Ben Ari an elected representative of the State of Israel, a close American ally. To impugn him as belonging to a terrorist organization and bar him from visiting the country is unacceptable."

So much for the "unprecedented" action Israel is being criticized for in barring Tlaib and Omar from entering. Every nation on Earth has the sovereign right to determine who can and cannot enter - including Israel.

https://apple.news/ArQz4Y6srSW6dUSJJzEmpGw
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ForeverChiefs58 07:36 AM 08-17-2019
Importantly, Tlaib and Omar turned down an invitation to be part of a bipartisan group of 72 U.S. House members who visited Israel last week. There is no indication that Israel would have barred the pair from being part of that large group of U.S. lawmakers.

The Democratic House members on the trip met with Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas. Abbas - who has strongly denounced President Trump for moving the U.S. Embassy in Israel to Jerusalem and for other actions - refused to meet with the Republican House members, just as he refuses to negotiate peace with the Israelis.

Instead of joining their colleagues, Tlaib and Omar chose to work with a blatantly anti-Semitic group called Miftah to set up a trip that would have avoided any meetings with Israeli government officials and turned into a hate-filled media circus attacking Israel and the Jewish people.

Miftah, which would have been the tour guide for Tlaib and Omar, has published an article that said Jews celebrate Passover by killing Christian children and using their blood to bake matzoh (unleavened bread). This is an ancient anti-Semitic lie that has been used for 2,000 years to justify the murder of Jews, and was heavily promoted by the Nazis, who slaughtered 6 million Jews in the Holocaust.

In 2006, Miftah published an article that praised female suicide bombers. The group has also expressed support for naming public squares after Palestinian terrorists who murder innocent Jewish civilians in Israel.

Miftah refuses to recognize the existence of Israel and opposes joint Arab-Israeli peace programs. The group also denies the existence of the ancient Jewish temples in Jerusalem, an absurd claim that rejects historical reality and undermines a central pillar of Islam as much as it undercuts Judaism and Christianity.

https://apple.news/ArQz4Y6srSW6dUSJJzEmpGw
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GloryDayz 08:14 AM 08-17-2019
I think it's funny that those two goat whores are now afraid to go to Israel.

Cowards!
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Easy 6 08:43 AM 08-17-2019
Originally Posted by ForeverChiefs58:
After all, a democratic nation should never bar elected representatives of a close ally from visiting, critics of the Israeli decision argue. What kind of nation would take such an action?
Well, one nation that did the exact same thing in 2012 was the United States of America, in an action by the administration of Democratic President Barack Obama.

The U.S. government refused to give a visa to a member of the Israeli Knesset (the nation's parliament), because it said the political party he belonged to was a "terrorist organization."

Knesset Speaker Reuven Rivlin protested the exclusion of Knesset Member Michael Ben Ari, a member of the National Union Party.

"National Union," Rivlin wrote in his letter of protest to the U.S.,"is a completely legitimate faction of the Israeli parliament, and Ben Ari an elected representative of the State of Israel, a close American ally. To impugn him as belonging to a terrorist organization and bar him from visiting the country is unacceptable."

So much for the "unprecedented" action Israel is being criticized for in barring Tlaib and Omar from entering. Every nation on Earth has the sovereign right to determine who can and cannot enter - including Israel.

https://apple.news/ArQz4Y6srSW6dUSJJzEmpGw
Shockingly good journalism from Apple of all places
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ForeverChiefs58 07:46 PM 08-20-2019
Just last week 72 members of Congress went to Israel. 41 Democrats and 31 Republicans.

The Israel haters didn’t want to go with the biggest delegation that has ever went there, they instead wanted to meet with terrorist sympathizers.

When they get called out for their anti-semitism, now they want to say Israel bans travel lol

Meanwhile Palestinian terrorists refused to meet with any republicans, instead only the democrats.

I’m sure the dems had nice things to say


https://mondoweiss.net/2019/08/democ...ored-accounts/
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Garcia Bronco 08:41 PM 08-20-2019
Originally Posted by NinerDoug:
I would call this "thinly veiled" anti-Semitism, but the veil is pretty much non-existent.

Unbelievable.
She didn't say that the Holocaust itself gives her a warm feeling, but that Palestinians could give up their land and livelihood to create a safe haven for Jews. At least that's how I read it.
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