Domestic Terrorists by Beth Tacerly
When Hamas rockets targeted Tel Aviv, Israel earlier this year in March, the United States Congress had among its members a congresswoman who failed to condemn those attacks. This is because she supports Hamas via CAIR. CAIR is the Council on American Islamic Relations, and it has proclaimed its support for Hamas on the Gaza Strip for years now. Does that merit her being considered a domestic terrorist? Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib (D-MI) is a proud member of CAIR. Moreover she is friendly with Hezbollah, an Iranian anti-American and anti-Israeli proxy terror group out of Lebanon, where it holds substantial political power.
Perhaps you never thought you’d see the day, but it has arrived. The enemy is now part of the US government. They’re among those who claim it was President Trump who caused the horrific and evil slayings of Muslims in New Zealand back in March. Furthermore they claim the President is a racist and an anti-Islamic bigot. Just have a look at this article from the leftist rag, The Huffington Post:
Rep. Tlaib and her colleague Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) made travel arrangements for a trip to Israel recently. This came on the heels of their anti-Israel BDS (Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions) bill being soundly defeated 398-17 in the House. The two lawmakers insisted they go together on their own with members of their respective staffs despite the fact that a congressional delegation was set to make the same trek a week or so before. Their host group in country, once they arrived, was to be Miftah, a Palestinian political organization that in the past has spoken highly of Palestinian suicide bombers who kill Israelis, etc. An opportunity to visit the tense region to be witnesses to the situation at hand and visit Tlaib’s grandmother (a Palestinian living in the West Bank) were the reasons for the trip they said. Even after Ms. Tlaib appealed to the Israeli government on the basis of desperation to visit her 90 year old grandmother, and she was approved, she refused to go.
This was a set up from the word go. Both of these women knew in their heart of hearts that they would not be going to Israel at all. In unprecedented congressional action they put a bill up for a vote that promoted the idea that the US boycott and even sanction Isreal (B.D.S.-Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions). Then they announced that they would be heading to Israel. Both Omar and Tlaib knew the Israelis would never let them enter that country unless they, the women, agreed to certain conditions. Israel has every right to bar would-be entrants from coming into their country, especially if they are essentially promoting the death of Israel via the BDS Movement. If they can boycott Israel, Israel can boycott them.
These women are domestic terrorists. Don’t be fooled. They only did this to attract international media attention for their so-called cause. It was a set up to create controversy by making an attempt to portray Israel in a negative light. Meanwhile, it has come to our attention that Ms. Tlaib’s grandmother is in fact not living in poverty in her West Bank village as a result of “the Israeli occupation.” You may remember that this was a claim made by Congresswoman Tlaib. It’s a lie! Have a look for yourself just below these tweets.
It's a bit disturbing to see how excited Rashida Talib is when she recounts the advice that if she's patient and stands long enough on the riverbank, she can watch her enemies floating dead down the river. It made her so happy! pic.twitter.com/MHGH5n37MI— Agam Tapaktuan (@Agam_T) March 10, 2019
This morning I hugged my two brown, Muslim boys a little tighter and longer. It pains me to see the "white supremacy" agenda right here at home sending signals across this world that a massacre like #NewZealandTerroristAttack is part of some kind of call to action. #TakeonHate pic.twitter.com/cmmWY0lqwo— Rashida Tlaib (@RashidaTlaib) March 15, 2019
Rashida Tlaib Poses with Hezbollah-Backing Anti-Israel Activist
Abbas Hamideh, who heads a Palestinian ‘right of return’ group, posts photo of the two after reception and private dinner; Tlaib’s office doesn’t respond to request for comment