Ilhan Omar blasts Israel, suggests United States reconsider giving financial aid

May God ruin Trump: Tlaib’s grandmother

In accordance, the Minister's office released a letter that it said was from Tlaib, which promised to respect travel restrictions during her visit.

Omar called into question the legitimacy of the alliance between Israel and the U.S. She also suggested that the Middle Eastern nation was behaving in a way antithetical to democracy. "These were USA lawmakers who were non-Israelis who agitate against Israel and who said they weren't even going to Israel!"

Referring to the $3 billion in aid the United States gives to Israel each year, Omar said, "this is predicated on their being an important ally in the region and the only democracy in the Middle East".

Tearfully discussing the conversation with her family, she said: "I think my grandmother said it beautifully when she said I'm her asfour".

"Sorry, I don't buy Rep. Tlaib's tears", Trump wrote on Twitter.

However, it later announced it would allow Tlaib to make a trip to visit her grandmother, who lives in the occupied West Bank, for humanitarian reasons, though the lawmaker was barred from making any comments critical of Israel or promoting BDS during the trip. "They are the face not only of the Democratic Party but the BDS (Boycott, Divestment, Sanction) movement which is designed by terrorists for terrorists for the annihilation of Israel and for people". "It is something that I struggled with", she said. They included Lana Barkawi, a Palestinian-American, who lamented that she has never been able to visit her parents' homeland.

She added that "all of us Americans should be deeply disturbed" by Israel's actions. "Israel, has the right to prevent people who want to destroy it from entering the country - and Democrats' pointless Congressional inquiries here in America can not change the laws Israel has passed to protect itself". The Republican president subjected them to a series of racist tweets last month in which he called on them to "go back" to their "broken" countries. Ilhan Omar, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, and Ayanna Pressley. The congresswomen were banned pursuant to an Israeli law that permits denying entry to those who suport boycotts of the Jewish state, of which Tlaib and Omar are vocal supporters.

Numerous speakers struggled to speak through tears, but Omar urged them not to give their critics the satisfaction. "And we are going to fight this administration and the oppressive Netanyahu administration until we take our last breath".



Latest news

Funeral for lost ice: Iceland bids farewell to glacier
Iceland honoured the passing of Okjokull, its first glacier lost to climate change , by building a commemorative monument for it. The project to build the monument was initiated by Cymene Howe and Dominic Boyer of Rice University in Texas, United States.

Trump touts economy but payroll tax discussion reveals recession fears
Trump added that he was always looking at a payroll tax cut, and that a lot of people would like to see it. The 226 economists responding work mainly for corporations and trade associations.

Striking Reasons Why You Should Follow Your Dreams
And if you are one of those people that crave for happiness then follow your dream and that is one path you will never regret. Whether you made your millions through internet casinos or working 9-5, it doesn’t matter.

Google Stadia Promises Cloud Gaming Revolution Across Devices
Google did not reveal when Stadia will launch or how much it will cost, although more details were promised during the summer. With the launch, Google is attempting a catch-all service that looks to the future of gaming as a digital cloud-based form.

Other news