Israel considers banning visit by Jew-hating Muslim lawmakers leading Hamas interests in Congress
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is holding consultations with senior ministers and aides to reevaluate the decision to allow two Muslim lawmakers who are leading Hamas interests in Congress, Rashida Tlaib and Ilhan Omar, to enter the country next week.
A government official said Thursday that Netanyahu was holding consultations about the upcoming visit of the two anti-Semitic Israel-haters and BDS-supporters, and that “there is a possibility that Israel will not allow the visit in its current proposed format.”
The possibility of their entering only the Palestinian Authority is still being considered.
The official spoke on condition of anonymity.
Omar and Tlaib have both a history of anti-Semitism, incendiary remarks about Israel and the Jewish people, and statements in support of HAMAS and ISIS.
Omar, who allegedly married her brother for fraudulent immigration purposes, accused Israel of buying off members of Congress for foreign support.
Tlaib, who was draped in a PLO terror group flag during her election victory party, admitted that thinking about the Holocaust gave her “kind of a calming feeling.”
Sarah Idan, a former Miss Iraq who was forced to leave her home country after posing with Miss Israel at a Miss Universe event, joined “Fox & Friends First” Thursday morning to explain her message to Democratic Rep. Ilhan Omar.
During her interview, Idan said it was sad that many people take for granted the freedom they have in the United States. She said that women like Omar and Tlaib, exploit liberals’ focus on diversity by attacking the country.
It’s Official – Deputy Foreign Minister Tzipi Hotovely confirmed that Israel has decided that Muslim lawmakers —who love to hate Israel and are leading Hamas interests in Congress—, Rashida Tlaib and Ilhan Omar, will be barred from entering the Jewish State next week.
“Israel has decided — we won’t enable the members of Congress members to enter the country,” she tells the Kan public broadcaster.
“We won’t allow those who deny our right to exist in this world to enter Israel. In principle, this is a very justified decision.”