Ilhan Omar traveled with the anti-U.S. group that supports the Cuban, Venezuelan socialism, and wants US to return Gitmo to Cuba

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Rep. Ilhan Omar has to travel-delegation in a South American country, sponsored by a radical anti-American and anti-Israel organization that supports countries in contrast to the US and demanding the return of Guantanamo Naval Base in Cuba.

The Minnesota Democrat, was accused of anti-Semitism, after claiming that the American Israel Public Affairs Committee, a nonpartisan group, was the purchase of the legislature.

She also grabbed headlines after the first, accused the US government of leading a coup against the Venezuelan socialist tyrant Nicolas Maduro, and then try to grill Elliott Abrams, the Trump administration’s new special envoy to Venezuela.


Now it was revealed that she once traveled to Honduras with an organization called ” witness for peace, a group formed during the Reagan administration, against America’s actions in South America, to counter the spread of communism.

“After a trip to Honduras as part of the witness for peace delegation, I have persistently returned home with a heavy heart and great concern for the elections and the crisis of the human rights of the people in Honduras,” Omar has in 2017.

Shortly after the trip with the group, she started against the American military aid to Honduras, and publicly demanded the suspension of the financing.

Omar’s association with the witness for peace asked for more control of your suitability for the activity in the house Committee on Foreign Affairs, as a witness for peace organization and its leaders have supported the socialist Regime in Cuba and Venezuela, and against the Jewish state, the Washington Free Beacon for the first time revealed.

The group openly calls for the return of the “illegally occupied Guantanamo Bay Naval Base to the Cuban people! And organized travel delegations to Cuba, where he Trump the tougher policy towards the country as “the old, unjust, counter-productive Cold-war-attitude of the past decades.”



Eunice Escobar, a member of the Board of Directors of the group, allegedly also works for the Afro-Colombian solidarity network, which aims to “dismantle the U.S.-militarism, neo-liberal economic and immigration policy, and other forms of state and institutional violence” and said the trump administration was the recognition of Juan Guaidó as interim President of Venezuela a “right-wing” coup against the socialist regime.

Another Board member, Jeanette Charles, also supports the Maduro regime and accused the U.S. of orchestrating a coup against the government. She is a member of the Chiapas Support Committee, according to the Washington Free Beacon, and has repeatedly with the socialist regime in Venezuela, praised, including calling the late Venezuelan leader Hugo Chavez to “god-like” according to the College Fix.


Paul Magno, another member of the Board, has founded an activist with Nonviolence International, a group of Palestinian activist Mubarak Awad in 1989, called for the “eradication of Israel as a Jewish state.”

“The PLO [Palestine Liberation Organization] wants. the whole of Palestine, and I agree,” Awad said in a speech in 1988, according to the Washington Post “Palestine for me is the Galilee, Akko, Ashdod, everything. This is Palestine for me.”


The testimony for peace most recent IRS records, from 2015, showing that over 300,000 US dollars was spent on the financing of the delegation to Latin America, to “U.S. citizens of the opportunity, the impact of U.S. government policy and corporate practice, and the impact of these measures on human rights.”

Almost $ 150,000 was also to costs such as “promotion of personnel in Cuba spent on the other operations to be facilitated delegations to the people-to-people licenses granted by OFAC [Office of Foreign Assets Control].”

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