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U.S. Reps. Ilhan Omar and Rashida want to Tlaib, to visit Israel, but Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will likely have the last word on whether the far-left “Squad” members will be able to enter the Jewish state.
Both Omar and Tlaib have already announced a trip to Israel and the Palestinian-controlled areas, but their plans have been mired in a series of controversies, including its support for the anti-Israel BDS movement and the American women in Congress were to hold anti-Semitic views.
Meanwhile, Israeli law, authorities are allowed to refuse entry to people who support the boycott of the Jewish state — have done the two US lawmakers.
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Omar tells Jewish Insider, that you are expected that you add travel to Israel and other territories, “in a couple of weeks,” the, “But, really, everything I hear points to both sides of the feeling, as it is still a professional.”
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu attends a weekly Cabinet meeting in Jerusalem, Sunday, July 14, 2019. (Associated Press)
According to Haaretz, the women in Congress were allowed to enter, when the Foreign office recommends that Strategic Affairs and Ministry of interior issue a waiver for you on the basis that they are political figures, and refuse you entry and negatively affect the dignity, Israel’s foreign relations.
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But due to the sensitivity of the topic, it will come down to Netanyahu, who enjoys a stellar relationship with President Trump, in order to decide whether the members of Congress in the country, the newspaper reported.
Omar first came under fire after she tweeted in 2012 that Israel was “mesmerized the world” for the implementation of “evil”.
This year, beat them before, that American politicians support Israel by financial support -that is to say, it’s all “about the Benjamins baby” — an echo of the anti-Semitic trope of the Jewish or Israeli influence on the policy, and later claimed that these legislators, the Israel support the “push for loyalty to a foreign country.”
To strike back at Netanyahu, even at the Omar on the remark about the financial influence, saying “Take it from this Benjamin: It’s not about the Benjamin’s!” during the annual conference of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) this year.
Tlaib, was the support in the meantime, seen socializing with the anti-Israel activists, after their election victory, and against the two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, instead of a single-state solution.
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They also came under fire in may after saying that the Holocaust gave her “a kind of soothing feeling,” in part because in its aftermath, which contributed to the Palestinians, “a safe haven for Jews”.
“It’s always kind of a reassuring feeling, I must say, people, when I think of the Holocaust, and the tragedy of the Holocaust, and the fact that it was my ancestors — the Palestinians lost their land and some lost their lives, their existence, their human dignity, their very existence has been wiped out in many ways, and some people’s passports,” Tlaib said during an appearance on the Yahoo News podcast “Skullduggery.”
“And it was all in the name of the experiment, the creation of a safe haven for Jews, post-Holocaust, post -, the tragedy and the terrible persecution of the Jews throughout the world to this time. And I love the fact that it is my ancestors, provided, that, right, in many ways, but they did it in a way that took their people away, and it was forced on you.”