nearvideo Israel refused and Omar and Tlaib entry in the midst of Trump’s pressure
Freshman women in Congress had blocked the entry of Israel; the reaction and the analysis from the ‘Special Report’ all-star panel.
Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S. C., Thursday, defended Israel’s decision to bar or Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., and Rashida Tlaib, D-Mich., a visit to the country for a scheduled visit this weekend, say it’s a must-have consequences, for their support of the anti-Israel boycott, divestment and sanctions movement (BDS).
The South Carolina Republican told WLTX-TV that while he understands that she “appreciates the properly elected members of the Congress,” he why Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu felt the need to block the country, The hill reported prevent.
LINDSEY GRAHAM SLAMS THE COLLEAGUES FOR BRAZEN WARNING TO THE SUPREME COURT
Israeli law allows the country to block people who support boycotts of Israel, but the exception permits can be granted for politicians and diplomats. Early Friday, Israel announced that Tlaib allowed, do not enter the Jewish state, if you promote promised a boycott of Israel, which it has done.
After it was originally announced, several Democrats and Republicans have come out against Israel’s decision.
“I don’t agree 100% with retries. Tlaib & Omar on #Israel & ‘m the author of #AntiBDS bill we passed in the Senate,” Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., tweeted, “But you refuse them entry into #Israel is a mistake. Is blocked, what are you hoping, actually, that all together, in order to strengthen their attacks against the Jewish state.”
CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE FOX NEWS APP
Omar and Tlaib were among the 17 members of Congress who voted against a resolution condemning BDS in July. The resolution easily passed.