Rep. Ilhan Omar and her fellow Squad members have been trying to push through a pro-BDS movement boycott of Israel.
On Tuesday, their efforts failed miserably, as the House voted 398-17 to oppose the boycotts.
Finally on Record
This is a very devastating blow to The Squad.
Omar has had an agenda against Israel from day one.
Regardless of what she says to the camera, her actions have proven she does not like Jewish people of the state of Israel at all.
When anyone has criticized her for her words or actions, she has tried to label them as a racist, a bigot, or an Islamophobe.
The fact that Omar has openly backed the pro-Palestinian Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions movement (BDS) is proof of that.
It is widely accepted that mass support of this movement would literally end Israel.
While Democrats as a party have been critical of Israel, even they realize backing such a movement would permanently jeopardize the relationship between the United States and Israel.
The resolution to oppose the boycott was presented by, among others, Rep. Lee Zeldin (R-N.Y.).
Zeldin and Omar have butted heads on numerous occasions, mostly over Omar’s anti-Semitic comments.
Of the resolution, Zeldin stated, “A two-state solution remains the best way to justly resolve the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and ensure a future for two peoples living side-by-side in peace, security, and prosperity.
“By denying the Jewish claim to a homeland, the BDS Movement is fundamentally incompatible with a two-state solution and pushes the cause of peace for both Israel and the Palestinians further out of reach.
“This resolution makes clear that Congress remains committed to a two-state solution and opposes zero-sum efforts to delegitimize the state of Israel.
“We must reject the blatant anti-Semitics injected throughout BDS.”
With every passing day, it becomes clearer that Rep. Omar does not have the interests of this country or even of the people of her state in mind with her decision making and agenda.
Source: Fox News
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