Israeli Prime Minister Calls Out Omar & Tlaib’s alleged Ties to Terrorists: They are BANNED from entering

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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who made the decision to bar them from entering Israel, is not unfamiliar with their alleged ties to the extremist Islamic movement, who many believe seek the destruction of Israel.

Omar and Tlaib’s divisive rhetoric is unwelcome and their call for boycotting, divestiture, and sanctions (BDS) against the only Democracy in the Middle East, where Arabs live peacefully, is more than a step too far.  It is also very revealing of their characters and values.

Prime Minister Netanyahu explained his reasoning in a series of tweets earlier this week:

In 2012,  Barack Obama’s Administration barred Knesset member Michael Ben Ari from the U.S.

What made Ben Ari’s ban so noteworthy was the fact that his the U.S. had granted visas to both Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas (who was allegedly involved for decades in PLO terror).

Omar and Tlaib have set their own foreign policy agenda that is in direct conflict with President Trump and more in line with the radical Islamist movement that demands the eradication of Israel.

Israel is a small blip on the map of the Middle East yet the likes of Omar and Tlaib seem to want it gone:

Netanyahu cannot, and should not, risk the damage they might effect with their divisive rhetoric and disregard for diplomatic protocols.

According to The Daily Caller, Rashida Tlaib’s and Ilhan Omar’s cancelled trip to Israel was allegedly sponsored by a Palestinian-based organization with ties to terrorism:

“The trip was partially sponsored by Miftah, a Ramallah-based organization that has expressed sympathy for Palestinian suicide bombers and supports the anti-Israel BDS movement. “

After an emotional plea to visit her grandmother, Israel acquiesced, asking only that she makes no anti-Israel diatribes while in country Tlaib turned down the offer proving Netanyahu was correct about the purpose of her visit.

BREAKING: Deputy Foreign Minister Tzipi Hotovely said Israel will deny entry to Reps. Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib.

BREAKING: Deputy Foreign Minister Tzipi Hotovely said Israel will deny entry to Reps. Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib.

 

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