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  • Israel does't allow certain democrats into their country

    In "the news" it's because of Trump

    One might wonder though. Why would a country allow people to come into their country who have called for their country to be destroyed ?

    Liberals whimper about this being "a sign of weakness" as they display for the world what brainless weaklings they are !

    Some are even leaning on the newest fad of calling everything "racism"


    Israel will bar a visit by U.S. Democratic Congresswomen Rashida Tlaib and Ilhan Omar, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Thursday, shortly after U.S. President Donald Trump called on Israel not to let them in.

    The pair, the first two Muslim women elected to Congress, are members of the Democratic party's progressive wing and sharp critics of Israel's policy toward the Palestinians.

    Democrats in the United States, and Palestinians strongly condemned Israel's decision.

    Israel had initially chosen to allow the visit. But on Wednesday Netanyahu held consultations with cabinet members and advisers revisiting the decision. A source who took part in the consultation told Reuters that Israel backtracked because of pressure from Trump.

    "In a discussion held two weeks ago all the officials were in favor of letting them in but after Trump's pressure they reversed the decision," the source said, speaking on condition of anonymity.

    Tlaib and Omar have voiced support for the pro-Palestinian Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions (BDS) movement. Under Israeli law, BDS backers can be denied entry to Israel.

    Trump has vented in recent months against Tlaib, Omar and two other Democratic congresswomen of color, accusing them of hostility to Israel in what has widely been seen as a drumming up of Republican votes for his 2020 reelection bid.

    In a tweet on Thursday, he urged Israel not to allow the visit, saying "It would show great weakness if Israel allowed Rep. Omar and Rep.Tlaib to visit ... They are a disgrace!"

    Israel's ambassador in the United States, Ron Dermer, had said last month Tlaib and Omar would be let in, out of respect for the U.S. Congress and the U.S.-Israeli relationship.

    Netanyahu said that Israel had the utmost respect for the U.S. Congress but that Tlaib and Omar were promoting legislation of boycotts against Israel.

    "Only a few days ago, we received their itinerary for their visit in Israel, which revealed that they planned a visit whose sole objective is to strengthen the boycott against us and deny Israel's legitimacy," Netanyahu said.

    Chuck Schumer, the top Democrat in the U.S. Senate, said in a statement:

    "Denying entry to members of the United States Congress is a sign of weakness, not strength. It will only hurt the U.S.-Israeli relationship and support for Israel in America."

    Hanan Ashrawi, a senior Palestinian official with the PLO and founder of Miftah, a West Bank-based NGO that is co-sponsoring the trip, called the decision to block it "an affront to the American people and their representatives.

    "This ban is a clear case of discrimination and hostility based on political views and ethnic background, deserving of moral indignation and unequivocal condemnation in Palestine and the United States," Ashrawi said in a statement.

    "We were surprised today that they banned Rashida. It is unfair and racist that they banned her from visiting her country Palestine and her family in Palestine," said her uncle, Bassam Tlaib.

  • #2
    Israel, being a sovereign nation, has the right to refuse to admit anyone they wish.
    BDS would do Israel harm, so they do get to oppose it, as it isn't in their interest.

    I'm not seeing any racism or anything else that's being accused, given the 2 true statements above.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by eohrnberger View Post
      Israel, being a sovereign nation, has the right to refuse to admit anyone they wish.
      BDS would do Israel harm, so they do get to oppose it, as it isn't in their interest.

      I'm not seeing any racism or anything else that's being accused, given the 2 true statements above.
      Yes, Israel is only being smart.

      Islamic nuts have wanted to destroy Israel for quite awhile.

      Islamic nuts hate & have killed people from Israel for quite awhile.

      Why does anyone think Israel would allow any Islamic nuts into their country ??????????????????????????????

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Captain Trips View Post

        Yes, Israel is only being smart.

        Islamic nuts have wanted to destroy Israel for quite awhile.

        Islamic nuts hate & have killed people from Israel for quite awhile.

        Why does anyone think Israel would allow any Islamic nuts into their country ??????????????????????????????
        Actually, Israel does allow Muslims to live and work in Israel. Heck, there's a Muslim party in the Knesset. List of Arab members of the Knesset - Wikipedia

        A democracy in the middle east in action and in reality. The only one, I think.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by eohrnberger View Post
          Actually, Israel does allow Muslims to live and work in Israel. Heck, there's a Muslim party in the Knesset. List of Arab members of the Knesset - Wikipedia

          A democracy in the middle east in action and in reality. The only one, I think.
          If they can keep it LOL

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Captain Trips View Post

            If they can keep it LOL
            I'm of the belief that they will. Why would you think that they wouldn't?

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            • #7
              Originally posted by eohrnberger View Post

              I'm of the belief that they will. Why would you think that they wouldn't?
              Was just applying one of Americas founders comments in the early days of America


              At the close of the Constitutional Convention of 1787, Franklin was queried as he left Independence Hall on the final day of deliberation. In the notes of Dr. James McHenry, one of Maryland's delegates to the Convention, a lady asked Dr. Franklin "Well Doctor what have we got, a republic or a monarchy."

              Franklin replied, "A republic . . . if you can keep it."


              Israel has the same pressures all humans bring to a country, as well as being tightly surrounded by enemies hell bent on their destruction.

              I hope they do remain, as I hope America does.

              Even with the internal enemies both countries have.

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              • #8
                A little more information about this matter.


                Reps. Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib. The pair of them were up to no good in their announced trip to Israel.

                Far from going there for the reasons normal people go, they wanted to hang out with terrorist-sympathizers and promote an anti-Israel boycott-divest-sanction campaign.

                The political nature of the trip was exposed by their refusal to go on a pro-offered bipartisan trip to the country, their acceptance of a different trip hosted by terrorist-linked sponsors, and creepiest of all, Tlaib's refusal of an invitation by Israel's prime minister for a humanitarian visa to make that one last trip to see her 90-year-old granny who might not be there for her next time, something Tlaib declined.

                Those details proved the whole trip to be nothing but a political stunt, and not surprisingly, Israel wasn't up for letting them do it on their time.

                They tried to damage Israel in other words, but failed miserably because Israel was smarter than them.

                Wouldn't that be a good reason to pretend you didn't even know these losers? Not for Nancy Pelosi. According to Fox News:
                “Israel’s denial of entry to Congresswomen Tlaib and Omar is a sign of weakness, and beneath the dignity of the great state of Israel," Pelosi said in a press release.
                She was responding to news that Israel had heeded Trump's call to refuse Reps. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., and Rashida Tlaib, D-Mich., entry based on their past statements, which some critics have deemed anti-Israel and anti-Semitic.

                Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer was even more oily about the whole thing, throwing in that Israel was the bad guy:

                So once again, the "squad" embarrasses the Democratic leadership, does something anti-Semitic, falls flat on their faces, and Democratic leaders are right there to hold out helping hands of support for them.

                Pelosi is once again standing by her squad, cleaning up after their messes, and the pawnhood she has accepted by this crew is far from over.

                It suggests that they've still got her over a barrel, and she's going always to be doing this. No matter what they try to pull, she'll be walking behind them with a custodian's tool for cleanup. It certainly would explain this picture here.

                She owns this. What it really highlights is that after all the dust of the last couple months, the Democrats remain nothing but putty in the hands of their craziest extremists.



                Omar's and Tlaib's support for the Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions (BDS) movement reveal that they in fact do not view Israel as an ally of the United States, do not want to promote true peace, and were seeking to use their trip as a Trojan horse to promote an anti-Israel agenda.

                Omar and Tlaib both support the BDS movement and voted against a bill, passed in the House of Representatives 398-17, that condemned BDS. The BDS movement is anti-Semitic as it applies a double standard to Israel, the only state for the Jews. BDS activists, including cofounder Omar Barghouti, have frequently asserted that the intention of the BDS movement is not to force Israel to leave Judea and Samaria (commonly referred to as the "West Bank"), nor is it to promote a two-state solution, but to bring about the destruction of Israel itself.

                True, after Israel's initial refusal to let Omar and Tlaib into the country, Tlaib later promised not to promote the boycott of Israel if she were allowed to see her grandmother. Israel approved her request. But Tlaib flipped, calling the terms "oppressive" and intended to "humiliate" her. This duplicity further highlighted Tlaib's true malicious intentions toward the Jewish state.

                Omar and Tlaib would have likely used their trip to weaponize hatred against Israel. For one, the trip was organized by PLO Executive Committee member Hanan Ashrawi's group Miftah. As I have stated before, the PLO/P.A. has a jihadist, anti-Semitic hatred for Israel that continues to this day. Ashrawi holds similarly hostile views and is a supporter of the BDS movement. Miftah's website supported Wafa Idress, a suicide bomber, and propagated the blood libel against the Jews. According to U.S. ambassador to Israel David Friedman, the tour was "organized by the most strident of BDS activists ... [and] is nothing more than an effort to fuel the BDS engine that Congresswomen Tlaib and Omar so vigorously support."

                The congresswomen were slated to visit Jerusalem (including the Temple Mount), Hebron, Bethlehem and Ramallah in their itinerary. Tlaib and Omar, either explicitly or implicitly through association, would have likely supported the following messages on this trip:
                • Arabs and the world entire should boycott Israel א la BDS.
                • The PLO/P.A.'s presence in Jerusalem is legitimate (given that the tour was sponsored by Ashrawi).
                • Israel economically oppresses the Arabs of Hebron (a canard debunked here).
                • Israeli "settlers" are occupiers of Judea and Samaria, despite the fact that they aren't and that they have an inalienable right to build there.
                • Arabs should build in Area C of Judea and Samaria, despite the P.A. and Israel agreeing under the Oslo Accords that Area C is solely under Israeli civil and military control.
                • The security barrier is immoral, despite its success in reducing Arab terror attacks in Israel by over 90 percent.
                • All descendants of Arabs fleeing Israel during Israel's War of Independence have a right to return to Israel. If realized, this would destroy Israel through demography.
                • Arab violence against Israel is justified, as both Tlaib and Omar have insinuated in the past.

                Each of the above is an intransigent position that demonizes Israel, does not promote peace, and is not in America's best interest.

                Israel's decision to deny entry to Omar and Tlaib is not a "Muslim ban." Over 72,000 Muslims visited Israel last year, most of which are from countries that have no diplomatic relations with the Jewish State. Given the incessant diplomatic, trade, and cultural boycott of Israel from most of the Muslim world, this number is quite impressive and shows a growing number of Muslims willing to break from the hatred of their co-religionists.

                Israel has every right to deny entry to anyone that seeks to do it harm. The United States has similarly barred several people from entering its borders based on ideology, including BDS-supporters Omar Barghouti and Hanan Ashrawi, both this year. Such is the right of any democracy. Israel made the right move in denying Omar and Tlaib their platform, and also by calling Tlaib's bluff by offering her a humanitarian visa to enter Israel. Omar's and Tlaib's opinions are nothing short of anti-Semitic and will only hurt prospects for peace in the region.



                Tlaib and Omar's Attempted Israel Trip Was Funded By Terror Linked Organization

                According to a recent report, the original planned trip was sponsored by a Palestinian based organization which has many members who support terrorist activities.




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                • #9
                  They are both antisemetic, hatefilled, terrorist supporting bigots and enemies to the nation of Israel. Israel is well within their moral and legal authority to deny them and their bile entry.

                  Nobody is shutting them up, merely saying they can't go to Israel with their ignorant hatred.

                  This is no different from our refusal to allow Gerry Adams into the U.S. on a number of occasions.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Marcus1124 View Post
                    They are both antisemetic, hatefilled, terrorist supporting bigots and enemies to the nation of Israel. Israel is well within their moral and legal authority to deny them and their bile entry.

                    Nobody is shutting them up, merely saying they can't go to Israel with their ignorant hatred.

                    This is no different from our refusal to allow Gerry Adams into the U.S. on a number of occasions.
                    Most amazing to ME, is that enemies of not only Israel, but America too, now sit in elected positions in our government.


                    How did that happen ?

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                    • #11
                      This woman hates and wants to boycott Israel - since she herself cannot remove it from Earth as she'd like - NOW she wants to boycott Bill Maher LOL

                      She has a boycott bug. I wonder what the next bee in her bonnet will be ?


                      Rep. Rashida Tlaib tweeted over the weekend viewers should boycott Bill Maher's HBO show after the comedian harshly criticized the international boycott movement against Israel.

                      "I am tired of folks discrediting a form of speech that is centered on equality and freedom," the Michigan Democrat wrote. "This is exactly how they tried to discredit & stop the boycott to stand up against the apartheid in S. Africa. It didn't work then and it won't now."

                      Israel barred Tlaib and Rep. Ilhan Omar from entering the country due to their support for the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions organization, the New York Post reported.

                      Maher bashed the BDS movement on HBO's 'Real Time' on Friday as a "bulls**** purity test by people who want to appear woke but actually slept through history class," according to The Hill.

                      He added that "Its predicated on this notion, I think - it's very shallow thinking - that the Jews in Israel, mostly white, and the Palestinians are browner, so they must be innocent and correct, and the Jews must be wrong."


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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Captain Trips View Post

                        If they can keep it LOL
                        It would be suicide if muslims thst voted outnumbered the non muslims in that democracy. For one thing is a given. A muslim in actions is first and fotemost a person of the book, the koran. And unlike christians the words in the book supercede all other things. Muslims make Christians in religiousity look like cavalier ppretenders.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Blue Doggy View Post
                          It would be suicide if muslims thst voted outnumbered the non muslims in that democracy. For one thing is a given. A muslim in actions is first and fotemost a person of the book, the koran. And unlike christians the words in the book supercede all other things. Muslims make Christians in religiousity look like cavalier ppretenders.
                          They do, and it is somewhat true even LOL

                          "Christians" have written and rewritten their own scripture, so many times, is has become meaningless - as has Christianity as a result !

                          Many so called Christians believe each of us can write his/her OWN version of scripture. .. it's no wonder Muslims might be disgusted with the western world

                          The latest version of the Bible -

                          The Queen James Bible


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