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Pollak: Ilhan Omar’s Antisemitism Attempts to Evade Truth — America Loves Israel

Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) was forced to apologize last month for antisemitic remarks accusing pro-Israel politicians of being paid off by the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC). Now she is in trouble again after she accused Americans who support Israel of showing “allegiance to a foreign country.” Both remarks have antisemitic connotations. And both show that Omar refuses to acknowledge the truth: that Americans genuinely support Israel. That truth persists despite the rights or wrongs of Israel’s conduct in any particular conflict, or indeed the case for Israel in general.…

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Caroline Glick: The Palestinians Are a Superpower at the UN But a Weak Mess in Reality

The United Nations (UN) is often a theater of the absurd, where events take place that represent the exact opposite of reality. So it was with the Palestinians and the G-77 last week. Palestinian Authority Chairman and Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) chief Mahmoud Abbas assumed the presidency Tuesday of the largest United Nationa bloc – the Group of 77 plus China — as the “President” of “the State of Palestine.” The G-77 has 134 member nations. On the face of things, electoral victory at the G-77 is a stunning victory…

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Rashida Tlaib’s New Office Map: Israel Renamed ‘Palestine’

Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-MI) was joined by political activist Linda Sarsour during her swearing-in ceremony on as a congresswoman on Thursday in Washington, DC. On the same day, a map in her new congressional office was photographed with an attached sticky note identifying Israel as “Palestine.” Someone has already made a slight alteration to the map that hangs in Rashida Tlaib’s new congressional office. pic.twitter.com/mwyshIog4r — Hannah Allam (@HannahAllam) January 3, 2019 Both Sarsour and Tlaib regularly express support for Palestinian”nationalism and describe themselves as “democratic socialists,” with the former…

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