Rep Ilhan Omar is consistent. She supports all terrorists whether they be antifa or BLM in the United States or radical Islamists anywhere in the world. But she is calling Israel terrorists because they fought back against Muslims shooting at police and Hamas firing over 150 rockets into Israel.
How dare they defend themselves…? How could anyone have imagined just 20myears ago that there would be so many Democratic supporters of terrorism sitting in the House?
Omar is not the Squad member who gets hot just thinking about terrorists. She is joined by AOC, Rashida Tlaib and Ayanna Pressley.
I am ashamed that we have members of Congress who support terrorism. And remember, this from the party that claims conservatives are the dangerous ones. When you endorse those who would murder innocent people, you are no better than they are and in some ways, much worse.
The Squad claims that Israel is targeting civilians, but do they think taking 150 missiles into the heart of Israeli cities is targeting? Besides, let’s not forget the fact that Hamas has long been known for using civilians as human shields.
AOC says her life was threatened even when no protesters were even in the same building that she was in.
In response to the escalating situation, Omar tweeted: ‘Israeli air strikes killing civilians in Gaza is an act of terrorism. Palestinians deserve protection.
‘Unlike Israel, missile defense programs, such as Iron Dome, don’t exist to protect Palestinian civilians. It’s unconscionable to not condemn these attacks on the week of Eid.’
The other ‘squad’ members advocated for Palestinians following clashes with Israeli police on Friday. Tlaib, Ocasio-Cortez, and Pressley expressed their concerns on Twitter with Tlaib even taking aim at President Joe Biden.
‘I was 7 years old when I first prayed at the Al Aqsa with my sity. It’s a sacred site for Muslims. This is equivalent to attacking the Church of the Holy Sepulchre for Christians, or the Temple Mount for Jews. Israel attacks it during Ramadan. Where’s the outrage @POTUS?’ Tlaib wrote.