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By Allan Smith
Democratic freshman MP Ilhan Omar of Minnesota ̵
Omar, a supporter of the BDS boycott, devest and sanctioning movement, aimed to bring economic and political pressure to Israel because of it Exercising Palestinian Treatment That money drove US politicians to defend Israel.
Then she tweeted that AIPAC – the American Israeli Public Affairs Committee – paid politicians to support Israel.
Omar, a Somali refugee, was shot at by some Democrats. 19659010] For nearly two weeks, the Rep. @IlhanMN avoided meeting with me to discuss why such anti-Semitic tropics harm so many Americans. There is absolutely no room for this rhetoric in Congress – or anywhere else. https://t.co/0arhEAVyXO[19459009-RepresentantJoshGottheimer(@RepJoshG) February 11, 2019
AIPAC is a non-profit organization that donates not directly to the candidates, but for the promotion of a convinced Professionals Provide – The Israeli Embassy in Washington, DC responded to Omar, tweeted that it "is proud that we are involved in the democratic process to strengthen relations between the US and Israel."
"Our bipartisan efforts are reflective of American values and interests," the group continued. "We will in no way be deterred by ill-informed and unlawful attacks on this important work."
Chelsea Clinton, daughter of former President Bill Clinton and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, tweeted that she wanted to contact Omar's office on Monday to discuss "anti-Semitic tropics". Omar tweeted that she would like to talk to Clinton.
Omar, a member of the Foreign Office's Foreign Affairs Committee, originally responded in her first tweet to criticism from House Kevin McCarthy's minority chief over her earlier comments to Israel. McCarthy and other Republicans have called on the Democratic leadership to "take action" against Omar and Democratic Republican Rashida Tlaib of Michigan, another recently-elected Muslim woman, for criticizing Israel. McCarthy likened it to Republicans who opposed the racist remarks made by Republican Rep. Steve King of Iowa.
On CNN's "New Day" Monday, Democratic MP Dan Kildee from Michigan said he does not consider the tweets to be anti-Semitic.
"We should make sure that this is not understood in anything but a concern about the fact that money has an unreasonable impact on political decisions," he said. Allan Smith