Newly Elected Muslim Congresswomen Favor Eliminating Israel

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It really is outrageous that we have two Islamic misfits elected to office for no obvious reason other than they fill a “diversity” slot. There is nothing to suggest that either of them has any qualifications that one would think should be a prerequisite for office. Their first week as “elected officials” indicates that their only agenda is to press their Jew-hating proclivities.
 
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New Muslim congresswomen favor eliminating Israel

I am so happy they stated that is the long term Goal. For that reason alone Israel will never give up any more territory or allow " Right of Return"
This is a rightwing lie – neither support ‘eliminating Israel.’
Leftwing lie; Try reading the article. “ From the River to the Sea Palestine will be set free”. Tell us why one of them erased Israel from the Map and renamed the entire area( Israel and the “ occupied territories “ “ Palestine “ You are too stupid to know the difference
 
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It really is outrageous that we have two Islamic misfits elected to office for no obvious reason other than they fill a “diversity” slot. There is nothing to suggest that either of them has any qualifications that one would think should be a prerequisite for office. Their first week as “elected officials” indicates that their only agenda is to press their Jew-hating proclivities.
Let them talk. They are giving reasons why Israel should not participate in any more “ negotiations “
 

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It really is outrageous that we have two Islamic misfits elected to office for no obvious reason other than they fill a “diversity” slot. There is nothing to suggest that either of them has any qualifications that one would think should be a prerequisite for office. Their first week as “elected officials” indicates that their only agenda is to press their Jew-hating proclivities.
Let them talk. They are giving reasons why Israel should not participate in any more “ negotiations “
I agree. I suppose my complaint was directed more at the abysmal state of politics here in the U.S. A pair of chuckleheads with no obvious qualifications for elected office have nothing better to do than launch into the expected diatribes aimed at Israel and the Jewish people.
 

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Good lord. The audacity of it. How dare they elect a Muslim to office in America. Of course they can’t possibly be qualified!

The problem is neither supports eliminating Israel. They support a one state solution. Something Some pro-Israeli’s have been supporting as well. One supports the right of return in a very eloquent manner that echos the same feelings of “right of return” that Jews have toward the land of their ancestors. Seems the Islamophobia bias is showing.

The so called diatribe was nothing more then answering a specific question from the interviewer. The OP took a tiny fragment of the interview out of a richer context, the entire interview is here:

Rashida Tlaib on Democratic Socialism and Why She Supports the Palestinian Right of Return
 

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Quote from the OP article: "It has to be a one state solution. Separate but equal doesn't work".

Doesn't it? Former Yugoslavia? Former Czechoslovakia? Former USSR? There are dozens and dozens of examples of countries forming an Independent self-determination since WWI. In point of fact, "separate but equal" has been the go-to solution for ethnic and cultural and national self-determination for a century. And as a solution to ethnic and cultural conflict. For a century. Why is that when the Jewish people want to do it, it suddenly "doesn't work"?
 

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Good lord. The audacity of it. How dare they elect a Muslim to office in America. Of course they can’t possibly be qualified!

The problem is neither supports eliminating Israel. They support a one state solution. Something Some pro-Israeli’s have been supporting as well. One supports the right of return in a very eloquent manner that echos the same feelings of “right of return” that Jews have toward the land of their ancestors. Seems the Islamophobia bias is showing.

The so called diatribe was nothing more then answering a specific question from the interviewer. The OP took a tiny fragment of the interview out of a richer context, the entire interview is here:

Rashida Tlaib on Democratic Socialism and Why She Supports the Palestinian Right of Return
The problem you want to sidestep around is the nonsensical “right of return”. That concept is an insidious attempt to suggest that falsely labeled “refugees”; hundreds of thousands of Arabs-Moslems who are UNRWA welfare fraud recipients who are not refugees at all. Israel has no responsibility to assume the political, economic and social burden of waves of people whose politico-religious ideology centers around insensate Jew hatreds.
 
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Good lord. The audacity of it. How dare they elect a Muslim to office in America. Of course they can’t possibly be qualified!

The problem is neither supports eliminating Israel. They support a one state solution. Something Some pro-Israeli’s have been supporting as well. One supports the right of return in a very eloquent manner that echos the same feelings of “right of return” that Jews have toward the land of their ancestors. Seems the Islamophobia bias is showing.

The so called diatribe was nothing more then answering a specific question from the interviewer. The OP took a tiny fragment of the interview out of a richer context, the entire interview is here:

Rashida Tlaib on Democratic Socialism and Why She Supports the Palestinian Right of Return
A “ One State Solution “ where the entire area is Palestinian and the word Israel isn’t even on it is eradication of Israel. If that isn’t it I don’t know what is.
 

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Good lord. The audacity of it. How dare they elect a Muslim to office in America. Of course they can’t possibly be qualified!

The problem is neither supports eliminating Israel. They support a one state solution. Something Some pro-Israeli’s have been supporting as well. One supports the right of return in a very eloquent manner that echos the same feelings of “right of return” that Jews have toward the land of their ancestors. Seems the Islamophobia bias is showing.

The so called diatribe was nothing more then answering a specific question from the interviewer. The OP took a tiny fragment of the interview out of a richer context, the entire interview is here:

Rashida Tlaib on Democratic Socialism and Why She Supports the Palestinian Right of Return
A “ One State Solution “ where the entire area is Palestinian and the word Israel isn’t even on it is eradication of Israel. If that isn’t it I don’t know what is.
I believe the bottom line is really obvious. There is no instance, anywhere across the Islamist Middle East where a Moslem population either accommodates or grudgingly accepts a Jewish or non-Islamic population. Jews and Christians have largely been purged across the Islamist Middle East. This is why it is such irony when posters in this thread whine and moan about “genocide” of Arabs-Moslems masquerading as “Pal’istanians”.

The so-called “right of return” is nothing more than window dressing on the hopes of Islamic supremacists to flood the state of Israel with Arabs-Moslems who would quickly turn Israel into just another Islamic terrorist war zone.
 

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Quote from the OP article: "It has to be a one state solution. Separate but equal doesn't work".

Doesn't it? Former Yugoslavia? Former Czechoslovakia? Former USSR? There are dozens and dozens of examples of countries forming an Independent self-determination since WWI. In point of fact, "separate but equal" has been the go-to solution for ethnic and cultural and national self-determination for a century. And as a solution to ethnic and cultural conflict. For a century. Why is that when the Jewish people want to do it, it suddenly "doesn't work"?
I agree, though in the case of Arab nationalism the underlying motive is unity rather than independence, a return to an empire like USSR. Baath and Palestinian nationalism are intertwined, the Baath party flag and Palestinian (actually the flag of 4 caliphates) are one. Except that in case of the Palestinian nationalism, unlike any country that separated from the Ottomans or the USSR there was a rooted indigenous nation, that has history of self rule and distinct identity upon which to build an independent country, which totally lacks in the Palestinian case, there's nothing to rely upon of that nature. That's why Palestinian nationalism first move was to cede all land to Syria and support a king from Mecca, it is essentially what Arafat called "One Arab state from Morroco to Aden" - it's the opposite of independent self determination, and anyone supporting the cause is inevitably stuck in this paradigm for lack of any other outcome from the Palestinian lexicon other than support for Muslim imperialism.

When Tlaib talks about "Israel becoming like America", it means to erase Israel's independence by making it a province of a bigger Arab state, like a state in the US, but in a much worse sense of either an experimental Arab version of a socialist centralized state like the USSR or even worse, and a more likely outcome - Caliphate.

The Palestinian cause is inevitably stuck, it was set as weapon in an entirely different environment and time, different war, with those who set it like that taking an opposite position. Outdated...like an AOL email account.
 

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Good lord. The audacity of it. How dare they elect a Muslim to office in America. Of course they can’t possibly be qualified!

The problem is neither supports eliminating Israel. They support a one state solution. Something Some pro-Israeli’s have been supporting as well. One supports the right of return in a very eloquent manner that echos the same feelings of “right of return” that Jews have toward the land of their ancestors. Seems the Islamophobia bias is showing.

The so called diatribe was nothing more then answering a specific question from the interviewer. The OP took a tiny fragment of the interview out of a richer context, the entire interview is here:

Rashida Tlaib on Democratic Socialism and Why She Supports the Palestinian Right of Return
The problem is not that she's a Muslim but that she wants to erase the Jewish state.
All mention of 1 or 2 states in case of Arab nationalism is deception. There're already 2 Arab states and 3 Arab governments, at best what they suggest is 2 bigger Arab states - on both sides of the river.
All talk is about no Jewish state and legal backup for antisemitism.

And thats even before we talk about all the other Jew haters on her team.
 
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The problem is not that she's a Muslim but that she wants to erase the Jewish state.
I fail to see that as a problem. ... :cool:
Other than Israel is already the best Arab country in the world, and You want to turn it into another one of those shithols Muslims keep running from to the US?
 

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Other than Israel is already the best Arab country in the world, and You want to turn it into another of those shithols You ran from to the US?
Israel is an apartheid terrorist state ruled by criminal psychopaths. .. :cuckoo:
Couldn't be further from truth, Israel and the US are the same on democracy index, Israel is also the 11th happiest country in the world.

We both know if Israel opens its gates - half of the Arabs in the middle east move there the 1st day, and the other half would abandon their shithole countries on the second day.

Ask Your fellow welfare frauds in Europe, they don't see a problem with turning the countries in which they have the highest quality of life into another version of the same tyrannies they ran from.

I just wonder when Tlaib starts selling Sharia as the last thing to "save America".
 
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BDS is actively intertwined with Hamas. Hamas vows the extermination of Jews in their very charter. Both of these subhumans know that, I'm sure.

I left the Democratic party a few years ago because it had abandoned liberalism in favor of this sort of retarded identity politics and because of the increasing antisemitism.

It's getting worse and more vicious all the time.
 

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