Rep. According to reports, Ilhan Omar, D-Minn, reprinted, then erased a Twitter post that accused her of anti-Semitism after being summoned on both sides of the path to report that the US's relationship with Israel was "all about Benjamin , dear ".
The ink that he claims to have published is from Joshua Zaitz, a historian. The tweezed question started as if it had supported the previous comments of the first congressman. He writes that he is "one of those American Jews who oppose the occupation, complains about Israel's anti-democratic drift, and does not regard the country as particularly central to my Jewish identity."
Tvit goes on: "And I know exactly Which meant the congressman She could have called us with a nose
The media had picked up the screen that was quickly erased.
Omar, who became the first Somali American woman elected to Congress in November, responded earlier to a Twitter post
Fox News came to Omar's office earlier on Monday and did not receive an immediate response by journalist Glen Greenwalk, who criticized Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., is threatening to take action against Omar and another freshman deputy, Rashida Tileb, D-Mich.
Greenwalk accused McCarthy of directing Omar and Tileb for their many criticisms of Israel, which Omar has said, "It's all about Benjamin, dear ", quoting Puff Daddy's 1
"I will be glad to know who @IlhanMN thinks she pays US politicians to pro-Israel, although I think I can guess" Hungarian-Sargon wrote. This is the second anti-Semitic troop you have twitched. "
In reply Omar wrote" AIPAC! ". referring to the US State Committee on Public Affairs, which is regularly blamed by progressives for agonizing a conflict with Iran.
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: "She talks about the influence of Israel and this immediately turns into anti-Semitism. Is it also an Islamophobia to attack Saudi Arabia's influence on American politics exactly the same way? "
She republished another publication that reads," An accurate description of how the Israeli lobby is not anti-Semitism. "
News" Samuel Chamberlain contributed to this report