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By Alan Smith
The Democratic Republican Prime Minister Ilhan Omar of Minnesota, one of the first two Muslim women elected in Congress last fall, is charged with sending a string of "anti-Semitic "Twentieth in relation to the Israeli lobby in the United States
Omar, a supporter of BIS ̵
She then writes that AIPAC, the US Commission on Public Relations, pays politicians to support Israel.
Omar, a Somali refugee, was fired by some Democrats. For almost two weeks, Rep. @IlhanMN avoids meeting me to discuss why anti-Semitic tropics such as these are harmful to so many Americans. There is no absolute place for this rhetoric in Congress – or anywhere. https://t.co/0arhEAVyXO
– Rep Josh Gottheimer (@RepJoshG) February 11, 2019
AIPAC, a non-profit that does not donate directly to candidates but works to promote a hard-spoken Israel message in Washington in response to Omar, on Twitter that he is "proud to be engaged in the democratic process of strengthening relations between the United States and Israel."
"Our bipartisan efforts reflect America's values and interests," Tvit said. "We will not be deterred by ill-informed and illegal attacks on this important job."
Chelsea Clinton, the daughter of former President Bill Clinton and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton wrote that she would reach the Omaric office on Monday discussing the "anti-Semitic tropics." Omar writes that she would be happy to talk to Clinton
Omar, Member of the Committee on Foreign Affairs, initially answered its earliest tweed of criticism by the minority leader Kevin McCarthy over her previous comments on Israel. McCarthy and other Republicans have called on the Democratic leadership to "take action" with regard to Omar and the Comrade Democratic Republic of Rashida Tileb of Michigan, another recently elected Muslim, because of their criticism of Israel. McCarthy compares him to the Republicans who have taken action on the racist remarks made by Republican representative Steve King of Iowa. Semitic.
"We have to be careful not to interpret this in anything but anxious about the fact that money has an undue influence on political decision making," he said.