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May 10 2023
House Speaker Kevin McCarthy canceled an upcoming event at the U.S. Capitol hosted by Rep. Rashida Tlaib, D-Mich., that would have decried Israel as a "catastrophe" for Palestinians and the world. Tlaib had sought to reserve space at the Captiol Visitor Center to mark the "Nakba," a Palestinian term for the 1948 founding of Israel that translates to "catastrophe." McCarthy decried her plans asFox News (Online News)
Jul 18 2022
Two men who held key positions at nonprofit groups that were found liable in a Hamas terror financing scheme helped organize campaign fundraising events for Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-MI) in 2018.
The men, who organized events that were paid for by Tlaib's campaign, were associated with a network of nonprofit groups that were found liable by a federal jury in 2004 for financing the terroristWashington Examiner
Feb 16 2020
Rep. Rashida Tlaib was briefly detained by police Friday during a protest with airline workers at Detroit Metro Airport. The congresswoman was on hand to demand better pay and health care for the employees.
“We won’t stop until we get #fairwages & #healthcare. These courageous people got arrested tonight at DTW b/c they believe workers deserve human dignity,” the Michigan DemocratNew York Post (News)
Feb 23 2022
Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-Mich.) will deliver a response to President Biden’s State of the Union address next week on behalf of the progressive Working Families Party group, in a rare instance of a formal response by a member of the president’s own party.
Tlaib’s speech, first reported by Politico, is expected to be a call for her fellow Democrats — particularly its members who have blockedWashington Post
Nov 18 2023
Arizona State University canceled an event originally scheduled for Friday afternoon where Rep. Rashida Talib, D-Mich., was set to speak. The event, “Palestine is an American issue,” was scheduled for Friday at 4 p.m. and organized by the Arizona Palestine Network, which isn’t a university-affiliated organization. In a statement to Fox News Digital, an ASU spokesperson said the event didn’tHotAir
Dec 29 2023
Just one month after the House voted to censure "Squad" member Rep. Rashida Tlaib over her rhetoric about the Israel-Hamas war, key Democrats are remaining quiet after she condemned Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu as a "genocidal maniac" and accused members of Congress of supporting a "war criminal" by meeting with him. "Genocidal maniac. Every member of Congress who sits down withNewsmax (News)
May 09 2023
House Speaker Kevin McCarthy on Tuesday foiled Rep. Rashida Tlaib’s attempt to host an event at the Capitol Building with anti-Israel groups that decries the founding of the Jewish State as a “catastrophe.” “This event in the US Capitol is canceled,” McCarthy (R-Calif.) announced in a tweet on Tuesday. “Instead, I will host a bipartisan discussion to honor the 75th anniversary of the US-IsraelNew York Post (News)
May 10 2023
Kevin McCarthy squashes Rashida Tlaib’s antisemitic event on Capitol–hosts pro-Israel program instead
Rabbi Abraham Cooper, the associate dean of the Simon Wiesenthal Center, which combats anti-Semitism, told the Washington Free Beacon, "The real Nakba is [that Tlaib] got elected to represent her district and the American people in Congress. She could have been and should have been someone who would work tirelessly to bring Palestinians and Israelis together to make peace. Instead, sheThe Post Millennial
Nov 07 2023
[Make sure to read Robert Spencer’s contributions in Jamie Glazov’s new book: Barack Obama’s True Legacy: How He Transformed America.] Facing censure in the House of Representatives over her antisemitism and thinly veiled support for Hamas, the Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-Ramallah) is fighting back using a strategy that Islamic spokesmen in the West have frequently favored over the years: she’sFrontPage Magazine
Aug 16 2019
After the Israeli government agreed to allow U.S. Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib entry into the West Bank to visit her relatives during an overseas humanitarian trip, the Michigan Democrat says she's now changing her plans amid widespread outcry, slamming Israeli leadership for their initial ban.
"When I won, it gave the Palestinian people hope that someone will finally speak the truthCBS News (Online)