ILHAN OMAR FACES POSSIBLE BAN FROM GAINING ACCESS TO ISREAL ACCORDING TO NEW PETITION

Israeli legal NGO Shurat HaDin filed a petition in a Jerusalem court this week seeking to block US Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) from being allowed entry into the Jewish state. The Times of Israel reports that Shurat HaDin asked the Jerusalem District Court to demand that Interior Minister Aryeh Deri deny Omar’s entry during her visit to Israel with other members of Congress later this month.

Rep. Ilhan Omar, congresswoman representative of minnesota

Under a strict law enacted by Israel in 2017, the state may ban any foreigner from entering the country that “knowingly makes a public call for a boycott of Israel”. Something she has repeatedly done in and outside of Congress

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Shuran HaDin said its petition included proof of Omar’s activities supporting the BDS movement, including her sponsorship of a bill to allow boycotting Israel earlier this month. The NGO also cited a recent tweet by US President Donald Trump calling on Omar and Tlaib to apologize to Israel, the White House and the American people due to their “horrible statements.”

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Gino Johnson
September 8, 2019 at 11:05 AM

Send American and jew hating Ilhan Omar back to Somalia, She should have never been able to be elected into Congress.



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