U.S. Rep. Nicole Malliotakis of New York said that Ilhan Omar would only be an ‘embarrassment’ had she been part of the congressional delegation.
Although he is little remembered today, a Jewish Congressman from Brooklyn is responsible for some of the most significant legislation of the 20th century. Emanuel Celler was the principal author of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Voting Rights Act of 1965 and the Immigration and Naturalization Act of 1965. He also spearheaded the 23rd, 24th and 25th Amendments to the U.S. Constitution — the latter frequently discussed during the term of former President Trump.
The idea of convening the lawmakers was spurred by reports of rising antisemitism amid a national reckoning around racial injustice.
“Apartheid states aren’t democracies,” she wrote in a tweet that garnered more than a quarter million likes.
‘I wish the Iron Dome was not needed but am glad it is in place today,’ Eric Lynn said in wake of intensive Hamas rocket fire.
The progressive congressman from New York suggested the legislation seeks to advance a two-state solution.
Clarke, Biden’s nominee to lead the DOJ’s Civil Rights Division, touts career-long record fighting antisemitism at Senate hearing.
Amid GOP attacks, the Jewish Council for Public Affairs sent a letter to the Senate defending Kristen Clarke’s record on antisemitism.
Progressive Rep. engaged in ‘thoughtful conversation’ after slamming Israel’s ‘cruel’ treatment of the Palestinians in vaccination distribution.
‘I didn’t even know and didn’t find out until recently that the Rothchilds were Jewish,’ the Georgia Republican told an Orthodox publication.