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AIPAC
We disagree with Reps. Omar and Tlaib’s support for the anti-Israel and anti-peace BDS movement, along with Rep. Tlaib’s calls for a one-state solution. We also believe every member of Congress should be able to visit and experience our democratic ally Israel firsthand.
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Political Bread🍺 Aug 15
Replying to @AIPAC
You’re entitled to that belief. And Israel is entitled to enforce her laws of entry.
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Colin Young Aug 15
Replying to @HechtBread @AIPAC
Is that what they are doing?
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Saed kulmie 🇸🇴💉 Aug 15
Replying to @AIPAC
Even Aipac disagrees
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keep it real Aug 15
Replying to @AIPAC
...In public.
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Yuval Eylon Aug 15
Replying to @AIPAC
You support the systemic stuff that gives rise to this. This is no accident
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Bobby Sands Aug 15
Replying to @AIPAC @FreddyRoo2
You need to speak LOUDER. Maybe put the last sentence first. Here, I rewrote it for you: "We believe every member of Congress should be able to visit and experience our democratic ally Israel firsthand. We disagree with Reps. Omar and Tlaib’s support etc."
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S.L. Polishook🌊 Aug 15
Oh come on! This is a big deal. They are coming out on the right side here. The statment is VERY CLEAR
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Well...Actually Aug 15
Replying to @AIPAC
Thank you. It’s a slippery slope when you start denying entry to officials (anyone) to a country based on their religious beliefs.
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Madeleine Aug 15
Replying to @cariebh @AIPAC
I completely agree with you, but it's not their RELIGIOUS beliefs that this goes after. It's their POLITICAL ones. Now that's not to say that their politics isn't influenced by their religion, but there is a difference.
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