EPIC FAIL: Rashida Tlaib And Her BDS Haters Have Websites Built By….. Israel [WATCH THE VIDEO]

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This is embarrassing display of hypocrisy: freshman member of US Congress Rashida Tlaib has been exposed by the Israel Advocacy Group as using Israeli technology for her website, despite supporting and pushing the anti-semitic BDS movement.

Rashida Tlaib is arguably the most famous advocate of boycotting Israel in America.

It wasn’t just Rashida that was caught. Watch this video where many anti-Israel activists and BDS endorsers were caught using Israeli built websites powered by Wix.

Tlaib is the daughter of Palestinian immigrants and became one of the first female Muslim members of Congress this month. She has vowed to vote against all US aid for Israel. She was seen at her victory party wrapped in a Palestinian flag. She has also campaigned with another newly elected Muslim congresswoman who has called Israel an “apartheid regime”.

Tlaib made national headlines just hours after being sworn in, when she used horrible profanity to describe President Donald Trump when promising her 13-year-old son that he would be impeached.

She also recently made headlines when a well-known anti-Semite and terrorist supporter named Abbas Hamideh tweeted out a photo of himself with the Congresswoman which went viral and made headlines.

Abbas Hamideh is the executive director of the “U.S.-based Palestine Right to Return Coalition”. He has a long hateful history of calling Israel a “terrorist entity,” has equated Zionists to Nazis, said Israel has a “delusional ISIS-like ideology,” and called the creation of the country a “crime.”

Hamideh has praised arch-terrorist Hassan Nasrallah, the leader of the Hezbollah Terrorist Organization in Lebanon. Hezbollah has been designated a terrorist organization by the United States and other nations.

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16 COMMENTS

  1. Sadly, there is a long history of anti-Semites using Jewish money, Jewish service providers, jewish technology etc. when it served their vile interests. When confronted with the blatant hypocrisy, they either claimed not to be aware or simply ignored the question or demonized the questioner.

  2. Is this much different than Satmar not recognizing the state of Israel but using the phones, roads, hospitals etc. that are all powered by the state of Israel?

  3. She is horrible — a lying deplorable anti-Semite — but don’t criticize her for he language unless you also criticize Trump for his even worse language.

  4. “Is this much different than Satmar not recognizing the state of Israel but using the phones, roads, hospitals etc. that are all powered by the state of Israel?”

    It is VERY different. The Satmar Rav had nothing against Yidden; even those who chose to settle in Eretz HaKodesh and even those who subscribed to a more Zionist philosophy. It is well known he provided them charity funds, advice, and moral support as he would any Yid. His ahavas Yisroel was unparalleled.

    What he was against was supporting the idea of a Jewish State. Therefore one cannot be vote in national elections. But he never, for example, prohibited voting in local elections (even though many of his chasidim will not). There is much to write and much to clarify, but there is indeed a major difference.

  5. Jew Yorker: it’s actually like a sizeable portion of the Israeli left — personified by the Labor Party Meretz, and now Gantz’s (mistranslated) “Resilience Israel” Party. That the state of Israel has no moral, ethical, historic right to exist. And guess what? They too make full use “of the phones, roads, hospitals etc. that are all powered by the state.” And they are much more numerous and influential world-wide.

  6. It is also well known that he viewed anti-Israel sentiments by non-Jews as being anti-Jewish as has been well publicized and documented that he asked presidential candidate Hubert H. Humphrey about his views on Israel and the Rebbe explained to his chasidim afterwards that that was his purpose in doing so; to determine his views in general on Jews.

  7. To clarify my prior comments: Chas vshalom, anyone of the YWN chachamim commenting on this chat should infer I meant the Satmar Rav had an iota of hate for a fellow Jew. My only point was to point out the irony of having no problem making use of the benefits provided to you by an entity you don’t believe should even exist.

  8. This is no different then frum political leaders who push for yiden to vote for those who are pro gay marriage, pro abortion, pro lgbtq etc.
    As long as the end$$ justify the mean$$ , its all good.

  9. “My only point was to point out the irony of having no problem making use of the benefits provided to you by an entity you don’t believe should even exist.”
    Precisely my point. An individual who invents a useful item – be it for curing people or simply making our lives easier/better/more efficient – is not an entity. He/She is an individual. And if he/she is a Yid, there is no issue of embracing it.
    When we hear so much about “it’s all politics” it is refreshing and encouraging to see people who are above all that. That the leaders of these people are individuals we would never think would behave in that way, only makes it a greater lesson in moral fortitude and commitment.

  10. Look, face it, people. Being anti-Israel is the wave of the future. Look at the younger generation. By far and wide the younger set hates Israel, and probably Jews. When they grow up they will be in charge. Things are going to change drastically.