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Report: Rashida Tlaib Member of Facebook Group That Celebrates Hamas

Report: Rashida Tlaib Member of Facebook Group That Celebrates Hamas

The founder of the group has ties to Tlaib and is, to the surprise of no one, a rabid anti-Semite.

Fox News reported that Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-MI) belongs to a Facebook group that celebrates Hamas in its longtime fight to annihilate Israel and murder Jews.

I haven’t seen Tlaib, who has no problem showing off her hatred for Israel and Jews, confirm she belongs to the Palestinian American Congress/USA Facebook group.

The Tlaib in the group joined in 2018, which coincides with her Congressional campaign.

The screenshot on Fox News matches Tlaib’s personal Facebook account.

However, the founder, Maher Abdel Qadar (I’ve seen it spelled many ways. Sometimes Abdel-qadar), has ties to Tlaib and other leftist politicians.

Qadar has a history of antisemitism as well. In 2016, he posted an article claiming that “Jews are ‘satanic’ and ‘practice subversion and treason.'”

Qadar also shared a graphic naming many Jewish Congress members who supposedly “have dual loyalty to Israel and the United States.” The “dual loyalty” is an antisemitic trope. Squad member and antisemite Rep. Ilhan Omar has repeated that trope, among many others.

Palestinian American Congress is a hidden group, meaning it won’t appear if you search for it.

Recent posts have glorified Hamas since it invaded Israel, killing over 1200 and kidnapping 240:

On Oct. 12, one group member posted: “We don’t want to throw you in the sea…we want you to ride it back from where you came.” The message was accompanied by a picture of an elderly Israeli woman and a Hamas fighter holding her captive.

On Oct. 19, another group member wrote about the “achievements” of the “resistance in Northern occupied Palestine,” including dozens of dead Israeli soldiers. The post included a picture of a Hamas fighter.

A member slammed the American media on October 10:

“Since yesterday I have been attached to the TV watching the news,” one group member posted on Oct. 10, addressing the “American Media” and saying, “You, and the people directing you, are the problem, you created it almost 100 years ago, made it official 75 years ago and you have been feeding its flam ever since.”

“You consider Hamas a terrorist organization and I am not going to argue with you at the same time you have been broadcasting that they have been killing women and children, guess that is what terrorists do at the same time no mention to the killing of Palestinian women, children and entire families killed on a daily basses (sic) by the [peace-loving] state of Israel using American gifts of weapons and jet fighters.”

“Yesterday I didn’t see Hamas I saw the grand kids (sic) of the refugees that ethnically cleansed from their homeland attacking the grand kids (sic) of the colonists whom sent them to diaspora,” they later wrote.


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Is this supposed to be some kind of surprise? It’s not like we couldn’t see that she’s always been a poorly concealed terrorist

Imagine that. Even though she told us how she cares for all people and cries so easily, except for Jews. Her eyeglasses are ugly, too.

It seems like refuting her point of view would be more fruitful than calling her an anti-semite.

Is it just that her people have an average IQ of 83 and Israel has an average IQ of 103 and so they have more stuff? Start there. How can the 83’s get more stuff? The usual way is trade. As Israel repeatedly offers, and it’s always blown up by Hamas.

The law of comparative (not competitive) advantage guarantees everybody works. Comparative advantage is why the economics department secretary walks papers to the dean’s office even thought the economics department chairman walks faster than she does.

Then see what happens.

    Refuting her point of view? More idiocy. Your IQ analysis is pretty dumb, too.

      You’ve got to disarm Arab envy. Here’s your problem, here’s your fix. Analogous to suggesting teaching good character in school instead of resentment in the US. Same IQ spread, curiously.

        Disarm Arab envy? Sounds like some dumb professor professing. It’s not Arab envy. River to the sea is not about envy. Accusations that Israel is apartheid or engaged is genocide is not about envy. It’s about hate and it’s based on something much deeper. You should try some history sometime. But keep obsessing about IQ. That will solve everything.

          Smart minorities are always hated living among dumber populations. They seem to have all the stuff. The only explanation is that they stole it. Expat Chinese in SE Asia for example.

          There’s nothing special about Jews except that they’re smart (Ashkenazi 115) and the local population is not.

          Whites in America have the same situation with blacks, who since the mid 60s have taken up resentment as their path to progress instead of good character. The solution is getting them back to good character, as in the 50s when it was working.

          You have no real idea what motivates hate. That is obvious. Which is why you seem fixated on IQ. There are more componets of hatred than you can count, and sometimes it’s the smart people hating the less smart people. Ever been called Cletus?

          Blacks have not only achieved through resentment. Your zero sum analysis gets a zero. More importantly, generalizing that black people do not have good character is racist.

        DaveGinOly in reply to rhhardin. | November 16, 2023 at 12:37 am

        I’m reading a history of Mandatory Palestine, One Palestine, Complete, and the records of many British observers of the Zionists (not the native Jews) and the Arabs remarked on this disparity. Indeed, Zionist committees around the world (which selected people for immigration) were directed by their leadership in Palestine to only send “useful” persons to Palestine, and favored young men capable of doing agricultural work and handling a rifle. The immigration of the infirm, the criminal, the alcoholic, and other undesirables was not just discouraged, but many of those who arrived by misrepresenting themselves were sent back to their countries of origin (the nascent Jewish government in Palestine figuring a ticket back was less costly than having a person permanently on the dole in Palestine, and a drain on Zionist coffers). This selection process established early on a qualitative difference between the Jewish and Arab populations.

      rhhardin was making lots of anti-semitic noise over on Instapundit. For one, according to him, Jews only imagine antisemitism.

        rhhardin in reply to Crawford. | November 15, 2023 at 5:11 pm

        Was it this?

        Car beams light up the front of a building. (In which street? There are so many behind and before him that he cannot remember.) He reads: MORT AUX JUIFS JEWS GO HOME scrawled in white chalk, in caps. In which street? In several streets. On several walls. He tried to decipher all the graffiti. He read and reread MORT AUX JUIFS at each halt, at each corner, at the same corner, at each halt. All he saw any more were those three words on the walls. (Perhaps they did not even exist–I mean, for the other passers-by). All he saw any more were those twelve letters, transparent, on the glass pane of his memory… “My God,” he murmurs. “The hands of the years show always the same hour.”

        Jabes, Book of Questions

        Edmond Jabes is the poet of Jewish alienation. His point is the parenthetical – it might be imaginary but it’s certainly part of this fellow’s consciousness.

        The two poles are alienation (attachment to prophets) and member of the polis (attachment to Greek philosophers). Life is lived between the two. Here’s sociologist Erving Goffman on the pair, in _Asylums_

        The simplest sociological view of the individual and his self is that he is to himself what his place in an organization defines him to be. When pressed, a sociologist modifies this model by granting certain complications : the self may be not yet formed or may exhibit conflicting dedications. Perhaps we should further complicate the construct by elevating these qualifications to a central place, initially defining the individual, for sociological purposes, as a stance-taking entity, a something that takes up a position somewhere between identificaton with an organization and opposition to it, and is ready at the slightest pressure to regain its balance by shifting its involvement to either direction. It is thus _against something_ that the self can emerge. This has been appreciated by students of totalitarianism …

        I have argued the same case in regard to total institutions. May this not be the situation, however, in free society, too?

        Without something to belong to, we have no stable self, and yet total commitment and attachment to any social unit implies a kind of selflessness. Our sense of being a person can come from being drawn into a wider social unit ; our sense of selfhood can arise through the little ways in which we resist the pull. Our status is backed by the solid buildings of the world, while our sense of personality identity often resides in the cracks.

        Goffman _Asylums_ “The Underlife of a Public Institution” p.320

        Alienation is a very fruitful creative tool, as is evidenced by the enormous amount of Jewish scholarship.

        In the hands of the masses, it’s not so great. It leads to shortcuts to claims of privilege via victimhood, instead of having to justify the present each time.

        No doubt. It’s been seen here, too.

    JohnSmith100 in reply to rhhardin. | November 16, 2023 at 9:19 pm

    And Ashkenazi Jews 115 IQ

Imagine if some Republican had just been outed for being part of a KKK facebook group or some other kind of groupchat. That would have been expelled before the close of business…and the vote would have been nearly unanimous.

And yet, here she is. The story isn’t even being covered by the MSM.

    CommoChief in reply to TargaGTS. | November 15, 2023 at 5:41 pm

    The KKK was/is a domestic entity while Hamas is a foreign entity. That said this may very well be changing before our eyes. The domestic useful idiots joining hands in support of Hamas together with foreign Students admitted to our Universities who were indoctrinated prior to arrival is bad. Especially when our own K-12 as well as our Univ double down and reinforce this ideological indoctrination of hate.

    The physical violence has been limited so far but the bullying and intimidation have been running wild and seems tacitly endorsed by the Univ administration. If it were not then they would expel the bad actors but instead they coddle and shield them from potential deportation. I suspect that it will take some horrific violent act to put the ideology of Hamas on par with the KKK in the minds of our leaders who seem unable to confront the reality that these whackos are damn dangerous.

A real reporter might take bits and pieces from this document, and ask her if she supports it:

That’s the expurgated translation of the HAMAS Covenant . Some of the choice bits have been removed, but it still remains a contract to commit genocide.

And a reporter might want to ask her to respond to this:

Hamas & the Attack on Israel | Douglas Murray The Nov 7 attack

The IDS intercepted a lot of the videos that the HAMAS attackers took on Nov 7, and it suggests that HAMAS has actually succeeded in fulfilling one of the expurgated clauses from the original translation of the Hamas Covenant. That is they have destroyed the souls of their young soldiers. It’s enough to make a parent of other children half a world away cry.

Is tlaib making terroristic threats on FB again??

Why is she like that??

    Milhouse in reply to smooth. | November 15, 2023 at 10:34 pm

    No, she’s not making any threats. She (or whomever she pays to manage her accounts) is too smart to do that publicly. They know you can get arrested for that, so they stop short of it.

She needs to cover her face, and not for religious reasons.

Quelle surprise… 🙄

Tlaib (D-Hamas) is a pos of the highest order. We all know that. What I want to know is why she is still in the House

    ChrisPeters in reply to diver64. | November 15, 2023 at 8:17 pm

    Why? Because there are so many people in this country, both in government and in her district, who think and believe as she does.

    We are in big trouble.

      JohnSmith100 in reply to ChrisPeters. | November 16, 2023 at 9:26 pm

      Remember that Henry Ford funded the Nazis and populated Dearborn, MI with Arabs because he hated Jews. He was a POS in many ways.

“The “dual loyalty” is an antisemitic trope. Squad member and antisemite Rep. Ilhan Omar has repeated that trope, among many others.”

You mean… just like Tlaib’s?

“The message was accompanied by a picture of an elderly Israeli woman and a Hamas fighter holding her captive.”

Huh? If Grandma is being held captive, why is SHE holding the assault rifle… and smiling at the camera?

    DaveGinOly in reply to henrybowman. | November 16, 2023 at 12:43 am

    The answer to your last question is obvious – Grandma was actually holding the Hamas fighter hostage.

    JohnSmith100 in reply to henrybowman. | November 16, 2023 at 9:38 pm

    As soon as they finished the photo op, they probably abused her in many painful ways and then burned her alive, I am sure that all Hamas deserve a painful end and that a majority of Arabs in Palestine probably deserve the same. Patholigical liars, thieves and murderers.

Seems her taking the Oath to uphold The Constitution was lost on her, which means she should be ousted…tomorrow. Unfit for office at every level. And send her to where she supports, 1-way ticket. Sorry, no do-overs with “the enemy within” (h/t Savage).