Jew-hating Democrats have put forward a strongly worded letter against Israel’s plan to annex the Jewish parts of Judea & Samaria (renamed the “West Bank” by the Jordanian invading army) including threatening to impose conditions on American military aid to Israel.
Middle East Eye The letter, led by radical socialist Democrat Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and endorsed by the two radical Congressmuslims Rashida Tlaib and Ilhan Omar, was also signed by multiple Democrats, including Senator Bernie Sanders, who proposed conditioning aid to Israel during his presidential campaign.
The letter, addressed to US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, is set to be released formally later this week.
The letter claims that “Unilateral annexation of the Jewish areas of
the West Bank Judea & Samaria (the historical land that has been Jewish for thousands of years, long before there even was an evil ideology called Islam) would alienate US lawmakers and citizens.
We cannot support an undemocratic system in which Israel would permanently rule over a Palestinian people denied self-determination or equal rights,” it reads. (They are predominantly JEWISH areas. What rights do Jews have in Palestinian areas? Oh, that’s right there are no Jewish areas there)
We cannot support an undemocratic system in which Israel would permanently rule over a Palestinian people denied self-determination or equal rights,” it reads. (There are very few Muslims in these Jewish areas. The Muslim areas of Judea & Samaria were stolen from the indigenous Jews by invading Arab armies)
“Should the Israeli government move forward with the planned annexation with the Trump administration’s acquiescence, we will work to ensure non-recognition (of Israel?) as well as pursue conditions on the $3.8 billion in US military funding to Israel (100% of which is spent with US manufacturers), including human rights conditions.” (Human rights? Are they talking about Muslims killing Israelis in the streets?)
It also threatens “withholding funds for the off-shore (as in American-manufactured) procurement of Israeli weapons equal to or exceeding the amount the Israeli government spends annually to fund legal Jewish settlements, as well as the policies and practices that sustain and enable them”.