Rashida Tlaib’s Disturbing Interview with Young Palestinian Terror Promoter Janna Jihad

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As a member of the infamous Tamimi clan, Janna Jihad is the 13-year-old cousin of ‘Shirley Temper’ Ahed Tamimi, and is also related to terrorist Ahlam Tamimi, who planned and helped perpetrate the Sbarro bombing in 2001.

Like big cousin Ahed, Janna has been groomed as a young palestinian propaganda star by serial child exploiters Bassem Tamimi and his wife.

Recently, Janna has been on a US speaking tour organized by anti-Israel organizations like Code Pink, American Muslims for Palestine (AMP) and Jewish Voice for Peace (JVP). You can read all about Janna and the tour here, but suffice to say, like other Tamimis before her, she promotes the idea of “liberating Palestine.” It is clear, this includes support for terrorism.



As part of her tour, Janna sat down with Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib. That’s right – a US congresswoman allowed herself to be interviewed by this young terror promoter. If that wasn’t bad enough, what Tlaib said should disturb the reasonable among you.

You can see the entire thing here, but I have distilled the most problematic parts in the following video:

Note the transparent attempt to link the plight of minorities in the US with that of the palestinian Arabs, the same thing we have constantly been seeing from the other ‘Squad members’ and the likes of Linda Sarsour. She also basically admits it is a calculated ploy to use the terminology of human rights values.

Perhaps one of the most disturbing aspects of the video is Tlaib admitting that “in Congress, I am palestinian.” If that doesn’t fill my US readers with dread and disgust, I don’t know what will. At the same time, she has the audacity to complain that some see her as “palestinian first” and not American, blaming that perception on racism as opposed to, say, everything she says.

But the clincher is her explicit endorsement of a “one-state solution.” This is double-speak for supporting the destruction of the Jewish state.

Make no mistake about it. Congress has a Trojan horse – or more accurately a mini-stable. I implore my US readers to raise a stink about it.

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An Aussie immigrant to Israel, David Lange is founder and managing editor of Israellycool. He is a happy family man, and a lover of steak, Australian sports and single malt whisky.