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Those antisemite-loving Jews of IfNotNow tweeted out this birthday greeting for Rashida Tlaib
Apparently, yesterday was World Keffiyeh Day, "to show solidarity with the Palestinian cause and struggle." One of those to post in honor of it was (predictably) congresswoman Rashida Tlaib
Yesterday, Jewish Voice for Peace (JVP) held a Jews for Rashida Virtual Passover. Or should that be Virtual Jews for Rashida Passover.
Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib tweeted out a Passover greeting for her Jewish friends and neighbors
Last night, Bernie Sanders invited squad members Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Ilhan Omar, and Rashida Tlaib for a live roundtable discussing the coronavirus and what needs to be done
A few days ago, Tlaib herself showed she doesn't need any help with the map-wiping thing
Yes, she really said it.
Pelosi's tearing up after President Trump's State of the Union address may be making the headlines, but there was another telling moment I caught when watching it
She saw Hanan Ashrawi's apology. She understood what she had tweeted was not based on fact. There was one thing congresswoman Rashida Tlaib had to do.
They say a lie travels around the globe while the truth is putting on its shoes. Today, one did while me and other observant Jews around the world were offline for the Jewish Sabbath.
Antisemitic Friend of Rashida Tlaib & Linda Sarsour Abbas Hamideh’s Disgusting Tweet About Monsey...
Abbas Hamideh, an antisemite and terror supporter I have posted about a number of times, reacted this way to the recent shooting attack in Monsey
Today I woke up to news of yet another attack on Orthodox Jews in New York, again at the hands of an African American
Linda Sarsour: I am going to mess up royally in (re)tweeting out something to make it look like I care about Jews. Rashida Tlaib: Hold my (halal) beer
The American Superhero project by photographer Nate Growdy is "a composite of incredible diversity and real-life superheroes who come from a range of vulnerabilities and backgrounds to express their true selves."