Radical Dem Brings Terror Supporter to D.C.

  • 04/18/2019 12:00 AM
  • Source: AAN
  • by: AAN Staff
Radical Dem Brings Terror Supporter to D.C.
Michigan Democrat Rashida Tlaib recently met with a congregation from the anti-Israel organization American Muslims for Palestine, which the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) alleges provides a platform for antisemitism.

The meeting occurred at an event hosted by American Muslims for Palestine on Capitol Hill.

After hors d'oeuvres, a photographer captured Tlaib meeting with Joe Catron in her congressional office. Catron is a rapid anti-Israel activist and outspoken terrorist supporter.

The Daily Caller's Molly Prince reports:

Tlaib spoke to AMP on April 8 where she told the group that she feels “more Palestinian” when she is in Congress than she does elsewhere, according to The Investigative Project On Terrorism, who first reported on the meeting.

AMP’s New Jersey chapter posted a photograph of Tlaib outside of her office with some of its members during the event, including Joe Catron, an avowed supporter of multiple Palestinian terrorist organizations.

“A tip of my hat to Rashida Tlaib, who really goes above and beyond the call of duty in welcoming every supporter of Palestine to her office, listening to what we have to say, answering our questions, and posing for endless pictures,” Catron wrote on Facebook following the meeting.

Catron is a long-time extreme anti-Israel activist and has openly supported terrorist organizations. He serves as the U.S. coordinator of Samidoun, the Palestinian Prisoner Solidarity Network. Samidoun is an affiliate arm of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP), a Palestinian Marxist–Leninist and revolutionary socialist organization. The United States designated PFLP a terrorist organization in 1997, and Australia, Japan, Canada and the European Union shortly followed suit.

Tlaib's four months in Congress have been mired by allegations of antisemitism.
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