The Federal government had organized a second flight to get assistance to Palestinian civilians in the Gaza Strip who have been displaced by war.
“I am disappointed that 106 of my colleagues failed to take this opportunity to condemn antisemitism forcefully,” said Rep. Max Miller (R-Ohio), a co-sponsor.
House Representatives held a hearing on campus antisemitism after Hamas’s Oct. 7 terror attacks, where they questioned the presidents of Harvard University, the University of Pennsylvania and MIT on the blatant antisemitism they allowed to happen on their campuses.
The Palestinian Authority is currently unfit to govern a post-Hamas Gaza Strip, White House National Security Council spokesman John Kirby said on Sunday.
Rep. Pramila Jayapal (D-Wash.) twice hedged her condemnations of Hamas terrorists raping Israeli women during an interview on Sunday with Dana Bash of the CNN program State of the Union.
A controversial presidential post on X highlighted the White House’s attempts to simultaneously support Israel and signal its opposition to continue the fighting.
“I don’t know one Republican who isn’t a Zionist,” Levy said. “There are 168 members of the Republican National Committee from across the country. And every single one loves Israel and is on board.”
The city body voted to call for a permanent ceasefire in Israel, amid comments from community members promoting conspiracy theories that Israel attacked itself.
Israel must relinquish its biblical homeland for a Palestinian state. Only that will satisfy the paper of record.
Antisemitism roundup, Nov. 27-29