House Republicans stand with our ally Israel as its borders come under attack yet again from Iranian-backed terrorists, and we fully support Israel’s right to defend itself from all acts of violence.
MAKE NO MISTAKE: Joe Biden should have never released the $6 billion to Iran, which even his own Administration admitted could be used for attacks just like the ones we are seeing unfold.
Click HERE to read what House Foreign Affairs Committee Chairman Michael McCaul had to say about these terrorist attacks.
Click HERE to read what House Armed Services Committee Chairman Mike Rogers had to say about these terrorist attacks.
Click HERE to read what the Republican Jewish Coalition had to say about these terrorist attacks.
HOUSE DEMOCRATS’ HISTORY OF ANTISEMITISM AND SIDING WITH HAMAS:
At a progressive activist conference in July, Rep. Pramila Jayapal denounced Israel as a “racist state.
”House Democrats boycotted Israeli President Isaac Herzog’s address to Congress.
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez said she is “not planning to” attend the speech.
Rep. Jamaal Bowman said that he is “probably going to be boycotting.”
Rep. Ilhan Omar tweeted that there’s “no way in hell” she is attending the address.
House Democrats have refused to unequivocally stand with our partner and friend, Israel, over and over again, even throughout the May 2021 Hamas’ terrorist attacks.
House Minority Leader, Hakeem Jeffries, while in college defended antisemitic comments made by National of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan and his uncle Leonard Jeffries, and invited his uncle to speak on campus.
Leonard Jeffries has spewed antisemitic conspiracies that Jew’s control Hollywood, compared Jews to “skunks,” and had called the Jewish community “evil.
”HOUSE REPUBLICANS’ RECENT SUPPORT FOR ISRAEL:
In February 2023, in a strong show of support for our ally, House Republican leadership sent a letter to President Biden encouraging the Administration to oppose and veto any anti-Israel resolution put before the U.N. Security Council.
In April 2023,
House Republicans voted to support the expansion of the Abraham Accords to encourage nations to normalize relations with Israel and express continued support for bilateral cooperation across economic, security and civilian issues.
In May 2023, House Republicans voted to condemn the rise of antisemitism and call on elected officials to identify and educate others on the contributions of the Jewish American community.In June 2023, House Republicans voted to establish a Special Envoy for the Abraham Accords at the Department of State to strengthen and expand the Abraham Accords.
Washington, October 10, 2023
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