Tlaib Denounces Biden’s Handling of Gaza Conflict, Links to Terror

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Rep. Tlaib Blasts Biden’s Israel-Hamas Response at Event Linked to Terrorism

At a controversial gathering in Detroit, “Squad” member Rep. Rashida Tlaib unleashed a fiery attack on President Biden’s handling of the recent Israel-Hamas conflict in Gaza.

The People’s Conference for Palestine

Over the weekend, the People’s Conference for Palestine took place, bringing together speakers including Wisam Rafeedie, an activist with connections to the U.S.-designated terrorist organization, the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP).

The conference was organized by The People’s Forum, an activist group that has been involved in various anti-Israel protests. The group is part of the “Singham Network,” a global network of organizations and individuals reportedly linked to the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) through Neville Roy Singham.

Tlaib’s Condemnation of Biden

In her speech at the conference, Tlaib accused President Biden of enabling genocide in Gaza, aligning with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, whom she labeled a “murderous war criminal.”

She questioned Biden’s stance on international law, pointing out his previous condemnation of Russian President Vladimir Putin at the International Criminal Court.

Criticisms and Controversy

Tlaib’s words drew sharp criticism from Rep. Mike Lawler (R-N.Y.), who called for her removal from Congress due to her association with organizations linked to terrorism.

The presence of Rafeedie, who has expressed support for terrorist groups, also raised concerns about the conference’s agenda.

Democratic Condemnation of Anti-Israel Protests

Tlaib slammed both the Biden administration and her Democratic colleagues for condemning anti-Israel protests on college campuses. She vowed to remember their actions in the upcoming November elections.

Response from Tlaib’s Office

Fox News Digital reached out to Tlaib’s office for comment but received no response before publication.

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