Radical Muslim Rep. Rashida Tlaib came under fire last weekend after condemning Israel’s decision to demolish the home of a Palestinian terrorist — while neglecting even to mention his Israeli victims.
The Israel Defense Forces on Wednesday night demolished the home of Muntassir Shalabi, the terrorist with American citizenship who opened fire at a group of Israelis last month, killing 19-year-old Yehuda Guetta and seriously wounding two others.
Posting a video of the demolition, Tlaib tweeted, “Reminder: Apartheid government is not a democracy. We must stop our taxpayer dollars being used to violently oppress the Palestinians. Just this week, Israel demolished and leveled the home of a Palestinian family in the beloved village of Turmusaya. For what? To dehumanize.”
Israeli writer and activist Hen Mazzig responded, “Here is Rashida Tlaib mourning the loss of a home that belonged to a terrorist who gunned down a random Jewish teenager. Rashida has not mourned his murder — nor even acknowledged it. His name was Yehuda Guetta.”
Stop Antisemitism tweeted, “Reminder: a US Congresswoman is defending a murderer who brutally killed a Jewish teenager. Bricks and mortar matter more than human life to Rashida. Shameful.”
Calling Tlaib a “Hamas lobbyist,” international human rights lawyer Arsen Ostrovsky wrote, “RashidaTlaib omits to mention is fact that this home belonged to a Palestinian terrorist who murdered a Jewish Israeli man.”
Tlaib omitted mention of the terrorist’s victims for the simple reason that she supports Palestinian terrorism and hates Israel and Jews.