A look at the Palestinian Terror Campaign and who Supports them in the US House of Reps. (Tlaib and AOC) Exposes Fed. Supported Marxism
President Donald J. Trump has been nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize for bringing historic peace in the Middle East region for bringing people together who have participated in historic conflicts with each other for decades holding a peace summit at the White House earlier in September, and notably missing from that group are a group of “Community Organizers” called the Palestinians, who have attacked Israel for decades with street guerilla tactics. and who enjoy influences in the US House of Representatives.
“We can not talk about peace, if we refuse to use the words-Illegal occupation by Israel,” Tlaib said in 2019.
US Rep. from Michigan, Rashida Tlaib spoke on the floor of Congress about her connections to the Palestinian movement, and her determined and proud resistance of the President of the United States.
Supporting Tlaib is a Federal Non-Profit, who are run as a 501 (c)3 Charitable organization
The group is known as the “US Campaign to End Israel Occupation” between 2002-2016, who changed their name to the “US Campaign for Palestinian Rights” (USCPR) ,and currently who push Marxist Community Organizing in the United States
“Thank you, @RepRashidaTlaib for taking a principled stand against a resolution that will only help perpetuate the unjust status quo in Palestine/Israel and provide cover for Israel’s ongoing violations of Palestinian rights, they wrote in response to the above video tweet.
Browsing that group’s Twitter timeline reveals a long list of Federal non-profit groups that act as “Grassroots Marketing Platforms” for various Marxist protest and Democrat political groups who are working to defund the Police and other policy initiatives that disenfranchise American voters, and erode the American Republic.
They support the recent attacks by Blacks Lives Matter on ICE Detention Centers and other uprisings.
A more recent tweet from the Palestinian rights group:
According to their website: “USCPR is a 501(c)3 charitable organization and all contributions are tax-deductible to the fullest extent allowed by law.
Our Federal Identification (EIN) is 42-1636592.
From boycott and divestment campaigns aimed at holding occupation profiteers accountable to grassroots political organizing focused on implementing weapons sanctions on Israel, we are working in communities across the country to educate, organize, and advocate for Palestinian rights.”
According to their site they have a curriculum to teach children how to “Resist”:
“Together We Rise: Palestine as a Model of Resistance is a political education curriculum providing critical voices, context, and resources that make clear the connections between the struggle for Palestinian rights and the struggles of Indigenous, Black, and brown communities, and other marginalized groups impacted by US policies, both within and outside of US borders. With the three tracks broken out below—Not That Complicated, Freedom Bound, and Trainings and Resources—Together We Rise has something for everyone. From those who know little about the issue to seasoned organizers, we hope this curriculum will help deepen analysis, build relationships, and sharpen skills to work for justice from the US to Palestine.”
WHO ARE THE PALESTINIANS? WHAT ARE THEY DOING?
According to the Jerusalem Post, who recently wrote about the crimes of Palestine against Israel:
“Of the several hundred terrorist attacks perpetrated against Jews during the Second Intifada, some 275 of them resulted in at least one murdered victim. In all, approximately 1,100 Israelis were killed during this period and more than 8,300 were wounded. The vast majority of all casualties – dead and injured – were non-combatant civilians. The ages of victims range from unborn babies in utero to the elderly; the scope of the killings varied from attacks on single individuals to massacres. More than five dozen foreigners were also killed in the prolonged terror campaign. Attack methods employed by the terrorists ranged from stonings and stabbings to shootings, ambushes, lynchings, bombings, rockets and more. Below is a very partial list in chronological order of some of the most macabre and heinous crimes of the extended murder spree.
- Hezbollah moves large ammonium nitrate stockpiles through EU – report
- US sends armored vehicles to Syria as carrier enters Persian Gulf
Recommended by• June 1, 2001: Dolphinarium discotheque suicide bombing in Tel Aviv – 21 dead, 120 wounded• August 9, 2001: Sbarro Restaurant suicide bombing in downtown Jerusalem – 15 dead, 130 wounded• December 1, 2001: Ben Yehuda Street bombing in downtown Jerusalem – 11 dead, 180 wounded • March 9, 2002: Café Moment bombing in Rehavia, Jerusalem – 11 dead, 54 wounded• March 27, 2002: Park Hotel Passover massacre in Netanya – 30 dead, 140 wounded. “
Are the tactics similar to what we see in the streets of America with Marxist Community Organizing?
According to their site, USCPR wrote in July:
“In the face of Israeli threats to steal more Palestinian land and further cement apartheid policies through formal annexation, the grassroots movement for justice for the Palestinian people is gaining steam. Just yesterday–though years in the making–we saw a historic advancement for the struggle to transform U.S. policy from oppression towards justice for the Palestinian people.
Progressive members of Congress, led by Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez alongside leading progressives Reps. Rashida Tlaib, Pramila Jayapal, Betty McCollum, and Sen. Bernie Sanders, joined by 8 other members of Congress, released a Dear Colleague letter that commits to defund ‘annexation’ policies that deepen Israel’s separate-and-unequal apartheid system and to reduce military funding to Israel.“
There are US House of Reps who are tied to this group and this is the list of “influencers” who “guide” their ideology. At that link is classic Community Organizing to bring about the change they demand, by pressuring US lawmakers.
And that is pretty much all we need to know about who is causing problems in streets of the United States, what their motivations are and who is paying for them.
We are paying for them. Our Tax Dollars supplement them and give them cover.