Thursday, April 18, 2019

Watch: Muslim Congresswoman giddily discussing Al-Qaeda (responsible for thousands of deaths on 9/11)

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Watch: Jewish activist Hananya Naftali attacks the Somali-Muslim congressman over her shameful responses to a terrorist organization like Hezbollah and Al Qaeda.
Hananya Naftali is a native born Israeli Jew, IDF reservist and social media influencer.
He published this video (embedded below) which went viral on social media with the following description:
"...Outrageous: Ilhan Omar giddily discussing Al-Qaeda and Hezbollah.
“You don’t say America with an intensity...but you say these names because you want that word to carry weight”...."

In this shocking video which went viral on social media Ilhan Omar laughs and jokes while talking about Al-Qaeda and Hezbollah — Islamic terror groups that kill Americans, U.S. allies, and Jews — during a 2013 interview.
Hezbollah is an Islamic terrorist organisation, with an antisemitic ideology, an arsenal of missiles pointing at Israel, a history of terror attacks on Jewish targets in the West, and links to organised crime.
The meaning of the name "Hezbollah" is "an army of Allah".
Hezbollah terrorists are responsible for the deaths of hundreds of Israeli and American civilians.
It's sad that an American congressman thinks it's funny.
Hezbollah first burst onto the international scene in 1983, when they simultaneously bombed the United States Marine barracks and French paratrooper base in Beirut. 241 Americans—the largest loss of American military personnel in a single incident since World War II—and 58 Frenchmen were killed in the attacks.
But this was only the beginning.
More bombings followed, killing 24 people at the U.S. Embassy annex in Beirut in 1984; killing 85 at the Jewish Community Center in Buenos Aires in 1994; and killing 19 at a housing complex for American oil executives in Saudi Arabia in 1996.
In 1985, Hezbollah terrorists highjacked TWA Flight 847, during which they beat passengers, separated those with Jewish-sounding names, and murdered U.S. Navy diver Robert Stethem.