CODE PINK PRO-HAMAS ACTIVIST Interrupts Netanyahu in Congress …Update: She Did It Before

The Code Pink pro-Hamas Marxists interrupted Netanyahu again this morning in Congress.

Congress, including Democrats, gave the Israeli leader several standing ovations.

A protester is dragged from the House Chamber on Capitol Hill in Washington, Tuesday, May 24, 2011, as Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu addressed a joint meeting of Congress. (AP/J. Scott Applewhite)

The radical pro-Hamas group already released a statement.

During the Joint Session of Congress while Prime Minister Netanyahu was speaking, Rae Abileah stood up from the gallery and shouted “Stop Israeli War Crimes.”

From the peace group CODEPINK, Rae is a 28 yr. old Jewish American of Israeli descent. She has traveled to Israel, the West Bank and Gaza and witnessed firsthand the reality of occupation and oppression. “Prime Minister Netanyahu says that the 1967 borders are indefensible. But what is really indefensible is the occupation of land, the starvation of Gaza, the jailing of dissenters and the lack of equal rights in the alleged Israeli democracy. As a Jew and an American taxpayer, I can’t be silent when these crimes are being committed in my name and with my tax money.”

Ms. Abileah grew up on Half Moon Bay and presently lives in San Francisco. She was arrested and charged with disrupting Congress. Upon release, she can be reached at 415-994-1723.

So… Which democrat gave their ticket today to Code Pink?

UPDATE: The Code Pink protester Rae Abileah interrupted Netanyahu’s speech at an event in New Orleans.
Then she whined about how she was treated.

What a horrible loon.

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