In July Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu’s office announced they were considering denying Democrats Rashida Tlaib and Ilhan Omar entry into Israel on their way to the West Bank in the coming weeks.
This came after the two anti-Israel Democrats Tlaib and Omar introduced their radical BDS resolution that compares Israel to Nazi Germany and Imperialist Japan.
On Wednesday the Netanyahu government announced they would not allow anti-Semites Rashida Tlaib and Ilhan Omar to travel to Israel this month.
Israel told them they are not welcome.
The Israeli government based their decision on the two far left lawmakers’ recent promotion of the BDS movement.
It’s official: Israel will bar Congresswomen @RashidaTlaib and @IlhanMN from entering Israel due to "suspected provocations and promotion of BDS” at this time the final decision is been drafted and passed for comments before a press release. https://t.co/YikKaKe97g
— Dana Weiss (@danawt) August 15, 2019