Breaking Israel News spoke to Tsvi MiSinai who has dedicated almost two decades of his life to uncovering the Jewish roots of the Palestinians.
‘It is well-known that everyone in the village of Bet Ur El Foka (Rashida Tlaib’s parents town) is descended from Jews,” MiSinai told Breaking Israel News.
This means that Rashida Tlaib, may in fact be Jewish according to Halacha (Jewish law). more …
Opinion: In the three years it took to research the first edition of Antichrist: The Search for Amalek one point became abundantly clear. Children born to mixed Jewish and Gentile marriages typically begin to loathe their Jewish blood.
- It was Esau’s grandson Amalek (born to a Gentile concubine) who was the first draw Jewish blood
- It was Herod, part Jew and part Gentile, who ordered the death of the future Jewish King by killing the two year olds of Judea
- It was Haman, a descendant of Amalek, that tricked the Persian king to kill all the Jews of Persia
- It was Adolf Hitler who ordered the destruction of the building that contained his birth records when the German army took over Austria
The Bible is full of commands (Ex. 34:12-16; Ezr. 9:1-2; Deut. 7:3; Josh 23:12; Judges 3:6) that Jews were to remain a separate holy people to the Lord.
Jewish law (Halacha) establishes Jewish status by the maternal identity. Islamic law (Shariah) establishes Muslim identity paternally. Tlaib’s father, Harbi Elabed, was from Beit Hanina, a neighborhood in the eastern section of Jerusalem.
MiSinai said that there are no indications that Tlaib’s father was descended from Jews, but added: “I do not know what Rashida Tlaib’s grandmother knows or does not know. But I would advise Rashida to have a serious talk with her grandmother about her family’s history. There are indications that there may be some surprises for the congresswoman.”
The village of Bet Ur El Foka is descended from Jews.
If Rashida Tlaib has Jewish roots on her mother’s side she is not considered Jewish according under Shariah law. But if her mother was Jewish, then she is mixed Jewish/Gentile explaining her intense hatred for Israel, validating the Edomite presence in Judea from the time the Babylonians entered Jerusalem in 586 BC (Obadiah 1:9-10), and the destruction of the first temple.