Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib’s Staffer Retweets Hamas


Washington Free Beacon: Orlando, Florida-based Democrat operative and Rashida Tlaib staffer Rasha Mubarak has a soft spot for bloodthirsty terrorists. She uses her claim of “Palestinian heritage” to make common cause and to glorify them, justifying suicide bombings and aiming rockets at Jewish civilian neighborhoods. Last month, her affinity towards murder and mayhem was displayed in her retweeting of a Hamas media site celebrating the hunger strike of a Hamas terrorist. Mubarak’s notable and influential position in politics demands this information be exposed.

Hamas or the Islamic Resistance Movement was founded in 1987, during the first Palestinian Intifada, a violent uprising against Israel. According to its covenant, Hamas opposes Israel’s existence in any form. The group believes its (untenable) goal of replacing the Jewish state with one that practices Islam can only be achieved through violence, and it has been responsible for the murders of hundreds of Israeli civilians.

Since 2007, when the group expelled the ruling Fatah Party, Hamas has had de facto control over the Gaza Strip and rules over the citizens of Gaza employing torture and capital punishment, while offering no recognition of civil rights.

Hamas has a number of media affiliates. According to the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ), one of them is the Quds News Network (QNN). QNN refers to Hamas and Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) militants as “freedom fighters,” promotes Hamas rallies, mourns Hamas deaths, publishes Hamas statements, and this past May, produced a video honoring the “achievements” of Hamas and PIJ in advancement of tactics and weapon technologies.

In November 2019, Twitter suspended QNN’s account, following a letter sent by members of US Congress to social media outlets asking to remove all entities linked to Hamas and Hezbollah. Read More …

Opinion: Strong’s Hebrew Word Origin for Hamas, pronounced chamas, – Definition: violence, wrong. NASB Translation malicious (3), violence (48), violent (6), wrong (3).

At the risk of being labeled racist, we can know the origins of violent Arab groups by simply opening the Old Testament and and an ancient Hebrew writing. Edom, Hebrew for red (Genesis 36:1), is the name given to Esau by God. The Talmud records that Esau was so red in color when he was born that his father Isaac was afraid to circumcise him, deciding to waiting until his 13th year like Ishmael.

The ancient Jewish text also records that at age 13 Esau rejected circumcision making him an enemy of his people. (Antichrist: The Search for Amalek page 26)

“Any uncircumcised male, who has not been circumcised in the flesh, will be cut off from his people; he has broken my covenant.” Genesis 17:14

Religious Jews know the offspring of this bloodline. One of Esau’s sons, Eliphaz, had a concubine named Timna who gave birth to Amalek, who inherited his grandfather’s hatred for Jacob to such an extent that he attacked them in the Exodus, killing the weak and infirm. God’s contempt for Amalek can be found in Exodus 17:16:

“Because the Lord has sworn: the Lord will have war with Amalek from generation to generation.”

From Genesis to Malachi the terror of Esau and Amalek stands in opposition to God and His people.

1 Samuel 15:1-3 King Saul was instructed to kill all the Amalekites, men, women, children and animals but disobeyed and his descendants turned up in Persia, modern day Iran

1 Samuel 30:17 King David tried to eliminate all the Edomites but 400 escaped

Obadiah: 1:1-18 Descendants of Esau assist the Babylonian army, destroy the 1st temple even turning in Jews who tried to escape, bringing God’s promise to destroy every one

Isaiah 63:1-3 the prophet encounters a figure with His robe stained red with the blood of Edom just before His second Advent

Malachi 1:1-4 God states unequivocally which of the two brothers He hated and which he loved as Edom’s descendants are prophesied to return to the land in the last days to take back their predecessors’ lost birthright (Genesis 25:29-34).

That descendants of these ancient tribes now inhabit the United States Congress, the only governing body that still defends Israel, is part and parcel of the lateness of the hour.

Rashida Tlaib’s map of Israel in her office

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