Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu Tuesday pushed back to Rep. Ilhan Omar Ilhan OmarOmar controversy raptors over the AIPAC conference Raskin mentions the role of constitutional teacher Hoyer says that AIPAC remarks were "mistakenly" more  (D-Minn.), Who had drawn two-part criticism after having said that politicians' support for Israel was "all about the Benjamin."
"From this Benjamin is not about the Benjamines," Netanyahu said in a speech through a video call at a conference of the American Israeli Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC). "The reason … is not because they want our money. That's because they share our values."
"That's because America and Israel share a love of freedom and democracy. That's because we value individual rights and the rule of law." he added in a speech with praise for President Trump Donald John TrumpPapadopoulos claims he was pressured to sign the case. Tlaib asked colleagues to support the abolition investigation decision. Trump rips "Mainstream Media": "They are truly the enemy of the People's People ." We do not judge people by their skin color, religion or sexual orientation. "
Omar responded to Netanyahu's comments Tuesday, where he spoke of allegations of corruption against the prime minister who has beaten him to his re-election bid next month.
This from a man faces charges of bribery and other crimes in three separate public corruption cases.
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– Ilhan Omar (@IlhanMN) March 26, 2019
Several reports have shown that Netanyahu will be charged with fraud and bribery charges associated with alleged relations with an Israeli news site
Omar strove controversy with his February remarks, which critics relied on anti-Semitic troops, later apologizing for the tweet and saying she was criticizing Israel's lobbying. later, more controversy when she said that such groups are pushing "allegiance" to a foreign country referring to AIPAC. Critics said her remark claimed a harmful "dual loyalty" claim against American Jews.