NEW YORK POST
Ilhan Omar, anti-Semitism center of talks at Israeli lobby conference
By Nikki Schwab
March 24, 2019
Rep. Ilhan Omar — and some of her progressive allies — were the talk of the AIPAC Policy Conference Sunday, though no speaker would call them out by name. House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer (D-Md.) dared critics to say that he held a “dual loyalty” to both the US and Israel. “I stand with Israel, proudly and apologetically. So when someone accuses American supporters of Israel of dual loyalty, I say — accuse me,” he taunted the crowd, who cheered loudly…Hoyer also reminded attendees that “there are 62 freshmen Democrats. Not three.” READ MORE
JTA Ilhan Omar lashes out at Pelosi, Netanyahu for their AIPAC jabs at her Rep. Ilhan Omar hit back at House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu after they called out the first-year congresswoman at the AIPAC policy conference for her attacks on the lobby and support for the Israel boycott movement.
DAILY WIRE Ilhan Omar Trashes Pro-Israel Protesters: ‘Could Care Less About What They Have To Say’ Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) continued to show her disdain for Israel and the Jewish people on Saturday after she mocked a group of hundreds of pro-Israel demonstrators who showed up to protest her at a [CAIR] fundraiser event she was attending…“I don’t think any of them realize that people like myself and many of the people in this room could care less about what they have to say,” Omar said.