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Israel Bans Members Of DNC Squad From Jerusalem

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Israel Bans Members Of DNC Squad From Jerusalem

Israel Bans Members Of DNC Squad From Jerusalem

Israel will bar a visit by two of its sharpest critics in the U.S. Congress, Democrats Rashida Tlaib and Ilhan Omar.

The two planned to tour the occupied West Bank and East Jerusalem.

The ban was announced Thursday by the country’s deputy foreign minister.

“The decision has been made, the decision is not to allow them to enter,” Israeli Deputy Foreign Minister Tzipi Hotovely told Israel’s Reshet Bet Radio.

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