Democratic representatives joined an anti-Semitic group linked to Hamas terrorists at the annual US Muslim Conference for Palestine held from Nov. 27 to Nov. 29. 

Reps. Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.), Rashida Tlaib (D-Mich.), and Betty McCollum (D-Minn.) not only attended the event, but headlined the conference by one of the country’s most prolific anti-Israel advocacy groups. In short, the representatives supported an organization that advocates boycotting the State of Israel and has partnered with individuals linked to terrorism, according to The Washington Free Beacon.

The trio shared the stage with speakers such as Tarek Hamoud, executive director of the Palestinian Return Center, which has allegedly been linked to Hamas and other speakers such as Huwaida Arraf, a BDS promoter and lawyer who represented a Palestinian terrorist. 

The conference lasted three days, and speakers in constant pro-Palestinian advocacy discussed and planned efforts to pressure the U.S. government to take a tougher stance against Israel.

Omar and Tlaib announced that they are working to incorporate pro-Palestinian advocates into a possible new Democratic administration, in case justice fails in favor of electoral fraud.

The legislators, members of The Squad, had also attended the same event last year, where attacks against Israel and the vindication of the Palestinian people with a strong anti-Semitic bias also predominated

On the opposite side of the Democratic representatives, is the Trump administration that this year not only maintained its relations with the State of Israel, but also promoted important peace agreements between Israel and the United Arab Emirates, Sudan, and Bahrain. This was a huge step toward peace in the Middle East. 

“Today, nations across the region and throughout the world are joining together, united in their determination to build a better future,” President Trump said at a press conference before signing the peace treaties. 

On Aug. 13, President Trump said of the peace negotiations between the two countries, “After 49 years, Israel and the United Arab Emirates will fully normalize their diplomatic relations. They will exchange embassies and ambassadors and begin cooperation across the board and on a broad range of areas including tourism, education, healthcare, trade and security,” according to ABCNews.

The agreements also included key development issues such as education, health, trade, and security. This is only the beginning of normalized relations between Israel and its neighbors, and many more are likely to follow, they said from the White House.

According to the White House statement, President Trump spurned the international policy approaches developed by the United States in previous years, which only served to help fuel division, while doing nothing to prevent conflict in the Middle East.

Instead, thanks to new policies, the nations of the Middle East and Africa are increasingly working together to build a more peaceful and prosperous future. 

It is hoped that normalized relations, by allowing for the expansion of trade and financial ties, will succeed in accelerating growth and economic opportunities throughout the region.