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(Dmytro “Henry” Aleksandrov, Headline USA) A new expose by an anti-Semitism watchdog group revealed that Rep. Cori Bush, D-Mo., has maintained a close working relationship with Neveen Ayesh, an activist who has openly espoused hatred of Israel and Jews.
The group, Canary Mission disclosed some of the anti-Semitic tweets in its new video, Breitbart reported.
“#ThingsWeAllHate Jews,” she wrote and added, “never trust a Jew.”
She also said it is not a good idea to be friends with a Semite.
“I tried befriending a Jew once. Worst idea ever.”
But Ayesh does not simply wish to avoid Jewish culture from a distance.
“I want to set Israel on fire with my own hands & watch it burn to ashes along with every Israeli in it… Burn you bastards #IHateYou,” she wrote in 2014.
Not surprisingly, Ayesh defended the Hamas terror group in February by comparing its rockets targeting Israeli civilians to Ukrainians fighting with Russians on their territory in the recent Russia–Ukraine war.
Ayesh once expressed her secret desire to join the terror group in her tweet.
“[I’d] be the first female to join their group lololol #IdLoveToThough,” she tweeted and included a photo of Hamas terrorists in fatigues.
According to The Foreign Desk, Ayesh supported many other groups and organized a fundraiser for Bush, whom she has known for at least five years.
“Ayesh, who has been active in several leading anti-Israel groups, including American Muslims for Palestine, organized a 2020 fundraiser for Bush that featured Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D., Mich.) one of Congress’s most vocal opponents of the Jewish state, and Linda Sarsour, an activist who has repeatedly used anti-Semitic rhetoric,” the article said.
“An invitation for the fundraiser titled ‘Muslims for Cori’ is accessible on the ActBlue website, an online donation portal used by Democrats,” it continued.
This relationship raises some questions about Bush’s position on Israel and people who hate the Jewish state.
Even though the anti-Semitic tweets have since been deleted, Ayesh admitted that they were real by apologizing for them.
“Did I tweet horrible things I am currently being harassed about tweeting once upon a time? Yes,” she said.
“I was young, dumb [and] said horrible things that I never acted on, that I would never act on because I am not that person,” she added.
Did I tweet the horrible things I am currently being harassed about tweeting once upon a time?
But here’s what Adam Milstein’s canary mission won’t tell you:
— Neveen (@neveen___a) July 13, 2022