Democratic representative from Minnesota considered one of Jewish state's harshest critics in Congress
A US lawmaker accused of making antisemitic remarks and with an anti-Israel voting record in Congress narrowly won the Democratic primary on Tuesday night.
Representative Ilhan Omar defeated her opponent by just 2,500 votes in the election that took place in the 5th congressional district of the US state of Minnesota.
The two-term member of Congress is considered one of the Jewish state's harshest critics. She belongs to the "squad" of progressive Democrats which also includes Israel critics Representative Rashida Tlaib of Michigan and Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of New York.... Read More: i24