The mom of a US citizen murdered in a Palestinian terrorist attack slammed Michigan Democratic Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib on Tuesday for her comments on Israeli security checkpoints, saying, “checkpoints prevent terrorism — save lives.”
Frimet Roth, whose 15-year-old daughter Malki was killed in a Jerusalem terror attack in 2001, cited Tlaib’s statement on checkpoints at a press conference following Israel’s decision to bar her from entering the country.
A teary-eyed Tlaib recounted, “As a young girl, visiting Palestine to see my grandparents and extended family, I watched as my mom had to go through dehumanizing checkpoints — even though she was a United States citizen and proud American.”
Roth tweeted in response, “Rep Tlaib cried about her mom being ‘dehumanized’ at Israeli checkpoints. My child Malki, a US citizen murdered at 15, would be here today had a checkpoint stopped her murderer and a 10 kg bomb from entering Jerusalem.”
“Remind Tlaib: Checkpoints prevent terrorism — save lives,” Roth wrote.
Rep Tlaib cried about her mom being “dehumanized” at Israeli checkpoints. My child Malki, a US citizen murdered at 15, would be here today had a checkpoint stopped her murderer and a 10 kg bomb from entering Jerusalem. Remind Tlaib: Checkpoints prevent terrorism – save lives. https://t.co/6KD0l7rdhn
— Frimet Roth (@FrimetRoth) August 20, 2019
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