Ilhan Omar has drafted a bill to create a special envoy to combat Islamophobia internationally.
During the debate, Scott Perry claimed that Omar was an anti-Semitic and affiliated with a terrorist group.
The House of Representatives found Scott Perry’s remarks about Omar inappropriate.
During a debate on a bill to fight Islamophobia internationally, Congressman discovered that Republican Rep. Scott Perry had made inappropriate statements. House rules and manuals When he claimed that Minnesota Democrat and bill author Ilhan Omar was an anti-Semitic and belonged to a terrorist organization.
“We all agree that we should not be persecuted on the basis of their faith. We all agree that. But American taxpayers are terrorist organizations, the creators of this bill. You should not be forced to pay to an organization to which you belong, such as an unindicted community-a conspirator of the largest terrorist financing case in US history. ” Perry said..
Some others who spoke against Perry against the bill, Establish an office to monitor and fight Islamophobia Within the State Department, he cited the lack of a definition of Islamophobia in the bill, arguing that it was “structured” on the basis of an individual’s “political tendencies.”
“By deliberately leaving the definition of Islamophobia blank in this bill, gentlemen and my friends on the other side of the aisle spit out anti-Semitic hatred and attack Western ideas around the world. We have an office in the State Department that is likely to do. Protect Islam. ” Perry said.. “As you can see from this argument, the goal is to silence objections and criticisms of terrorism.”
Mr Perry said last week that he was “attacked” by Democrats during the markup of the bill at the House Foreign Affairs Committee, calling him “Islamophobia, annoyance, sneakyness, and rudeness.” He claimed that they criticized him for providing an amendment to prevent US taxes from going to organizations related to terrorism.
Both Perry and Omar Committee members..
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