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Rashida Tlaib Allowed To Visit Relatives But Backs Out Of Visit; Ilhan Omar Still Barred From Israel

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Rashida Tlaib Allowed To Visit Relatives But Backs Out Of Visit; Ilhan Omar Still Barred From Israel

Rashida Tlaib Allowed To Visit Relatives But Backs Out Of Visit; Ilhan Omar Still Barred From Israel

While Israel said Friday that Rep.

Rashida Tlaib will be allowed to visit relatives on the West Bank, she has since backed off plans for a visit, calling the Israeli government’s conditions “oppressive.” Katie Johnston reports.

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