‘Squad’ votes on Israel’s right to exist, condemning Hamas reveal division in far-left group

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The House of Representatives’ Tuesday votes on reaffirming Israel’s right to exist and condemning the terrorist group Hamas revealed division among members of the far-left “Squad.”

Rep. Rashida Tlaib, D-Mich, and Rep. Cori Bush, D-Mo., were the only members of the radical eight-person group to not vote in favor of H. Res. 888, which centered on Israel’s existence. Tlaib was the only House member who chose to vote “present,” while Bush didn’t vote.

Bush similarly didn’t vote on H. Res. 793, which condemned Hamas’ brutal Oct. 7 attack against Israel and demanded the immediate release of its remaining hostages taken in the attack. However, Tlaib joined the rest of her “Squad” colleagues in voting for the resolution despite her past refusal to condemn the attack.

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