New Biden official justified suicide bombings

November 27, 2020 by Baruch Yedid - TPS
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President-elect Joe Biden announced earlier this week the appointment of Reema Dodin as deputy director of the Office of Legislative Affairs in the White House.

Reema Dodin

Dodin will be the first woman of Arab descent to be appointed to this position in American history.

Dodin, a native of California and a graduate of Berkeley and Illinois Universities, is a Jordanian of Palestinian descent, a member of a large and important clan in the southern Hebron area, many of whose members live in the village of Dura and others in Jordan.

Reema Dodin is the granddaughter of Mustafa Dodin, who headed the “Village Associations” in the late 1980s and who advocated direct coordination with Israel to manage the lives of Arab residents while circumventing the PLO.

Dodin volunteered to serve as a member of Vice President Kamala Harris’ transition team. Formerly a senior aide to Democratic Senator Richard Durbin, and was the research director and assistant to the Democratic senator on the Judicial Subcommittee on Human Rights and Law.

She worked on Barack Obama’s presidential campaigns.

The new assistant at the White House was previously a member of the Centre for American Women and Politics (CAWP).

During the Second Intifada in 2002, Dodin declared that “suicide bombers are the last resort of the desperate Palestinian people.”

In 2001, she participated in a demonstration at the University of Berkeley that called on the university to boycott Israel.

Palestinian sources expressed great satisfaction with the new appointment and hope that Dodin will represent the Palestinian cause and will also join the Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib, also of Palestinian descent.

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One Response to “New Biden official justified suicide bombings”
  1. Eion Isaac says:

    Very bad sign .
    Suicide Murder bombings are detestable .
    The“ Desperate “Palestinians Rejected 2000.

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