Biden’s senior associate calls Palestinian suicide bombings “last chance for desperate people”


President-elect Joe Biden was elected deputy director of the White House Legislative Office for the Palestinian suicide bombings as “the last journey of a desperate people” in 2002.

“Suicide bombers were the last chance for the desperate people,” Reema Dodin said while speaking at Lodi Church, California, according to the Lodi News-Sentinel.

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He was a student at the University of California, Berkeley at the time.

President-elect Joe Biden, accompanied by President-elect Kamala Harris, talks about the economic recovery at the Queen Theater on Monday, November 16, 2020, in del Wilmington (AP Photo / Andrew Harnik)

“The history of American public opinion is a fair-minded people, but the information obtained by the public is biased, horrible and misleading,” Dodin told the Lodi News-Sentinel. “If you want to make this information available to the public, you have to do it in a holistic way.”

Articles from The Daily Californian and The Berkeley Daily Planet link Dodin to protests in support of the Palestinians, including the occupation of a university building that the University of California was called from Israel in 2000. Thirty suicide bombings killed 195 people in Jerusalem in October 2000 and October 2005, according to the International Crisis Group.

“They say they want peace, but that peace is by their rules,” said Dodin, who was identified as a demonstrator in response to his demonstration against the Israeli action coalition, writes The Berkeley Daily Planet.

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Thirty-two protesters were arrested during the demonstration, The Berkeley Daily Planet reported.

Dodin was born in North Carolina from Palestinian immigrant parents, according to the Lodi News-Sentinel.

Dodin is a volunteer on Biden’s transition team and Senator Dick Durbin, D-Ill. Deputy Chief of Staff. He also volunteered for Obama’s campaign.

The interim website of President-elect Joe Biden includes a page for Reema Dodin.  Snapshot

The interim website of President-elect Joe Biden includes a page for Reema Dodin. Snapshot

“Reema is the first to say he grew out of his youth in his approach to change, but his core values ​​remain the driving force in the fight to expand the opportunity to build a stronger middle class,” a Biden-Harris transition official said. in a statement to Fox News. “He put his activity into action and became a respected and trusted leader of the U.S. Senate.”

The loss of Dodin as an employee is “the profit of the president-elect and the nation,” Durbin said in a statement.

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“Reema started in my office fourteen years ago as a law university intern and has become one of the most acclaimed staff members on the mountain,” Durbin said in a statement. “He’s smart, trustworthy, respects members and staff on both sides of the corridor. In short, Reema is what our new president needs to help him in the Senate.”

Meanwhile, New York Times contributing opinion writer Wajahat Ali has declared everyone who dredges Dodin College “hammers.”

“And like the clockwork, bad-faith actors and hats like Pam Geller take a 20-year quote out of context to attack Reema Dodin, part of the Biden White House team, who is a recognized professional with a brilliant, sterile career. His sin? Muslim? [and] Palestine, “Ali wrote on Twitter on Tuesday.

Dodin’s choice follows Rashida Tlaib, D-Mich. Representative caused confusion by raising boycotts, alienations and sanctions after Biden announced Tony Blinken, a Jew as Secretary of State.

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Using the news, Tlaib blew up Secretary of State Mike Pompeo’s recent statement that the United States was “committed to the global BDS campaign as a manifestation of anti-Semitism.”

“Assuming that [Blinken] it does not suppress my right of first amendment to speak out against Netanyahu’s racist and inhuman policies, “Tlaib wrote on Twitter.” The Palestinian people deserve equality and justice. “

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