Rashida Tlaib and Abbas Hamideh at the congresswoman’s swearing-in ceremony. (Twitter)

“Let me make this clear. My condolences are to the communities that stand with the Palestinian people against occupation,” Abbas Hamideh tweeted.

Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib’s radical Islamic friend Abba Hamideh used the recent anti-Semitic stabbing attack in Monsey, New York as a platform to bash lovers of Israel.

On December 29, Hamideh, head of  the Palestine Right to Return Coalition, an activist group that advocates for the destruction of the Jewish State, posted a condolence tweet, saying, “On behalf of all Palestinians, our heart goes out to our dear Jewish friends in Monsey, New York….5 wounded at Rabbi’s Home in N.Y. Suburb.” He then clarified his post by writing, “Let me make this clear. My condolences are to the communities that stand with the Palestinian people against occupation.”

He added that “those affected in the stabbings were 100 percent Anti-Zionist and Pro-Palestinian,” which seems to be the reason the supporter of Hezbollah terrorists had tweeted a condolence in the first place.

Hamideh then tweeted a post by IsraellyCool highlighting his offensive posts as well as his close relationship with Tlaib and anti-Israel activist Linda Sarsour.

In that tweet, he said that “Criminal Zionists despise the #Monsey Jewish community because they are largely anti-Zionist.”

Not stopping there, Hamideh tweeted his hope for the destruction of the State of Israel by comparing it to a store going out of business.

Hamideh was born in Puerto Rico and is based in Cleveland, Ohio.

Following the massacre at the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh last year, some Muslims showed compassion to the Jewish people. However, Hamideh tweeted, “I don’t find Muslims holding hands with Zionist congregations amusing…Those engaged in such activities are betraying the Palestinian martyrs falling daily. It is treason to the Palestinian struggle.”

He also tweeted, “You’re not standing with Jews when you stand with Zionists. That’s like standing with the KKK after a church attack.”

Hamideh, executive director of the U.S.-based Palestine Right to Return Coalition, was invited to the swearing-in ceremony of the Muslim, pro-BDS congresswoman in January. He tweeted at the time, “I was honored to be at Congresswoman @RashidaTlaib swearing in ceremony in #Detroit and private dinner afterward with the entire family, friends and activists across the country. #Palestine #TweetYourThobe #RashidaTlaib.”