He said the only winner in the congresswoman's battle with the Israeli government is her grandmother who "doesn’t have to see her now!"
Israel initially would not allow her and Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.) entry, but later reversed its decision for Tlaib, who intended to visit her grandmother.
The Democratic congresswoman from Michigan wrote a letter requesting entry to see her elderly grandmother.
The Democratic presidential candidate said Israel's decision to ban Reps. Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib from entry is "clearly an outrage."
The newspaper's editorial board called Israel's decision to bar Reps. Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib from entry "a disgrace to both countries."
"...Abnormal is kind of now normal," Cooper said.
The leader of America's largest Jewish denomination is calling on Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to reverse the ban on the two congresswomen.
Sen. Marco Rubio and AIPAC said they support Reps. Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib's entry into Israel after officials in the country said they weren't allowed.
The 43-year-old mother of three fell into a coma shortly after a flight from New York City to Tel Aviv.
He's portraying Eli Cohen, a real-life operative described as Israel's "most prominent spy," in the Netflix series.
The Democratic congresswomen will not be able to visit the occupied West Bank and East Jerusalem because of their pro-Palestinian remarks.
The two Democratic congresswomen, who support the Palestinian-led boycott movement, plan to enter the country next week.
Jimmy Aldaoud reportedly came to the U.S. as a baby and didn't speak Arabic. He died after he was unable to get insulin, his family says.
A divide in the Trump administration is producing nonsensical policies, say former officials and experts.
In his ruling, a New York judge said it was of "considerable public importance" that information about Saudi dissident Jamal Khashoggi's death be made known.
Facebook said it had suspended more than 350 accounts and pages with about 1.4 million followers.
Saudi women have been known to flee domestic abuse and the country's guardianship system and seek asylum abroad.
Roughly 7,000 Syrians will retain legal status in the U.S. for another 18 months.