Talib’s Palestinian village one of the richest – Grandmother not deprived

To hear from Talib she came from some hell hole, leaving her Granny to fend for herself. But no surprise, most of these Marxist wonders hail from well-to-do families. Curious isn’t it that there is precious little reported on the history of these so-called “Squad” members and their lives?

Tliab at Islamic Society of North America

Looks like our gal Rashida Harbi Tlaib comes from the “right side of the tracks…

So much for the “give me your tired your poor.” Not our gal Rashida. Bet she knows how to use a garbage disposal. You betcha

Israel Hayom:

Even the World Bank said in 2014 that Tlaib’s village is one of the richest in the Palestinian Authority.

But she insists things are terrible there.

What is it really like to live in the Palestinian village Beit-Ur al-Fauqa, where Rep. Rashida Tlaib’s grandmother and other family members live? Are conditions there as bad as she has claimed?

Achiam Tlaib, for example, drives a brand new BMW. On his Facebook account, you can see that his family lives in a very comfortable three-story building.

Raja Tlaib shared on his Facebook account pictures of himself posing next to his new Mercedes, wearing an expensive suit. He also has pictures showing him working out in a gym that has the latest equipment.

Mawaid Tlaib uploaded pictures of his vacations in Italy and other places, and Anas Tlaib has a very expensive Mercedes.

Samach Tlaib drives a BMW and Niaf Tlaib drives a Corvette convertible and uploaded pictures posing next to his new home under construction, also with three stories.

Only a handful of villages have a lower poverty rate in the PA and employment in the village is also among the lowest in the PA. But perhaps the most important statistic is this: The rate of social mobility in Beit-Ur al-Fauqa is among the highest in the PA.

And of course, all the structures are privately owned. According to the report, almost every home has satellite TV, and most have LCD screens in their living rooms. Almost everyone in the village has access to the internet and a mobile phone. Half of the families own a car.

Other hints that life is not so bad:

The elderly matriarch of Tlaib’s clan sat beneath an olive tree in the garden of the family’s home in the village of Beit Ur Al-Fauqa.

They had planned to slaughter a sheep and the sity, Arabic for grandma, wanted to make Rashida Tlaib’s beloved stuffed grape leaves. 

Trump also took a particularly cheap personal shot at the Tlaib family, saying the grandmother, who has lived more than half her long life under Israeli military occupation, should be happy not to host her famous granddaughter, whom she has not seen since 2006.

So much for Israeli occupation.

From New York Daily News

Of course, other than that, all is well in the swamp.

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