By Dave Van Zandt

Nine House Democrats and one Republican voted against a resolution supporting Israel and condemning Hamas. The lawmakers are:

  1. Rashida Tlaib (Mich., D): Criticized Israel as an apartheid state and called for an end to U.S. funding.
  2. Cori Bush (Mo., D): Led a coalition for an immediate cease-fire between Hamas and Israel.
  3. Jamaal Bowman (N.Y., D): Advocated for a two-state solution and human rights for Palestinian civilians.
  4. Andre Carson (Ind., D): Supported a two-state solution and co-sponsored the Ceasefire Now Resolution.
  5. Al Green (Texas, D): Opposed the resolution due to its lack of mention of a two-state solution and aid to Palestinians.
  6. Summer Lee (Pa., D): Co-introduced the Ceasefire Now Resolution and condemned violence against civilians.
  7. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (N.Y., D): Called for an immediate ceasefire and de-escalation.
  8. Ilhan Omar (Minn., D): Opposed the resolution for not acknowledging Palestinian lives lost.
  9. Delia Ramirez (Ill., D): Voted against the resolution for not honoring a two-state solution and collective punishment of Palestinians.
  10. Thomas Massie (Ky., R): Voted against the resolution because he disagrees with the resolution’s call for sanctions and re-affirming the importance of foreign aid.

Primary Source: The Hill Rating

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