Obama invites radical activists, who claim Israel is terrorist sponsor, at president's table

US President Barack Obama invited two radical anti-Israel activists, Riham Osman and Batoul Abuharb of Houston, Texas, at the annual White House Iftar dinner. They both sat down with Obama at his exclusive "President's Table." 

Noteworthy, both Osman and Abuharb have publicly stated that they consider Israel and its leadership to be sponsors of terroristic acts.

Riham Osman is the communications coordinator for the Muslim Public Affairs Council (MPAC), a group founded by members of the Muslim Brotherhood that has challenged the U.S. designation of Hamas and Hezbollah as terrorist groups.

Osman resorts to bellicose rhetoric when it comes to the state of Israel.

In March, she stated that Israel and its Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu were sponsors of terrorism. 

On July 28, 2014, during Israel's defensive war against Palestinian terror group Hamas, Osman claimed that the Jewish state "murdered 1,000 innocent civilians."

Batoul Abuharb has in the past revealed herself as a fierce opponent of Israel. 

In the midst of the 2014 war between Israel and Hamas, Abuharb wrote a perfervid article in the Huffington Post titled, "Dispatch from Gaza: Four-Letter Words."

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