Tuesday, September 19, 2023

Congress members visit Samaria: 'Biden's policy is flawed, his advisers are anti-Israel'

Members of the US Congress and Senate, together with official representatives of the State of New York, toured Samaria during a visit to Israel.

Among the members of the delegation are Nassau County Executive Bruce Blakeman, Nassau County Judge Sigal Blakeman, RNC Committeeman Joe Cairo, United States Congressman Anthony D’Esposito, Nassau County Comptroller Elaine Philips, Town of Oyster Bay Supervisor Joe Saladino, NY State Senator Patricia Canzoneri Fitzpatrick, NY State Assemblyman Jake Blumencranz, NYPD Inspector (ret) Alison Esposito, Oyster Bay Communications Director Brian Nevin, Senior Advisor to the County Executive Michael Fragin, Commissioner of the Nassau Bridge Authority Sam Nahmias, Former Mayor of Lawrence Martin Oliner, Commissioner Shalom Maidenbaum, Iris Maidenbaum, Eric Sternberg, and Mehran Hakimian.

During the tour, the Congress members visited the "balcony of the country" lookout point in Peduel, viewing the area where the "Green Line" passes and the cities in central Israel. They also heard about Israel's security needs and the importance of the Jewish settlements in the area.

The delegation also visited a factory where Jewish and Arab workers work side-by-side, and stopped at an ice cream parlor in the city of Ariel. Ending their tour, the delegation stopped for a meal and wine-tasting at the Tura Winery in the town of Rehelim. READ MORE