“Mexicans for Peace in the Holy Land” (MPHL) Condemns Congressional Vote on Israel’s Apartheid Wall
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“Mexicans for Peace in the Holy Land” (MPHL) Condemns Congressional Vote on Israel’s Apartheid Wall

In a press release on July 16, the newly formed “Mexicans for Peace in the Holy Land” (MPHL), based in East Los Angeles, strongly condemned five local congressional representatives becuase of their vote in support of the grotesque wall being constructed by Zionist Israel to imprison and segregate the Palestinian people on their own land.

Ismael Zamarripa, MPHL president, said “It is a betrayal of the Mexican people for the sisters Loretta and Linda Sanchez, Joe Baca, Grace Napolitano and our own Diane Royball-Allard to side with the likes of Rep. Tom Tancredo, Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen and Mario Diaz-Balart on the vote concerning House Resolution 713 that was pushed and heavily funded by Zionist and Jewish organizations”. Mr. Zamarripa urged all voters of Mexican descent in the districts of the five representatives to call their offices to rebuke their vote and to informed them that they are now being watched.

Southern California congressional representatives Baca, Napolitano, Royball-Allard, Sanchez and Sanchez are all of Mexican descent but sided with one of the co-sponsors of the resolution, Rep. Tom Tancredo of Colorado, who is also proposing the construction of a similar wall along the Mexico/US border.

Mr. Zamarippa stated, “These congressional representatives are either total ignoramuses on the issues or they are dancing to the tune of those who pitch coins into their election campaign coffers”. Ismael Zamarripa added, “Most likely they are just serving their roles as mere lackeys of the Jewish dominated Democratic Party of California”.

Mr. Ismael Zamarripa of the MPHL congratulated two other southern California representatives of Mexican descent for their courage in withstanding Zionist pressures to vote in favor of the resolution. These brave representatives are Congresswoman Hilda Solis of El Monte and Congressman Xavier Becerra of Los Angeles.