2019.08.14 Israel boycotts the Squad
Israel of course said that if Talib wanted to visit her Grandmother on humanitarian grounds, they had no problem with that (and agreed to let her come), but under the terms of no politicking/activism. And Talib rejected that, saying it would be too humiliating to go under the restrictions of not being a grandstanding tart.
If a representative of the Taliban wanted to visit the U.S., even under the flaq of an "ally" like Afghanistan or Pakistan, we have a right to say, "No!" We don't like that person, we don't want that person, based on past acts and allegiances.
When they aren't even travelling under the flag of diplomacy, and are just low level government workers? There's no diplomatic implications to the wider government to tell them to fuck off.
If you haven't heard that in the News you watch, then your News is FakeNews. (Not giving you the full context).
The Babylon Bee summed it up best:
Women Who Don't Believe Israel Has Right To Exist Not Sure Why They Got Banned From Israelhttps://t.co/EdrxBHXwA5
— The Babylon Bee (@TheBabylonBee) August 15, 2019
It's getting harder to tell where satire ends now days.