In recent days, Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) has drawn significant attention for her vocal criticism of Israel’s military operations in Gaza. While expressing concerns about the conflict, her statements have sparked controversy and outrage among conservatives.

During a press conference outside the U.S. Capitol on Friday afternoon, Omar demanded a ceasefire from Israel, condemning their military actions against Hamas terrorists. She passionately argued, “Israel has dropped more bombs in the last 10 days than we dropped in a whole year in Afghanistan! Where is your humanity?! Where is your outreach?! Where is your care for people?!”

Omar expressed her frustration during the press conference, saying, “I want to say how 

insane and painful and scary it is to work and serve in a space where we have a member in our caucus say all Muslims are responsible for this, and not a single condemnation comes from our caucus leadership or any member of Congress.”

“How is it that we are serving in a body, serving in a body where there are members who condemn us for asking for peace, for ceasefire, the most simplest thing?” she went further.

During the question and answer portion of the press conference, tensions escalated as Omar responded to a reporter’s question about Israel’s pursuit of the Islamic terrorists responsible for heinous crimes. She angrily exclaimed, “How many more killings is enough for you?! Is it a thousand more?! Two thousand more?! Three thousand more?! How many more Palestinians would make you happy if they died?!”

Omar’s comments have been met with sharp criticism from conservative voices, who accuse her of being sympathetic toward terrorists and spreading terrorist propaganda.

Earlier in the week, she had shared wrong information about an explosion at a hospital in Gaza, claiming that the explosion, which killed hundreds of civilians, was caused by an Israeli airstrike.

However, she later attempted to retract her statements after widespread backlash and evidence that the explosion actually came from a misfired rocket from a Palestinian Islamic Jihadist.