27 Facts About Rashida Tlaib

1. Rashida Tlaib enjoys a salary of $4000 USD per month and has an impressive net worth.

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2. Rashida Tlaib went to Harms, Bennett Elementary and Phoenix Academy for her primary and higher secondary education.

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3. Rashida Tlaib was born on Jul4 24, 1976 to Palestinian parents in Detroit, Michigan, United States of America.

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4. Rashida Tlaib loves to talk about her two sons, Adam and Yousif.

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5. Rashida Tlaib said that Fayez had made a mistake when she signed the affidavit declaring the exemption.

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6. Rashida Tlaib is the first Palestinian-American woman ever to sit in the US Congress.

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7. Rashida Tlaib said she does not think of herself as a single mother.

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8. Rashida Tlaib has a lot of relatives still living in the West Bank.

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9. Rashida Tlaib chose to wear a traditional Palestinian dress for her swearing-in ceremony.

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10. Rashida Tlaib told the Detroit Free Press that they family spoke Arabic at home and that English was her second language.

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11. Rashida Tlaib explained in an interview in August 2018 that her grandmother was determined that her son marry a woman from back home.

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12. In 1998, at the age of 22, Rashida Tlaib married Fayez Tlaib.

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13. Rashida Tlaib is one of the few members of Congress who openly support the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement against Israel.

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14. Rashida Tlaib was a strong, early supporter of the movement to abolish the Immigration Customs Enforcement agency.

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15. Rashida Tlaib took the congressional oath of office on January 3, 2019, swearing in on an English-language translation of the Quran.

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16. In 2012, Rashida Tlaib won reelection again to the Michigan House in the newly redrawn 6th District against fellow incumbent Maureen Stapleton.

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17. Rashida Tlaib moved first to Nicaragua, then to Detroit, where he worked on an assembly line in a Ford Motor Company plant.

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18. In 2018, Rashida Tlaib won the Democratic nomination for the United States House of Representatives seat from Michigan's 13th congressional district.

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19. Rashida Tlaib will be filling the seat of the disgraced Democrat Congressman, John Conyers, the longest running member of the House before he.

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20. Rashida Tlaib is a Democratic Socialist who supports the Palestinian right of return.

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21. In 2018, Rashida Tlaib announced her intention to run for John Conyers's seat in Congress.

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22. Rashida Tlaib is the second Muslim woman to serve in a state legislature nationwide, after Jamilah Nasheed of Missouri.

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23. In 2012 Rashida Tlaib won reelection to the Michigan House in the newly redrawn 6th District against fellow incumbent Maureen Stapleton.

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24. In 2010, Rashida Tlaib faced a primary election challenge from Jim Czachorowski in his first bid for office.

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25. Rashida Tlaib faced a crowded primary that included several Latinos, including former State Representative Belda Garza.

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26. Rashida Tlaib began her political career in 2004, when she took an internship with State Representative Steve Tobocman.

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27. In 2018, Rashida Tlaib won the Democratic nomination for the US House of Representatives seat from Michigan's 13th congressional district.

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