Human rights attorney Brooke Goldstein blasted Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., Sunday for being part of "systemic anti-Semitism."

"There is an alarming rise of Jew hatred to the point where it has become systemic … I use the word systemic for a reason because Jew hatred is no longer on the fringes of society – it has become systemic. [It comes from] politicians like Ilhan Omar, who accuse Jewish Americans of having dual loyalty," the Lawfare Project director, Jewish civil rights legal arm, said on "Fox News Live." 

"This is coming from someone in the United States right now in a position of power," she added.

Goldstein, including some of Omar's Democratic colleagues, view the congresswoman's past statements on Israel to cross a line into anti-Semitism. Her critics say she leveled a "dual loyalty" charge against American Jews. According to the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance, whose working definition was adopted by the U.S. State Department, anti-Semitism includes, "Accusing Jewish citizens of being more loyal to Israel, or to the alleged priorities of Jews worldwide, than to the interests of their own nations."... Read More: FOX News