Who is Fayez Tlaib?
Fayez Tlaib is somewhat unknown in the media and only passes as Rashida’s now ex-husband. He was born on July 1, 1976 in Beit Ur al-Fauqa, a Palestinian village in the governorate of Ramallah and al-Bireh in the northern West Bank. The two married in 1998 when Rashida was just 22 years old, and eventually divorced in 2015, but not before welcoming two sons, Adam and Yousif. Fayez has stayed out of public life and there is no information about him and where he is at the moment.
Rashida Tlaib Wiki- Age, Childhood and Education
Born Rashida Harbi on July 24, 1975 in Detroit, Michigan, USA, she is the eldest of 14 children of working-class parents.
Growing up, she took care of her younger siblings while her parents worked to provide for the family. She attended Southwestern High School, graduating in 1994. She then enrolled at Wayne State University, where she received a Bachelor of Arts degree in political science in 1998. Western Michigan University Cooley Law School.
Rashida’s political career began in 2004 when she did an internship with Steve Tobocman.
Three years later, Steve took over as Majority Floor Leader and Rashida joined his staff. The following year, she ran for his seat, as Tobocman was forced to relinquish his position due to term limits, and won the vote with more than 90% to her name.
Two years later, Rashida had to fight to get re-elected, as Jim Chazchorowski was her challenger. Nevertheless, Rashida had 85% of the vote, while she had an impressive 92% of the vote in the general election, when her opponent was Republican Darrin Daigle. Rashida continued to win the election as she was re-elected to the Michigan House in 2012.
Two years later, she had to decide what to do next in her career, as term limits prevented her from running for the chair again. She ran for the Michigan Senate, but she lost the election to Virgil Smith Jr.
Rashida served as a legislator from then on until she decided to run for the U.S. House of Representatives seat from Michigan’s 13th congressional district. She won the Democratic nomination in 2018 and was unopposed in the general election, becoming the first woman of Palestinian descent in Congress and the first Muslim woman to serve in the Michigan legislature.
Rise to fame
By taking the oath of office of Congress on January 3, 2019, Rashida rose to stardom and gained popularity among a number of Palestinian and Palestinian-American women.
She was against the Israeli oppression of the Palestinians forbidden to enter Israel, and strongly opposes the current president, Donald Trump and his administration. She has openly supported Trump’s impeachment efforts, which have only further increased her popularity.
In addition, Rashida has criticized Saudi Arabia’s human rights violations, including their actions in Yemen.
Rashida Tlaib Net Worth, Height, Weight and Appearance
Her political career has contributed a lot to her wealth. Her monthly salary is somewhere around $15,000 while her net worth is now estimated to be around $800,000, as of early 2020.
Rashida is 1.63 m (5 ft 4 in) tall while she weighs about 120 lbs ~ 55 kg. Rashida’s vital statistics are 34-28-34 and her bra size is 33B. She has dark brown eyes and black hair.
Rashida Tlaib Personal Life, Marriage, Divorce, Children
Rashida married when she was only 22 years old; she hasn’t talked much about her marriage and life with Fayez, even at the time of their divorce, and kept all things a secret until three years later.
According to reports, the two divorced in 2015 – some have reported that Rashida and Fayez are distant relatives as her ex-husband is related to her motherFatmeh Tlaib.
She has not entered the dating waters since the divorce and is now focusing on raising her sons Adam, who is 15 years old, and Yousif, who is nine years old.
Rashida Tlaib News, Facts, Influence
Since gaining a seat in the US House of Representatives, Rashida has been the subject of many tabloids and magazines, digging up everything they could find about her.
She recently appeared on the annual American Muslims for Palestine event held at the Crowne Plaza St. Louis Airport Hotel in Bridgeton, northwest of St. Louis.
Rashida has influenced many young Palestinian women to pursue their dreams, and this extends not only to politics but also to other professions. Together with Ilhan Omar, Ayanna Pressley and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, she formed the informal group The teamconsisting of women of color involved in American politics.
Now, more than 90 American Muslims run for office, and women are also involved.
Through her, she has reached younger generations Instagram page, on which she has about 350,000 followers. and the number is increasing daily.
Because of her formidable opposition to President Donald Trump, she was arrested in 2016 after disrupting a Trump speech in downtown Detroit. She yelled at him, “Our kids deserve better,” and told him to read the Constitution.