A panel on is raising some eyebrows as it includes figures like ., who repeatedly have been accused of bigotry.

The event, titled "Dismantling Anti-Semitism, Winning Justice," also features professor Marc Lamont Hill and writer Peter Beinart, both of whom have been critical of the Israeli government. Beinart previously called for abandoning a two-state solution and for a Jewish home that is not Jewish state in a New York Times while Lamont Hill was from CNN over comments he made on Palestine.

Tlaib was criticized by House Republicans after describing the "calm feeling" she experienced when thinking about the Holocaust. However, the congresswoman said her critics were policing and her words and defended the . 

House Minority Whip Steve Scalise, R-La.,  those comments last May, calling on  to "take swift action and make it clear that these vile comments have no place in Congress."

On Friday, the panel was mocked on Twitter, with conservatives suggesting its composition was absurd.

"Were and unavailable?" the Daily Wire's Harry Khachatrian asked on Twitter. Another user : "This is like having Chris Brown, Mike Tyson, and Tommy Lee have a panel discussion on dismantling domestic violence."

Last year, Tlaib requested a humanitarian visit to her grandmother after the Israeli government rejected her and  request to enter the Jewish state. Citing the two's itinerary, Israel claimed that their visit was intended to promote boycotts against the nation.

The congresswoman later requested the humanitarian visit through a letter that contained a promise not to promote boycotts. But the Michigan Democrat reversed course after Israel accepted her request, claiming she would have to go under "oppressive conditions."