US Representative Ilhan Omar is one of two recently-elected Muslim women in Congress [File: Jonathan Ernst/Reuters]

Washington, DC – US House Democrats have delayed a vote on a second resolution condemning anti-semitism as politicians squabble over its wording, according to US media.

The resolution, which was slated for a Wednesday vote, was initially drafted as an indirect rebuke of Ilhan Omar, one of first Muslim congresswomen in the United States.

But after pressure from some Democrats to include language addressing anti-Muslim attacks on the representative, House leaders are now looking at adding broader language that addresses bigotry in

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