Via Pamela Geller: Notorious Islamic Jew-hater Linda Sarsour is one of organizers of Saturday’s Women’s March. Ironic, of course, we have never seen Sarsour stand against the gender apartheid, honor violence, or the oppression and subjugation under Islamic law. No, what Sarsour agitates and incites against is the Jewish state and its people.
Saturday brought more than half a million women to the streets of D.C. to protesting the inauguration of President Trump. One of the organizers behind Saturday’s half million person march was Linda Sarsour, an activist who has been seen recently at a Muslim convention in Chicago. Sarsour is currently the head of the Arab American Association of New York and was called a “Champion of Change,” by the Obama administration.
While at the Chicago convention, she posed for a picture with a Salah Sarsour. Mr. Sarsour is a member of Islamic Society of Milwaukee and has ties to Hamas as a former operative. He was also incarcerated in Israel in the 1990s because he was believed to be working with the terrorist group. Also on his resume, he has served as a bodyguard of sorts at the convention for Sumeyye Erdogan Bayraktar, the daughter of Turkey’s president, Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
While It’s still unknown if the two are related, Linda Sarsour has suggested on social media that they are not, despite sharing a surname. Mrs. Sarsour has, however, admitted to having cousins who are currently serving prison time in Israel for their work with Hamas. Sarsour has also denied having any actual contact with the terror group, citing that she could not have been appointed a “Champion of Change” if she had.
Sarsour has served as a delegate to the Democratic National Convention and was one of four leaders for the massive march that took place on Saturday, despite her close ties with American-Islamic Relations, a Muslim group which opposes abortions being performed after 20 weeks. This particular organization has also been named a co-conspirator in Holy Land Foundation (HLF) terrorism case.
One hates to judge a book by it’s cover, but this one seems to be full of objectionable content as well.
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