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"Don't let her [Nomani] be one of the first ones in. Do you all hear me? Come stand here. Don't let her be one of the first ones in," Sarsour can be overheard in Arabic saying.
"You want a resolution? Condemn all forms of bigotry," Sarsour said concerning the proposed resolution. "All forms of bigotry are unacceptable."
Sarsour, a leader of the Women’s March movement, called herself “a proud Palestinian-American woman” and said that “there are no perfect leaders.”
Linda Sarsour had a lot to say about the Anti-Defamation League.
By DANIEL J. ROTH
Sarsour: So obviously I’m the biggest problem for the Jewish community, I’m the existential threat.
By YAIR ETTINGER
Linda Sarsour is a Palestinian-American activist known for her controversial statements about Israel and Zionism.
“This is not a matter of opinion. It’s all there in Sarsour’s own words — her Tweets and the things she has told the press and said on stage"
By DANIELLE ZIRI
NY Assemblyman Dov Hikind: "it's just nuts. It makes no sense. It's crazy to have this woman be the person who's going to speak to the students."
By JPOST.COM STAFF
American Jews’ long track record of involvement in civil rights campaigns, support for laws prohibiting discrimination against LGBT people and opposition to policies restricting immigration.
By ROBERT HORENSTEIN
Written by Huda al-Saleh and published on Sunday the article seeks to expose what it calls “details of calls to attack Trump by US ‘Muslim Sisters’ allied to the Brotherhood.”
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
The Democratic Party’s cave-in last week to Rep. Ilhan Omar was dastardly, not just cowardly. Bad enough that Democrats were intimidated by Omar and her Palestinian enabler Linda Sarsour.
By GIL TROY
Linda Sarsour and her comrades realized to their own surprise and astonishment, one does not have to restrict one’s love only to the dead Jews of the Holocaust: other dead Jews are as good.
By LEV STESIN
The struggle in the US that Israel faces is fighting against the trend that seeks to paint Israel as “white” against “brown and black people,” while downplaying antisemitism.
By SETH J. FRANTZMAN
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