January 21, 2017

USA: Women’s March On Washington Partners With Hamas-linked CAIR. Head Of #WomensMarch Is A Palestinian Muslim Woman Who Hates Jews Who Support Israel And Wants Islamic Sharia Law.

Jihad Watch
written by Blain Tamarin
Wednesday January 11, 2017

On January 21, 2017, thousands of women are expected to take part in the Women’s March on Washington. According to the Women’s March website, the purpose of their march taking place right after President-elect Trump’s inauguration day is to advocate for “demonized” groups including LGBTQIA, Muslims, etc. The Women’s March has partnered with several Islamic groups, including Hamas-linked CAIR (CT), the Muslim Women’s Alliance, Arab American Association of New York, and the Women for Afghan Women. While the movement strives for intersectionality between various groups – ethnic, religious, or otherwise, these groups cannot coexist without first assessing that their values align.

What seems especially odd about the feminist-LGBTQIA-Islam conglomerate is that the Islamic movements are directly opposed to the aims of mainstream feminists. While mainstream feminists advocate for freedom of expression in clothing, CAIR maintains that Muslim women should wear “loose-fitting, non-revealing clothing, known as hijab, or khimar”. According to CAIR’s guide for educators, Muslim boys and girls may not take same-sex communal after-sport showers, and that Muslim students should not be forced to participate in coed swimming classes. CAIR also insists that Muslims may not want to shake hands with teachers and administrators of the opposite sex – but as a “sign of personal modesty”. How does CAIR know what each Muslim is thinking when he or she refuses to shake a person’s hand? It could very well be out of condescension towards women – which is prescribed in the Quran.

While the list of inconsistencies between feminists and Muslims can go on and on, the point of this post is to highlight the fact that the Women’s March’s cooperation with Islamic groups must be one-sided, as it is impossible that they both strive for equality between males and females. Feminist groups must learn about gender inequality in Islam before either immediately kowtowing to their demands out of liberal guilt, or before assuming that American-Muslim groups strive for Western values.
open your mind to this absurd argument this Women's March female activist just made in tweet above in response to Scott asking why pro-life group was excluded. She said, "because pro-life doesn't allow women the right to choose." Check it. The glaring obvious truth is that the Left and so-called pro-choice advocates ARE BANNING, ostracizing people who DO NOT agree with them period. So women in their mindframe CAN ONLY CHOOSE to be pro-abortion get it?! Women in their mindframe ARE NOT ALLOWED to choose to be pro-life. Check it. They are DENYING women the right to choose. Twisted garbage. The so-called anti-fascist activist are acting like FASCIST.

All the Marxist Islamist Left does is lie, lie, lie. That's the only way they are able to get support. SO, to set the record straight, Woman and Gays ARE NOT LOSING THEIR RIGHTS IN AMERICA! My gosh people! President Trump had a FEMALE campaign manager, the first FEMALE PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN MANAGER IN OUR US HISTORY. AND Trump has gays working in his administration. The most prominent gay person working for Trump is the CEO of Paypal. [emphasis mine]
Algemeiner News
written by Steven Emerson
Monday December 12, 2017
“If you want to come to the march you are coming with the understanding that you respect a woman’s right to choose,” Linda Sarsoura Palestinian-American Muslim racial justice and civil-rights activist, and a chairwoman of the #womensmarch event, told the Times.
Palestinian activist Linda Sarsour took to Twitter last month with a quick, venting post: “You know what I can’t stand? Bitter people. That’s all.”

Sarsour spoke at the annual American Muslims for Palestine (AMP) conference three days later. Evidently, she can’t stand herself.

Sarsour, who describes herself as a “racial justice and civil rights activist,” lashed out at Jews who extended a hand of friendship and solidarity to Muslims. And she lashed out at fellow Muslims who accepted the gesture and joined in a new interfaith dialogue.

Why the bitterness?

Because the Jews in question support the state of Israel — and Sarsour wants none of that.

“We have limits to the type of friendships that we’re looking for right now,” Sarsour told the AMP conference, “and I want to be friends with those whom I know have been steadfast, courageous, have been standing up and protecting their own communities, those who have taken the risk to stand up and say — we are with the Palestinian people, we unequivocally support BDS [the boycott of, divestment from and sanctions against Israel] when it comes to Palestinian human rights and have been attacked viciously by the very people who are telling you that they’re about to stand on the front line of the Muslim registry program. No thank you, sisters and brothers.”
This whole D.C. Women's March is based on LIES and was put together by a Palestinian Muslim woman who hates American values. This D.C. Women's March even invited CAIR, an Islamist group that has ties to Islamist terror groups around the world and Islam where women have NO RIGHTS, NO CHOICE. Women are literally OPPRESSED by Islamist family members.

Have you noticed that ALL anti-American vile groups that sprouted and caused mayhem, death and destruction since former President Obama took office 8 YEARS ago and continue today with Trump as our new president, were started by Islamist supported by Marxist, Communist in America?!? 1) Occupy Wall Street, 2) Black Lives Matter, 3) Cop Killers 4) D.C. Women's March?!?!

Money poured into these vile groups by Soros, OFA, MoveOn, CAIR, Saudi Arabia, Qatar!

and where the heck were these people, these celebrities the past 8 years not giving a damn about the U.S. Constitution when former President Obama was tearing it apart?!?! I mean seriously, I'm glad they now give a shit. But f*** man, they have been googly-eyed over Obama for 8 YEARS as if they had a spell placed over them. A veil placed over their eyes. A veil of deception to worship a man who was seeking to literally destroy America! and Obama was gladly giving United Nations AND Islam more power over OUR SOVEREIGN RIGHTS. [emphasis mine]
Her message fit right in at the AMP conference. AMP claims that its “sole purpose is to educate the American public and media about issues related to Palestine and its rich cultural and historical heritage.” But, in practice, the group has defended Hamas, and its leaders admit that they seek “to challenge the legitimacy of the state of Israel.”
Sarsour, a media darling honored by the Obama White House as a “Champion of Change” and a high-profile surrogate for Bernie Sanders‘ failed Democratic presidential nomination campaign, seems to strike a different tone in public appearances. Her biography says that she is “most known for her intersectional coalition work and building bridges across issues, racial, ethnic and faith communities.” That clearly wasn’t her intent at the AMP conference.

She acknowledges there’s a rift among Islamists about how hard a line to draw in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, yet in her speech, she was intent on pouring gasoline on the fire.

The “cracks in our community” are so wide, she said, that they’re visible to “right-wing Zionists, Islamophobes, white supremacists.”

“They know where we’re divided. They know that we’re segregated,” she said. “So they, we, could easily be targeted when we’re a fragmented community. But if we were a strong, united, steadfast community that stood up for each other first and foremost, you’d better believe that no opposition would ever be trying to take us down, because we’d be too big, too strong and too united.”

Some of her comments were likely directed at Anti-Defamation League chief Jonathan Greenblatt. If a Trump administration creates a registry for Muslims — an idea that does not seem to be on the table — Greenblatt recently pledged that “this proud Jew will register as Muslim.”

Sarsour not only rebuked the gesture, but cast Muslims who might respond more positively as sellouts of the Palestinian cause. Cooperation and solidarity gestures should only be reserved for those who share the depth of her hatred toward Israel, she said.

“I am tired of Muslims working towards acceptance and not respect of our communities. And I’m also tired of the Muslims willing to sell Palestine just for a little acceptance and nod from the white man and white power in these United States of America,” Sarsour said.

Despite this extreme stance, Sarsour is a rising star among American Islamist activists. She has been welcomed to the White House at least 10 times during President Obama’s tenure, most recently in July for a celebration of the Muslim Eid holiday. Last year, a glowing New York Times profile described her as “a Brooklyn Homegirl in a Hijab.”

“But the most apparent thing about her voice is that it is exceedingly Brooklyn,” the story said. “She says ‘swag’ instead of ‘charisma.’ (‘Mr. B. has swag …) She calls her father, a Palestinian immigrant in his 60s, ‘Pops.’ Like the actress Rosie Perez in a hijab, Ms. Sarsour has perfected her delivery of the head-swaying ‘Oh no you dih-int’ and pronounces the word ‘Latino’ like, well, a Latino.”

Sarsour has also said that “nothing is creepier than Zionism,” and all-but accused the CIA of faking an attempted terrorist attack.

Those statements didn’t make the Times profile. And they didn’t prompt the Obama administration to reconsider the wisdom of elevating Sarsour’s clout with repeated White House access.

In February, just a year after terrorists massacred the staff at the French magazine Charlie Hebdo, saying they “avenged the Prophet,” Sarsour told a Council on American-Islamic Affairs (CAIR) banquet in Chicago that she would not stand with the victims. The magazine was “a bigot and a racist” for publishing caricatures of Islam’s prophet Muhammad, she said. The images served to “vilify my faith, dehumanize my community [and] demoralize my prophet.”
READ THE PARAGRAPH ABOVE AGAIN PLEASE. Yes, the Women's March organizer is GLAD 12 innocent people were MURDERED by Islamist at the LEFT-LEANING very Liberal Charlie Hebdo satirical weekly newspaper in France. This is what ALL OF YOU celebrities and LGBT are supporting as well with her and her ilk. She's happy they were MURDERED because they offended her. There is NO FREE SPEECH, NO RIGHT TO CHOOSE IN ISLAM. #JeSuisCharlie [emphasis mine]
Building off Sarsour’s rejection of anyone who breaks bread with Zionists, former AMP New York President Raja Abdulhaq defined the BDS movement not as a tool to lead to peaceful negotiations, but as way to break Israel into total surrender.

“The rights are non-negotiable. And that’s the whole point of BDS, is that we demand, we want to apply pressure,” Abdulhaq said, “not sit down in a negotiated setting and figure out what you can give up so that I can give up something in return, because what you’re essentially doing is you’re asking the other side — give up your illegality, stop your illegality and I will give up my rights. What kind of negotiation is that? No, I demand my rights, and you stop your illegality. And that’s the whole basis of BDS.”

Among the non-negotiable “rights” Abdulhaq says AMP and the BDS movement insist upon is the so-called “right of return” for Palestinians. That would lead to a huge influx of Palestinians into Israel, swamping the country demographically and ending its existence as a Jewish homeland.

That’s just fine with conference speaker Lamis Deek, an attorney and board member for CAIR’s New York chapter. She repeatedly described Israelis as “serial killers” intent on ethnic cleansing.

“There is a serial killer in our home,” Deek said. “And what do you do when you are confronted with a serial killer, right? You protect yourself. You protect your family. You scream for help. And you expect that when you scream for help from a serial killer everybody is gonna come to your aid, they’re gonna come protect and defend you. Right? You don’t expect somebody to intervene on behalf of the serial killer … and say ‘the serial killer has some rights, let us tell you about the rights the serial killer has’ as he begins to kill you. Right?”

Like Sarsour, Deek expressed frustration at Muslims who accept other viewpoints.

“Nothing has set back the Palestinian movement in the U.S. more than demands by people who want to work and focus their efforts on [Washington] DC, by their demands that we tame our demands for Palestine,” she said.

Dawud Walid, CAIR’s Michigan director, echoed the message about Muslim groups who appear too accommodating. “If these organizations claim to represent the Muslim community,” he said, “then when we see them doing things that go outside of the mainstream of [our] community, we need to hold them accountable, and if they continue to step outside of the boundaries, then we should withdraw our support and make that very public.”

Walid has acknowledged that his employer, which works hard to project an image as a civil rights organization, really sees itself as “defenders of the Palestinian struggle.”

Deek, meanwhile, spoke of the harm done to the Palestinian cause by the US-brokered Oslo Accords. While that initiative may have given Palestinians autonomy, she said, it came at the cost of unity.

It’s not totally clear what she means. But, since 2006, the Fatah-led Palestinian Authority has governed the West Bank, while Hamas controls Gaza.

Oslo also made it more difficult to engage in terrorism — what Deek calls “armed resistance.”

“Now armed resistance, self-defense, has been the only direct challenge to Zionist colonial expansion. Nothing else is a direct challenge,” she told the AMP conference. “Everything else is an indirect challenge, right? Pressure — economic pressure, diplomatic pressure. So this national united Palestinian body was able — by supporting the resistance — was able to be part of directly impacting and influencing Zionist policy.”

Advocating more Palestinian violence is consistent for an AMP gathering. The organization’s message never mentions peaceful co-existence. An Investigative Project on Terrorism investigation found connections between at least five AMP officials and speakers and the defunct Hamas support network called the “Palestine Committee.”

During the 2014 war between Israel and Hamas, AMP’s then-National Campus Coordinator, Taher Herzallah, posted images of wounded Israelis, calling them “the most beautiful site (sic) in my eyes.” He defended indiscriminate Hamas rocket fire at Israeli civilian communities as “an audible cry for help” and “an act of resistance.”

Two clear messages emerged from the AMP conference. “Resistance” is better than renouncing violence and seeking peace. And all Muslims who might disagree, even if they see eye-to-eye on other issues, are no longer welcome.

These extreme stands came from speakers who enjoy prominent political profiles and high-level contacts.

Sarsour is right about one thing. There is a rift in her community. She and her AMP panelists are the ones widening it.

Steven Emerson is the Executive Director the Investigative Project on Terrorism (www.investigativeproject.org) where this article first appeared.

Lago Dagach writes, "While millions of women around the world are forced to wear the #hijab, an instrument of male oppression over women, people at the #WomensMarch try it on like a fashion accessory."

Exactly! wth?! The hijab is the sign of oppression for women in Islam. ๐Ÿ˜ฒ Muslim women do not have the right to choose NOT TO WEAR the hijab, head scarf. It's a total lie when they say they wear the hijab by choice. If a Muslim girl or woman were not to wear a hijab BY CHOICE, she will be killed by a male family member or a random Islamist who will do it for them for dishonoring her family. This is what all of you participating in the so-called Women's March are supporting. ๐Ÿ™„

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