Hamas-Linked Women's March Organizer Calls for 'Jihad' Against Trump
This past weekend, a Muslim activist who helped organize the "Women's March" this past January actually called for Muslims to engage in a "jihad" against President Donald Trump."
"I hope that we — when we stand up to those who oppress our communities — that Allah accepts from us that as a form of jihad," Linda Sarsour, executive director of the Arab American Association of New York, declared in a speech at the annual Islamic Society of North America convention over the weekend.
"We are struggling against tyrants and rulers not only abroad in the Middle East or on the other side of the world but here in these United States of America, where you have fascists and white supremacists and Islamophobes reigning in the White House," the activist added.
Sarsour argued that if Muslims did not wage a kind of jihad against Trump, they would be effectively siding with the "oppression" of every liberal group.
"If you sit back idly in the face of oppression, if you maintain the current status quo that not only oppresses Muslims but oppresses black people inside our community and outside our community, undocumented people, other minority groups and oppressed groups, then you — my dear sisters and brothers — are then identified with the oppressor," Sarsour declared.
"If you are neutral in the face of oppression in this country, you are not a patriot, you are aiding and abetting the oppressors in these United States of America."
Sarsour mentioned "jihad" more than once, and explained what she meant by the term. She quoted the prophet Mohammed's response to the question of "what is the best form of jihad or struggle," saying that "a word of truth in front of a tyrant ruler or leader, that is the best form of jihad."
This liberal activist was not calling for violent attacks on Trump, his administration, or Republicans in general. But if their policies constitute "oppression," and if no patriot can support those policies, and if a Muslim calls for jihad against the president, it stands to reason that violence is, to some degree, implied.
Mere weeks after the politically motivated shooting of Congressman Steve Scalise, who remains in the hospital today, this Muslim activist behind the Women's March called for jihad against the "oppressive," "tyrant," "fascist," and "white supremacist" Trump. Talk about turning politics into a religion and demonizing your opponents.
Sarsour has supported a political enshrinement of sharia (Islamic law), has ties to the terrorist organization Hamas ... and lectures Westerners about women's rights, after she tweeted that Brigitte Gabriel and Ayaan Hirsi Ali "don't deserve to be women" and should have their vaginas taken away. But if you sit idly back in the face of what she considers injustice, no peace be upon you.
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