April 29, 2019 - Linda Sarsour recently visited Winnipeg and nearly 50 pro-Israel demonstrators showed up to protest her being given a platform in their community.
“By legitimizing anything she says, they legitimize everything she says, and she advocates for the death of my people,” one Israeli-Canadian demonstrator told The Rebel.
MISSION ACCOMPLISHED! The petition denouncing Linda Sarsour’s odious rhetoric delivered
October 17, 2018 - Message received! We recently dropped by the Canadian headquarters of the Islamic Council of North America to deliver a petition signed by thousands of Rebel viewers.
October 9, 2018 - Extremist Palestinian American, Linda Sarsour was invited to speak at an event in Toronto. The Rebel is pro-freedom of speech, but that doesn't mean we can't help expose who Linda Sarsour really is. So, we sent a Jumbotron truck to display a highlight of some of her most shocking statements.
October 9, 2018 - David Menzies interviews attendees of the Toronto event featuring Linda Sarsour. David asks attendees how they feel about implementing Sharia Law in Canada?
Perhaps the world’s most infamous pro-Sharia feminist – assuming that isn’t an oxymoron – Linda Sarsour is coming to Toronto, Canada.
Sarsour is an extremist, Palestinian-American who uses her pulpit to preach her disdain of western values and Israel and show her love of Sharia law.
Naturally, she takes full advantage of American liberties, first and foremost freedom of speech.
At the ISNA convention in September of 2018 in Houston, Sarsour, who has a long history of making anti-Israel remarks, called on people to stop “humanizing” Israelis. And she’s a big proponent of the anti-Israel BDS movement.
And there’s more. Sarsour once mocked Ayaan Hirsi Ali, a former Muslim and a victim of female genital mutilation. In a tweet, Sarsour said that:
Brigitte Gabriel equals Ayaan Hirsi Ali. She’s asking for an ass-whipping. I wish I could take their vaginas away – they don’t deserve to be women.
Maybe Sarsour has drunk the halal Kool-Aid when it comes to Sharia law, in which women are not considered equal to men. The alleged feminist actually calls the Sharia “reasonable”:
Shariah law is reasonable and once u read into the details it makes a lot of sense. People just know the basics.
@LaRebelleFleur shariah law is reasonable and once u read into the details it makes a lot of sense. People just know the basics— Linda Sarsour (@lsarsour) September 22, 2011
Sarsour has a soft spot in her heart for terrorism. She’s an active supporter of convicted (and now deported) terrorist Rasmea Odeh who carried out a lethal bombing attack under the banner of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine. Sarsour calls Odeh a “68-year-old who poses no threat.” Really? Try telling that to the families of her murder victims.
She’s even called on Muslims to wage a jihad against President Donald Trump. And even if she was playing around with the word "jihad" how much do you want to bet that some of her fellow extremists take it VERY seriously?
I want to do something about this. But at The Rebel we don’t support censorship or banning people – there’s already too much of that going on today.
So, here's my plan:
1. I've started a petition. Not to stop Sarsour, but to call on any politician who has worked with ICNA to renounce their support for this organization. Supporters of this extremist group should own their decisions and defend their actions, or admit they were wrong and disavow.
2. I want to expose Sarsour at the event. I want to rent a jumbotron truck and drive it around the event, projecting a video that lists all the crazy things Sarsour has said and done. That way everyone attending knows who Linda Sarsour really is.
That’s our plan, one that respects freedom of expression but shames ICNA while forcing attendees to come face-to-face with Sarsour’s hatred.
Please take a stand against hatred by signing our petition below and please donate to help pay for this important mission.
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Any politicians who have campaigned with or for ICNA must renounce their previous support.
The ICNA should own their anti-Semitism and radicalism — or disown it.