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The Women's March has cut ties with three inaugural co-chairs after accusations of anti-Semitism rocked the far-left organization, while adding a new one who compared Israel to the Islamic State and another who questioned Israel's legitimacy.
Linda Sarsour, Tamika Mallory, and Bob Bland all stepped down from the Women's March board last month, following a year of turmoil for the protest group that formed in response to President Donald Trump's 2016 election victory, the Washington Post reported.
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Tablet reported last year Mallory and fellow Women's March leader Carmen Perez claimed at a November 2016 meeting that Jews were leaders of the American slave trade and bore special responsibility as exploiters of black people. Mallory and Bland denied such a conversation took place.
It further reported Mallory berated March leader Vanessa Wruble with anti-Semitic canards, such as suggesting Jews control the world's money, in a January 2017 debriefing following the inaugural march.
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Mallory also came under fire for her friendship with anti-Semitic Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan. She has referred to him as the "GOAT" or "Greatest of All Time" and attended an event where he spoke. Asked on The View if she condemned his numerous bigoted remarks, she said it wasn't her "language" but refused to explicitly condemn them. Bland, according to Tablet, joined Mallory and Perez in defending Farrakhan's anti-Semitic language in a...
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