New Women’s March Board Member Hates Israel, Claims FBI Recruits For ISIS

The Federalist | 9/17/2019 | Erielle Davidson
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Yesterday, the Washington Post and New York Times reported that three inaugural board members of the left-wing advocacy group Women’s March resigned amidst accusations of “anti-Semitism, infighting, and financial mismanagement.” Co-Chairs Bob Bland, Tamika Mallory, and Linda Sarsour had been catapulted to national prominence for, among other things, heavy-handed critiques of President Trump. However, it seems the Women’s March may have replaced bigotry with bigotry in their new board member, Zahra Billoo.

Over the past few years, Mallory and Sarsour had come under fire for supporting bigoted Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan, whose infamy stems from a litany of antisemitic, anti-gay, and anti-white commentary. As women running an organization supposedly predicated upon bringing people from different groups together, Mallory and Sarsour could not have chosen a more divisive and hateful figure to elevate.

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Last year, Mallory attended a speech by Farrakhan, publicly heaping praise on the bigoted figure. This wasn’t the result of ignorance, for in that very speech, Farrakhan declared that “powerful Jews are my enemy” and that he had “pulled the cover off of the eyes of the Satanic Jew.” He also accused Jews of attempting to “feminize” black men through marijuana.

When confronted about her reverence for the Nation of Islam leader by “The View’s” co-hosts Meghan McCain and Sunny Hostin, Mallory stood by her support of Farrakhan, declaring, “I didn’t call him the greatest of all time because of his rhetoric. I called him the greatest of all time because of what he’s done in black communities.”

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Sarsour’s history represents a similar questionable patchwork. As Jonathan S. Tobin of National Review points out, Sarsour has a habit of using anti-Israel sentiment to cloak antisemitic behaviors. Not only is Sarsour a public supporter of the boycott, divestment, sanctions movement, but as Tobin asserts, “She isn’t coy about her objectives [in...
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