| September 16, 2019 06: 05 PM
The new customers of the Women’s March management earlier defended the inaugural board associates of the liberal corporation amid allegations of anti-Semitism.
Linda Sarsour, Bob Bland, and Tamika Mallory stepped down from the Women’s March in July, but the group’s website was not updated till this 7 days. While new board member Zahra Billoo has a historical past of anti-Zionist tweets, many others in the new management have proven assistance for Sarsour and Mallory.
Samia Assed, a Palestinian American activist who serves on the board of the Albuquerque Heart for Peace and Justice, has posted photographs with Sarsour and retweeted a video with the with the caption, “Israel = even worse than the devil aspect two.” Assed’s Twitter account is now personal.
Mrinalini Chakraborty, executive director of Men4Choice and who started Women’s March Illinois, tweeted at American Airlines, “you messed with the mistaken sister. [Tamika DMallory] has an army driving her” and showed her assist for Sarsour when she was arrested for disrupting the Kavanaugh confirmation hearings.
Sarsour and Mallory have been accused of anti-Semitism simply because of their ties to Nation of Islam chief Louis Farrakhan, who has a lengthy history of anti-Semitic reviews.
The Women’s March did not return the Washington Examiner‘s ask for for comment in time for publication.