The Women’s March Is Abusing Their Power — By Pretending It Doesn’t Exist
When you go out of your way to make statements that trigger epigenetic trauma in an entire community, it’s wrong to lay the blame elsewhere.
"Sarsour's statement reinforces a tragic reality: The Women’s March has positioned itself in an oppositional relationship with the Jewish community," writes opinion editor
shoshanna k jaskoll
I often disagree with
to the point that on mutual agreement, we don't discuss certain things. I applaud her for writing this & tackling something difficult & raw. If
really cares about the Jewish community, she shld "sit with this"
"Is the ADL, which shares the values of the vast majority of American Jews, really more worthy of attack than Farrakhan?" asks
of the Women's March organizers.
The Reagan Battalion
Disagree with a lot in this piece, specifically on BDS, Israel, and the ADL, but
makes a lot of compelling points about Sarsour and the leadership of the Women’s march, and she is a great writer, so it’s well worth your time