Ever since media figures exposed Palestinian-American activist Linda Sarsour for her history of defending Saudi Arabia, Hamas, and Sharia law, Women's March activists have came rushing to her defense.

Leftists started a #MarchWithLinda hashtag in solidarity with Sarsour, who once told pro-Israel activist Chloé Valdary that "she forgot where she came from" when the Valdary slammed Students for Justice in Palestine for their racist tactics.

Even the American Civil Liberties Union tweeted a message in support of Sarsour.

However, one of Sarsour's biggest defenders is CNN commentator and "Hands Up Don't Shoot" propagator Sally Kohn, who spent much of her time last night defending Sarsour, who has celebrated Palestinian-Arab terrorism that kills Jews.

Here are some examples of what Kohn wrote in Sarsour's defense:

In Kohn's view, it does not matter that Sarsour defended Saudi Arabia's misogyny, Sharia law, or Jew-hating genocidal terrorist groups. As long as Sarsour peddles the same "progressive" causes that she believes in, Kohn will see a hypocrite as a "hero" and as an inspiration to women across the world.

There is a word for Jews and Christians who submit to the will of Sharia law and radical Islamist supremacy. The word is "Dhimmi," which refers to set of restrictions that Muslims imposed on Jews and Christians, including bearing arms, running for political office, and being forced to pay a tax in order to establish their submission to Islam. Suffice it to say, Sally Kohn played right into that description.

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