On Saturday, hundreds of thousand of women protested President Donald Trump just hours after he was officially sworn into office because...they didn't vote for him and love abortion, or something. The protests spilled over into other Western nations, too, like Germany, where non-Muslim feminists wore hijabs and shouted "Allah Akbar."

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As noted by Robert Spencer, the feminist chanting "Allah Akbar," or "Allah is greater," is non-Muslim, as she says "Allah" and not "Allahu," as a Muslim person would.

Feminists in the crowd are clearly moved by the chant, one women zoomed in on is visibly crying. Other women, just as American women did in Washington, sported hijabs, or religious head coverings, allegedly in "solidarity" with Muslim women.

Muslim women in many countries in the Middle East are mandated to wear hijabs and are harshly punished for not complying. In fact, Muslim women in America, such as Asra Q. Nomani and Hala Arafa, have begged Western women to stop wearing the head covering as sign of "resistance" or "solidarity."

"In the name of 'interfaith,' these well-intentioned Americans are getting duped by the agenda of Muslims who argue that a woman’s honor lies in her 'chastity' and unwittingly pushing a platform to put a hijab on every woman," the duo wrote in The Washington Post. "Please do this instead: Do not wear a headscarf in 'solidarity' with the ideology that most silences us, equating our bodies with 'honor.' Stand with us instead with moral courage against the ideology of Islamism that demands we cover our hair."

Their request was clearly ignored by Western feminists on Saturday.

Countless feminists at the Women's Marches across American got a little more creative in their costumes, dressing as vaginas and uteruses. They also sported signs about their "pussy" and shouted about the "human right" of abortion and the need for government-funded birth control, all united under a mutual hatred for President Trump.

One of the Women's March organizers was controversial Shariah Law advocate Linda Sarsour.

By all accounts, there were no anti-Trump feminists at the marches who rebuked radical Islam or the oppression often perpetuated on women and girls by radical Islamists. But they did wear "pussyhats."