On Sunday, at a “social justice” rally in New York, leftist icon and Women's March co-organizer Linda Sarsour, whose anti-Semitism has been documented before, targeted Jews yet again, likening Jews who support Israel to white supremacists and racists.
As The Washington Free Beacon reports, some Zionist activists participated in the march across the Brooklyn Bridge.
Sarsour chanted, “We will not be intimidated by right-wing-Zionists, by white supremacists, by racists.” She told a cheering crowd, "It is not my job as a Palestinian Muslim to educate Jewish people that Palestinians deserve to be treated with dignity and respect. That is the job of Jewish people.”
Sarsour snapped, "If your approach is to shove your issue down our throats and center you then this not the movement for you. If your approach is to tell me there you have conditions to your participation, we don't want you in the movement."
Sarah Friedson, a veteran pro-Israel advocate, told the Beacon that Sarsour was "the biggest hypocrite of them all. … She wants to preach about ‘shoving issues,' but meanwhile, the second she gets up on that stage she starts about Palestinians and Zionists. She can think it's related all she wants, but it's not. She believes Zionism is racism against Palestinians, but that's utterly ridiculous."
Misha Vilenchuk — chairman of the budding American Union of Jewish Students, slammed Sarsour, saying, "We will not cede the social justice space to people who misrepresent Jewish students.”
Meanwhile, Sarsour boasted, "I am willing to die for black people, for indigenous people. I am willing to die for Muslim people, I am willing to die for the most marginalized people in this country. I am not afraid. The question is, are you ready to do that?"