Shariah Law Advocate – Commencement Speaker at Taxpayer-funded University

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Screenshot of Linda Sarsour

Shariah Law advocate and pro-Hamas Muslim Linda Sarsour is scheduled to be the Commencement Speaker for City University of New York graduation on June 1. Many are not happy about it, saying that her beliefs make her unfit to speak at a taxpayer-funded University.

So what ARE her beliefs?

She views Israel as bad.

She believes it’s ok for Palestinian kids to throw rocks at the IDF and cars.

She is an advocate for Shariah law, and thinks Shariah is just “misunderstood.” She has stated that we don’t need to “worry” about Shariah because Muslims are supposed to conform to the land they live in (at least for the short term).

Does all that sound like propaganda to you?


One NY state assemblyman, Dov Hikind, is incensed that she was chosen as a speaker. “She is someone who associates with radical Islamists. She is someone who has said, clearly, she thinks throwing rocks at cars in Israel is a good thing…I mean, it’s just nuts. It makes no sense. It’s crazy to have this woman be the person who’s going to speak to the students.”

Dr. Ayman A.E. El-Mohandes is the dean of CUNY’s School of Public Health. He stated that the program would go forward in spite of the opposition.

In this day and age of Conservative and pro-Israel voices being silenced at every turn, this woman speaking to US sons and daughters is a travesty.

As a sponsor of the Women’s March, she got naive women to even try on a hijab, hoping then they would not be “Islamophobic.”  Obama called her a “champion of change.” But she’s not about “change”- she’s about domination by Islam.

H/T Uncle Sam’s Misguided Children


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Faye Higbee

Faye Higbee is the columnist manager for Uncle Sam's Misguided Children. All of her posts on Conservative Firing Line are also posted on Uncle Sam's.

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