The New Face of anti-Semitism: Woman’s March Founder Tamika Mallory suggests Israel’s Creation A Human Rights Crime

A friend of Senator Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) and one of the founders of the “Women’s March,” Tamika Mallory, just finished a trip through Israel and the Palestinian territories seemingly with the purpose of learning new ways to be anti-Semitic. And she didn’t disappoint. Speaking via video at an event hosted by the Center for Constitutional Rights and the Justice Delegation, Mallory, who is a fan of Louis Farrakhan, opined that the very creation of Israel was a human rights crime.  Both the U.S. State Department and Pope Francis have declared that denying that the Jews have the right to have their own state, e.g., by claiming that the existence of a State of Israel is a racist endeavor, is a form of anti-Semitism.

The Center for Constitutional Rights was the group that sponsored Mallory’s trip. They said in a statement on May 1st that the tour was designed to help participants “better understand the human rights situation in Israel and Palestine, including the history of systematic displacement and institutional racism, as well as the work of human rights defenders there.”

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And when Ms. Mallory came back to the U.S. and spoke to the Center she spewed out:

 “When you go to someone’s home and you need a place to stay, you ask ‘Can I come into your home and can I stay here, and can we peacefully coexist?’ You don’t walk into someone else’s home, needing a place. It’s clear you needed a place to go – cool, we got that! I hear that! But you don’t show up to somebody’s home, needing a place to stay, and decide that you’re going to throw them out and hurt the people who are on that land. And to kill, steal, and do whatever it is you’re gonna do to take that land! That to me is unfair. It’s a human rights crime.”

Obviously, Mallory doesn’t know much about history, because Jews have owned land in what is now called Israel since Abraham bought a burial cave in Hebron for his beloved wife Sarah almost 4,000 years ago. And there have been Jews living in the holy land since after the exodus from Egypt when Joshua Ben Nun won the battle of Jericho approximately 3,300 years ago.  When the modern state of Israel was born in 1948, the Palestinian Arabs weren’t thrown out, but told by the Arab League States to leave so they could massacre the Jews without the Palestinian Arabs getting in the way.

While in the Holy Land the Woman’s March founder received a briefing and tour from Grassroots Jerusalem, Mallory wrote on Twitter that she “learned a lot” from the tour.

Grassroots Jerusalem fits in well with Tamika and the other Jew-hating leaders of the Women’s March (such as Linda Sarsour).  The organization is a supporter of the anti-Semitic boycotts, divestment, and sanctions (BDS) movement. It promotes the Palestinian narrative of a “right of return,” which, if implemented, would effectually mean the elimination of Israel as the nation-state of the Jewish people; and it refers to the founding of the State of Israel as a “Nakba” (“catastrophe”).

The NY Post called Mallory one of the new faces of anti-Semitism:

But, they, too, are the new faces of anti-Semitism. Mallory is currently in Israel on a propaganda tour organized by a left-wing outfit. On Sunday, she blamed President Trump’s travel ban and border wall on the president following Israel’s “playbook.”

When Starbucks planned its afternoon of anti-bigotry training, it included the Anti-Defamation League as a contributor. But Tamika called for a boycott of Starbucks for including the very liberal ADL. She wanted Starbucks to include organizations such as Jewish Voice for Peace (JVP) which was named by the ADL as one of the ten most anti-Israel organizations in the country. The other groups recommended just as bigoted as JVP.

Tamika Mallory’s latest anti-Semitic speech should be a reminder to anyone who supports the Women’s March organization that it is led by Jew haters. Unless one agrees with their anti-Semitism, they should not associate with the Women’s March.

Cross-posted with The Lid


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