Anti-semitic sharia advocate Linda Sarsour called on Muslims to fight President Trump, saying resisting him is a form of “jihad,” or holy war.
What was more outrageous than Sarsour’s violent rhetoric was the lame defense mounted by liberals, who insisted she didn’t mean “jihad” when she said “jihad.”
Sarsour — a known anti-Semite and Muslim supremacist — said Muslims everywhere should “stay outraged” every second of every day to take down Trump, whom she slandered as a white supremacist and Islamophobe:
When we stand up to those who oppress our communities, Allah accepts that from us as a form of jihad. As the Muslim community in these United States of America, we have to stay perpetually outraged. When I wake up in the morning and remember who is sitting in the White House, I am outraged.
Our No. 1 priority is to protect our community. It is not to assimilate and to please any other people in authority. Our top priority is to please Allah, and only Allah.
Sarsour made the incendiary remarks while speaking at the 54th annual Islamic Society of North America convention in Chicago.
At the beginning of her speech, Linda thanked imam Siraj Wahhaj — a co-conspirator in the 1993 World Trade Center bombings — whom she called her “mentor, motivator, and encourager.”
Sarsour then reiterated her declaration of war against President Trump: “I hope that when we stand up to those who oppress our communities, that Allah accepts from us that as a form of jihad.”
Sarsour urged all Muslims to continue to resist Trump, who got a hero’s welcome in Poland for saying he will stamp out radical Islamic terrorism and fight to preserve Western civilization.
Women’s rights activist Ayaan Hirsi Ali — a former Muslim — has trashed Linda Sarsour as a “fake feminist,” anti-Semite, and a proponent of Sharia law. Meanwhile, liberals like race-baiting CNN pundit Marc Lamont Hill rushed to Linda Sarsour’s defense, claiming everyone misunderstood what she meant by “jihad.”
The people disagreeing with @lsarsour clearly don't understand what Jihad means.
— Marc Lamont Hill (@marclamonthill) July 6, 2017
In response, physician Dr. Zuhdi Jasser — a Muslim reformist and Islamic scholar — smacked Hill down. Dr. Jasser said there’s only one true aim of jihad/war, which is to replace Western values with sharia law and the Quran.
Jasser then pointed out that Sarsour’s mentor, Siraj Wahhaj, advocates replacing the Constitution and U.S. laws with sharia law (see book excerpt below).
— M. Zuhdi Jasser (@DrZuhdiJasser) July 7, 2017
While most people have been focusing on Sarsour’s call for jihad, what’s equally troubling is her urging Muslims to resist assimilation.
The lack of assimilation is one of the major problems roiling Europe, where many Muslim refugees and immigrants refuse to assimilate into the Western European countries they moved to. Hence, Europe is now being called “Eurabia.”
The result has been a massive spike in rapes against European women and girls, a surge in female genital mutilation, acid attacks, and an unending wave of terrorist attacks.
It is not racist or Islamophobic to point out the obvious, which is that fundamentalist Islam and sharia law are completely incompatible with Western values.
Why don't liberals listen when we tell them we know exactly what Sarsour meant when she waged "jihad" against Trump?
She played herself. pic.twitter.com/fBd1jzyV1y
— Richard Armande Mills (RAM) (@RAMRANTS) July 9, 2017
— skizzle (@jf_skizzle) July 6, 2017
— Islamism Map (@IslamismMap) July 5, 2017
If your “religion” has slaughtered millions over centuries with no remorse and no reform, don’t blame this nation for noticing.
How a muslim pic.twitter.com/uGZ7bGhsrO
— La_Cooks 🇺🇸 (@La_Cooks) July 2, 2017
— Barb💋LockednLoaded⭐️⭐️⭐️ (@winegirl73) July 2, 2017
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