Palestinian-American-Muslim Linda Sarsour, best known as a civil rights activist and national co-chairperson of the Women’s March, has emerged with some interesting claims about the Prophet Mohammad.
Sarsour, co-founder of MPower, “a grassroots movement of Muslim Americans working to build social, spiritual, racial, and economic justice for all people” said in a recent appearance at the infamous Dar Al-Hijrah mosque, home of Anwar al-Awlaki and numerous other terrorists, “We are in a critical moment in this country, and the question is, will you define Islam, or will you allow the racist, bigot, Islamophobes to define Islam?”
She continued by saying, “The truth, which is that our beloved prophet Mohammad was a human rights activist, he was a racial justice activist, he was an environmental justice activist … He also cared about the animals. He was an animal rights activist. He was a feminist in his own right–uplifted the women in his community.”
Sarsour, who has spoken out in strong support of sharia law, stated that the Prophet Mohammad “was the first victim of Islamophobia. You think you got it bad now–you think, oh, poor Muslims in America. Let’s take it back to when our beloved prophet was called a magician, a sorcerer, when people threw garbage at him.”
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