We Muslims need to fight anti-Semitism at home as much as we need Jews to fight Islamophobia.
Omar and Tlaib were not banned for who they are, they were banned for things they have done and might have done had they been allowed entry.
For years member of Trump’s White House Administration have made islamophobic remarks that helped fuel the New Zealand mosque massacre.
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She said: “I have an issue with Muslims and Arabs who want to kill us, who want to destroy Israel.”
Geller, an anti-Muslim activist, was banned from the United Kingdom in 2013 because she would “not be conducive to the public good.”
If Louis Farrakhan should be denounced for his anti-Semitism, shouldn’t the secretary of state nominee be questioned about his anti-Muslim bigotry?
Commandment #10: Thou shalt be vigilant, but avoid alarmism.
“There is no assurance that anyone can give me that he would not resume his quest to kill me and my relatives,” Geller said.
False or inflated charges of anti-Semitism, like those directed at Linda Sarsour, alienate allies, confuse our community and misdirect our energy.