I agonized over what to write on my poster for the Women’s March this past Saturday.
Rabbis had a secret meeting with Linda Sarsour and Tamika Mallory about anti-Semitism - but they’re still split on whether to go to the Women’s March.
“It’s a national holiday, I’m doing no work today,” Sarsour said in a video she posted on Facebook. “You’re witnessing history today,” she added.
For Jewish and LGBTQ people, Women’s March Inc is like a bad boyfriend. First, they were everything we wanted. Then some bad habits kept creeping up.
The National Council of Jewish Women, Bend the Arc and Jews for Racial and Economic Justice have been advising the Women’s March about anti-Semitism.
Israeli Jews obviously have as much reason to worry about Palestinian terrorism and unrelenting Arab-Muslim enmity towards the Jewish state.
“We care about, everyone deserves to rest in peace, and no one should be afraid in a place of worship.”
From now on, our shul will keep its doors locked at all times. Even during davvening.
As Linda Sarsour attempts to deflect the calls for her to resign from the Women’s March, she bears a resemblance to Donald Trump.
Expecting the people who have been harmed by Israel to fight for it is unrealistic and deeply unfair.