Most of the time, left-wingers or liberals or progressives or SJWs (or whatever pronoun they wanna use these days) are all for Islam and blindly defend it till death do them part .. literally. But liberal elitist actress Mayim Bialik decided she was fed up hearing a pro-Sharia Law Muslim woman activist blabber her mouth.
This Linda Sarsour character is a total whack-job. She’s like a cartoon character. I mean she actually advocates for Sharia Law yet considers herself to be a hardcore feminist, and marches against President Trump?? Sarsour needs to GTFO with her bullsh*t. Tired of purely ignorant people such as her who actually attempt to defend their logical fallacies while pretending to have a purpose for their ‘activism’ .. You can’t tell me that she believes it’s possible to be a feminist & support women oppression in the context of Islam, at the same time. I mean, just by definition, it clashes. But she must be delusional. Total idiot. Someone send Sarsour this article so she knows what I think of her pathetic little self.
Mayim Bialik is a feminist that isn’t afraid to label a guy as a misogynist. She is a full-fledged abortion supporter and Planned Parenthood advocate (grotesque). And yep, she is another one of those Hollywood left-wing cult-members who bashes Trump till the sun goes down. But Mayim Bialik is an Orthodox Jew, and she was not pleased when she saw the Sharia Law advocate Linda Sarsour bashing Israel and saying that it’s impossible to be both a Zionist and feminist. So Mayim Bialik, despite the Islam-loving liberals all around her, wrote an article in response to Sarsour’s disrespectful rhetoric.
Mayim’s article starts out saying that Sarsour “startled many in feminist and Jewish circles, me being one of them. In these articles, Sarsour states that feminism and Zionism are incompatible” .. Mayim also wrote that Sarsour also stated that “There is no country in this world that is immune to violating human rights. You can’t be a feminist in the United States and stand up for the rights of the American woman and then say that you don’t want to stand up for the rights of Palestinian women in Palestine.”
Miayim then went on to explain what Zionism is in her own words, as an Orthodox Jew. The article said:
“Zionism is the belief in the right of the Jewish people to have an autonomous state in Israel. I am a Zionist. Feminism is the belief that a woman-driven movement can bring about race, class and gender equality and that women deserve all of the rights and privileges afforded to men. I am a feminist. There are Zionists who are critical of certain Israeli policies and those who are not; there are Zionists who are anti-occupation and there are Zionists who are pro-settlement; and there are Zionists who fall between these extremes. The definitions of Zionism and feminism are not in conflict with each other. At all.”
Mayim continued on in the article by saying that “Accusing Zionism of being incompatible with feminism is exceptionally short-sighted” and then basically said the rhetoric spewed by Sansour are the very essence of ‘bigotry’ .. Mayim then said that for Sarsour along with others “to place the blame for policies made by a few people on the entire entity of Zionism and all who are committed to the idea of a Jewish state is irresponsible. It’s disgusting, it’s insulting, and it’s wrong. It creates fragmentation in a movement that needs cohesion, needs to stand together for equality, domestically and internationally.”
She finished off by saying that she can’t believe that she, as a feminist Zionist, is “being asked to choose or even defend my religious, historical and cultural identity. The “left” needs to reexamine the microscope they use to look at Israel, and we all need to take a step back and remember we are stronger together: women, men, lovers of peace, and lovers of freedom and justice.”
She then posted this to Facebook, to follow-up on her original response to Linda Sarsour’s vitriolic remarks.
I obviously don’t align my political viewpoints with Mayim’s but I must say her article was very reasonable. It’s refreshing to see a Hollywood liberal not act so snobby and just be humane. I’m not sure if how she carries herself differs around white Christian men, since we seem to be the epitome of all things evil these days. But nevertheless, Mayim made some solid points and conveyed herself respectfully, even though my political viewpoints are diametrically-opposed to hers in many ways. One thing that really stands out to me vibrantly is Mayim’s final statement where she says “we all need to take a step back and remember we are stronger together: women, men, lovers of peace, and lovers of freedom and justice.”
Yes, I am a big time Trump supporter & I know Mayim hates Trump, and I’m sure Mayim thinks Hillary is a good person — but I know Hillary is a demonic warmongering witch who hates the USA. But despite me and Mayim having very different and contrasting opinions, I can at least agree with what she’s saying there in her final paragraph. Also about this dumb Sarsour Muslim chick .. It’s just amazing to me that this pro-Sharia Law Muslim Linda Sarsour is actually going to pompously say you can’t be a Zionist and feminist at the same time, yet she somehow thinks it’s fine to be pro-Sharia Law and a feminist at the same time. Total logical fallacy.
Read Mayim’s full article here.